Uncontested and Contested
Divorce can be so emotional and overwhelming that many individuals are unable to focus on the legal implications of the process. It is important that you have a working knowledge of the legal issues involved in the process of divorce so that you can make informed choices.
The longer legal issues take to resolve, the higher the emotional and financial cost of the divorce. At TWLAW™ our goal is to provide you with clear, powerful solutions to resolve your divorce effectively. Our experience attorneys will work to protect your legal interests.
- Spousal Support
- Property Division
- Child Custody
- Child Support
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UNCONTESTED vs. CONTESTED DIVORCE
Uncontested Divorce– When the couple agree on each issue of their divorce, such as custody and property division, the divorce is uncontested. This provides spouses with a lower-cost divorce since each issue has been resolved before going to trial. The less time spent in court, the faster and smoother the dissolution of marriage and no litigation means less cost. Our attorneys are skilled negotiators and can craft solutions that provide a cost-effective result.
Contested Divorce – Unfortunately, contested divorces are the more common form of because sometimes spouses are unable to come to an agreement on the issues related to dissolving their marriage. This results in the spouses having to resolve their issues regarding property division and/or parental rights through a trial.
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