Uncontested Divorce vs. Contested Divorce
A contested divorce is akin to a good war.
You hate your future Ex and he/she hates you as well.
You can’t agree on your divorce matters, and it all ends up in court, asking a judge to make those decisions for you.
By the way, the second name for CONTESTED DIVORCE is ORDINARY DIVORCE.
No matter how much you disagree with each other, you’re going to battle in court with an army of lawyers.
It would be much easier for you to agree on most things.
Believe me, a bad corn promise is better than a good lawsuit.
If you are even slightly concerned, you can try mediation before getting the divorce papers.
An uncontested divorce means – you have a good chance that your life could be easier and you can save a lot of money and health and a good relationship with your future Ex. I’m telling you, it’s not the last thing, especially if you have children.
Oh, thank goodness for that.
So, you agree with all matters (property division, custody, and support);
You are confident that you have complete information about your family’s assets and debts, and this information is quite simple;
You are comfortable with your child care and support and parenting arrangements.
So you think the regulations are fair and reasonable?
Okay, you, guys, finally settled on all of your divorce-related issues. And you’re trying to figure out a way to formally terminate your marriage.
So, how to fill out uncontested divorce papers?
Each State has specific legal requirements that spouses must be able to proceed with an uncounted divorce.
You may need to get a consultation with a divorce attorney on specific requirements.
Or try to find a piece of information online.
Online Divorce Services
An increasing number of websites seek to provide legal forms for divorce and help in filling them out.
For a little fraction of what most lawyers charge even for a first consultation, these sites offer to help you prepare the paperwork and represent yourself in your divorce.
But please, pay attention.
As much as a remedy they can help you with a headache, but can’t replace a doctor when it comes to serious health concerns.
These online services can be helpful for easy divorce processes. Most of them could promise you too much and do nothing, some of them are scams and can sell you false divorce papers.
My best recommendation for those who have a great reward and 20+ years of experience.
They also have all the specific information regarding the local law of each state.
No need to worry.
If you get divorced in Texas, California or Ohio, or even New York, all will be OK.