In matters of divorce, the legal process can be long and difficult. Even if both spouses agree that the divorce is necessary, there is still much legal work involved and lots of decisions to make between the two of you. Fortunately, uncontested divorce may be an option. Here’s how you can prepare for it and the legal processes involved.
- Understand the process: Uncontested divorce can go much more quickly and smoothly in comparison to contested divorce. However, it’s important to note that it still requires all the legal aspects and paperwork of any divorce.
- Find common ground: The most important part of an uncontested divorce is that you and your spouse agree on all the major decisions and issues like child support, spousal support, property distribution, etc. If you’d like to go with this less confrontational and more streamlined option, it is important that you and your spouse are able to find common ground on these issues beforehand.
- Recognize that your divorce process may fluctuate: Even if your divorce process begins uncontested with you and your spouse agreeing on all the major decisions, there may be times when disagreements arise. If you and your spouse encounter such disagreements, we at the law office of Robert G. Spaugh, Attorney at Law are here to help you through it to ensure the smoothest process possible.
We understand that divorce, whether uncontested or contested, is an emotionally trying time for both parties. We are here to help ease the process. If you are interested in learning more about uncontested divorce, just give us a call.