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You and your spouse may be able to work out the important issues of your divorce without the help of the court. When this occurs, the divorce is called an uncontested divorce. It is the fastest and least painful way to file for divorce. uncontested divorce in wyoming move much faster through the court system and so are less expensive. They also are private. The agreement you and your spouse reach and file with the court in an uncontested divorce are public record. However the disclosures and negotiations between you and your spouse as you proceed through your uncontested divorce do not need to be made public. At TheLegalDivorce.com, we can provide you with the necessary forms to meet your state’s specific requirements for an uncontested divorce.

Even if your spouse refuses to sign the papers, you still have uncontested divorce wyoming as long as neither party demands a trial. No divorce is of course truly "uncontested.” In any divorce there will be disagreements but they do not have to be resolved in court. Mediation is a good idea for many uncontested divorces if you and your spouse cannot work things out on your own. This will save you time and reduce the hostility and resentment that normally occurs when during a lengthy litigation and trial process.

If you are considering separating from your spouse and hope to have an wyoming uncontested divorce, these are some things to consider: has my spouse lied to me about a serious issue, will we be able to stay on good terms for the sake of our children, and do I blame him or her for the dissolution of our marriage? If both parties can remain civil throughout the proceedings, there is a strong chance that an uncontested divorce in wyoming is right for you. Once you make this decision you can obtain in wyoming uncontested divorce forms from an online divorce form provider. Occasionally, in uncontested divorces when spouses need help agreeing on a specific issue, they seek out the assistance of a mediator, a professional who is trained in conflict resolution and is a neutral third party who can look at each spouse’s point of view and help them reach their own agreements about key issues. Going to a mediator can provide both spouses with information material that can help them make decisions regarding child and spousal support, financial issues, and other matters. While mediators charge fees, however, so this route can be expensive. Working out differences on your own without a lawyer is preferable than going through a drawn-out trial and litigation process.

A key issue involves child custody. When a no contest divorce in wyoming involves minor children, the case will most likely be referred to an office of the court. This office will conduct interviews and recommend who will receive custody, the custody arrangements and child support payments. If either you or your spouse objects to the ruling, you will want to consult an attorney. If no objections are filed by either side and you both continue to represent yourself, the case will typically proceed to court. Finally consider alimony or pension plans. If either one of you is asking for alimony or a portion of your spouse’s pension plan, you also will want to hire an attorney or mediator. Issues surrounding alimony and pensions often are contested. If the issues are not resolved until the actual trial, the judge assigned to the case may make the decision.

 
 
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