30 Sep How do I Know if My Divorce Case is Contested or Uncontested?
While the term “divorce” might automatically conjure up images of fighting spouses and courtrooms, not all divorces require litigation. In fact, if you and your spouse agree on most of all of the legal matters related to your divorce, you may be a great candidate for an uncontested divorce.
An uncontested divorce is one in which both separating spouses agree on all of the legal aspects of the dissolution of their marriage. These divorces are much more straightforward than contested cases and can be completed in a surprisingly short amount of time. Couples who are able to negotiate the terms of an uncontested divorce with the aid of an experienced divorce attorney are saved the time, cost, and stress of litigating a contested divorce. In general, you and your spouse may qualify for an uncontested divorce if you agree on all matters related to
On the other hand, if you and your spouse are unable to agree on all of the legal aspects of your case, then you’ll need to go through a contested divorce. Even if you only disagree on one or two points, West New York divorce attorney Jeffrey M. Bloom can represent your best interests and ensure that you are protected throughout the process.
Whether you and your spouse agree on all aspects of your divorce or hold strong differences of opinion, an experienced divorce attorney can help you decide whether an uncontested divorce is right for you. Please contact the Law Offices of Jeffrey M. Bloom today to schedule a consultation. Mr. Bloom serves clients in West New York.