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The Beauty Of Uncontested Divorce

Author : Stephanie Patcher


Divorce is an unsettling time for spouses and family. It represents quite a change, as the spouses will be on their own again most likely for the first time in years. No longer will your partner be there for moral or financial support. Those who are miserable in their marriage may view this however as a positive, as they can get their independence back. Also, some people may feel as if they have been alone for quite some time because their marriage was broken. But it's a much different ballgame when you come home to an empty house. Being alone is a thought that can be upsetting.

But if you have determined that divorce is indeed in your best interest, then the first step is to decide if you will hire a lawyer or go the do-it-yourself route. An uncontested divorce is the easiest route to go, as contested cases can be costly, time consuming, and straining for all parties involved.

Why Uncontested?

Only when both sides agree on all the issues can an uncontested divorce be filed. Both want a divorce, and want it to end on the best terms possible. They realize that their differences are too much to overcome, and prefer not to battle it out in court over property division, child custody, and money. Uncontested divorces don't take very much time to get done, and are far less expensive. Filing uncontested divorce papers is a quick and easy approach to the process.

If you would like an uncontested divorce but your spouse seems to be resistant, then try to sell the idea as much as possible to him or her. Tell them that this is the best way to go for both sides. It's fast, inexpensive, and far easier for everyone involved to deal with emotionally. If they still resist, then you may have no choice but to hire a lawyer and go to court.

The Alternative

Most divorces do end up being uncontested, and going the contested route should only occur only if nothing can be worked out. However, there are scenarios where neither side is willing to back down from what they want. For example, child custody could be a big sticking point, as both could desperately want their children. In these cases, there maybe no other choice but to settle it in court. The problem with contested divorces however is that no one truly wins. It can take a year or longer to settle, and the whole process just wears on everyone.


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