In case you and your spouse agree that your marriage doesn’t work, and you both understand that it’s better to separate, an uncontested divorce may be the best solution for you. First of all, because it can save your time and money. To file for an uncontested divorce you should find compromises on the most important issues such as child custody, spousal support, and property division.
Divorce is a huge milestone in life that is emotionally charged and often can cause you to lose your composure. Once all the dust has settled from your divorce it is time to take small steps each day to take your life back into your own hands. It is time to forge a new path and create new habits that allow you to live your life to the fullest.Read More
As divorce specialists, we hear a lot of similar questions that many clients ask when initially starting the divorce process. We have created a list of the top 8 common divorce questions we hear on a daily basis that will clarify some of the steps and aspects of the divorce process. Most of the cases we handle are uncontested meaning both parties are in agreement to get the divorce.Read More