The Benefits Of An Uncontested Divorce
Litigating a divorce or another family law matter has its drawbacks. Because of the costs, time and animosity that are often associated with traditional methods of divorce, more and more couples are turning toward uncontested divorce.
Uncontested divorce typically allows the parties to end their marriage more efficiently, collaboratively and cost-effectively. However, it is only recommended in situations where both parties can agree on all of the issues involved, including child custody (conservatorship), property division and spousal maintenance.
When Does Uncontested Divorce Make Sense?
Uncontested divorce can be an ideal option for couples who agree on how a marital estate is to be divided. If you are considering uncontested divorce methods, get in touch with our firm to see how we can use our experience to work for you.
We at the law office of Mary K. Quinn have assisted numerous clients with ending their marriages through uncontested divorce. Aided by our full staff, we will help you form an agreement that will be accepted by the court so that you can move on with your lives.
Our lawyer and team have worked extensively with clients who believe they can make decisions outside of what a court or judge is going to allow; certain judges have particular proclivities. We will use our comprehensive family law knowledge to work to obtain the result that obtains you maximum control over the outcome. When necessary, we will do whatever we can to work through the system to help you and your loved ones reach a best possible outcome.