Starting An Uncontested Divorce
A divorce is challenging under any circumstance, but what many think will be the hardest part can sometimes be the easiest. When both people admit that a marriage is over and it is time to divorce, the rest of the road looks a lot less difficult. This is how an uncontested divorce starts.
However, even when both people make the responsible, reasonable admission that a relationship is over, there is still some important work. The dedicated attorneys of Hawthorne & Vesper, PLLC put all their effort into moving forward, resolving issues and keeping your divorce from becoming bitter.
What Is An Uncontested Divorce?
“Let’s just agree to disagree” is a common phrase that people use to defuse an argument. However, in an uncontested divorce, this is no longer an option. To qualify for this streamlined process, both sides must come to an agreement on every divorce issues, including:
- Who will stay in the house? Who will move out?
- What will happen during the holidays?
- Where will the children live?
- Who will pay child support?
- Who deserves spousal support?
Our firm does everything possible to stop any one of these questions and all the others from being the one point that turns a simple negotiation into a fight.
It is not a simple process. It can be emotionally draining, but our firm will be with you to provide the guidance and experience to resolve these questions.
Compassion You Deserve. Toughness You Demand.
A straightforward path, such as an uncontested divorce, is not necessarily an easy one. With us behind you and with you through this, you will have the best possible chance to achieve your priority, whether that is child custody, minimal support payments or a highly favorable property division.