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Uncontested Divorce

In an uncontested divorce, both spouses agree to the terms of the divorce and thus avoid the need to go to trial. Of course, before they file their divorce paperwork, they may indeed have arguments or disputes, but ultimately they resolve them. Uncontested divorces are known by other names, including no-fault divorce, do-it-yourself divorce, and no-contest divorce. Those terms refer to different aspects of the same thing, namely that there is no need for a formal trial to resolve differences, and that the grounds for dissolution of the marriage agreed to by the spouses.

Our specialty is preparing the paperwork required to file for an uncontested divorce. If you and your spouse have worked out mutual terms for your divorce, we can save you thousands of dollars over the cost of hiring lawyers and going to trial. An uncontested divorce—largely because agreement has been reached—also usually means there is less ill feeling between the ex-spouses, and thus they are able to resume their lives more quickly.

No Fault Divorce

A no-fault divorce refers to the grounds for an uncontested divorce —namely, it is not necessary to prove that one partner was guilty of marital misconduct. The grounds for no fault divorce are essentially the same as for uncontested divorce: separation, irreconcilable differences, and irretrievable breakdown.

In an uncontested divorce, the spouses agree to the terms of the divorce, including the fact there is no blame assessed. Thus all contested divorces are effectively no-fault. All 50 states have some provision for no fault divorce, even though it may be referred to by different names.

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