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There are two types of divorce – contested and uncontested. A divorce is contested when one party does not agree to the divorce or when they cannot agree to the terms of their divorce settlement. On the other hand, when spouses agree to get a divorce and do not dispute the terms of their settlement, it is known as an uncontested divorce. At Blanchard & Thomas, PLLC, our family law team can guide you through either process, but it is always rewarding when people can remember the love they once had for each other and place respect and selflessness as a priority above revenge. The attorney’s at Blanchard & Thomas, PLLC are skilled at keeping divorces civil and facilitating agreements rather than ramping up arguments and divisiveness. Let us help you play “the game” the right way.
One of the greatest benefits of an uncontested divorce is the speed with which the process may be finalized. As a result, spouses incur fewer legal fees, which can be a major relief during this difficult time. Moreover, if you and your spouse are on the same page, this will eliminate conflict. Keep in mind that the information given during divorce litigation proceedings will become a matter of public record, which means anyone can access these details. An uncontested divorce allows you to forego a public drama in the courtroom for your friends, enemies, and children to read about for years to come.
An uncontested divorce requires parties to be transparent and fair. If you have particularly complicated financial assets, cannot agree on child or spousal support, or have a difficult child custody situation, an uncontested divorce may not be right for your particular case. More complex issues, such as hidden assets, often require tracing and significantly more time to investigate to ensure assets are divided properly.
If your situation is amicable, and you and your spouse are in agreement, call us today. An uncontested divorce may be the best choice for you, and you could save thousands!
If you and your spouse agree to get a divorce and are on the same page regarding key issues like child custody, child support, property and asset division, you should consider working towards an uncontested divorce. At Blanchard & Thomas, PLLC, our experienced family law team can provide the experience and knowledge you need to navigate the process. Divorce is rarely an easy decision to make, but you can rely on our Texas divorce lawyers to make the process go as smoothly as possible.
Reach out to our law office today at (866) 219-6119 to set up a consultation with a knowledgeable member of our legal team to discuss the details of your case and learn more about whether an uncontested divorce is right for you.