Legal Advice for Uncontested Divorce — 79 results
An uncontested divorce is one in which spouses agree on relevant issues such as division of property, child custody/support, and alimony.
Written by attorney Jane B. Freidson, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Make Sure You and Your Partner Are in Full Agreement about Everything, Including Grounds for Divorce Both you and your partner will have to sign the divorce papers, so if you have no... more
Written by attorney Luis Midence, over 3 years ago.
In Harris County, an uncontested divorce is one in which both parties agree to all the terms of the separation (assets distribution, child custody, etc.) and, therefore, no issues arebe... more
Written by attorney William Francis, over 4 years ago.
A divorce or family case is uncontested only if both parties agree to everything. If the parties don't agree to everything,it's as if they've agreed on nothing.
If either party raises... more
Written by attorney David Lee, over 3 years ago.
To put it very simply, there are two types of Divorce.(1) Uncontested Divorce, in which you and your spouse agree as to the distribution of all marital property including retirement... more
Written by attorney Oscar Blasingame, 13 days ago.
This guide provides information filing a simplified or uncontested Florida Divorce. Divorce in Florida (in general) Florida has been a no-fault divorce state since 1971. As a result the... more
Written by attorney Alake Colwell, 17 days ago.
If you are unable to afford an attorney you can file your own uncontested divorce and handle your case as a pro se litigant. I would still urge you to have an attorney draft or at least... more
Written by attorney Jacqueline Porter, 2 months ago.
An uncontested divorce is one where both parties agree upon the terms of the settlement. Terms that need to be agreed upon included division of assets and debts, spousal maintenance, child... more
Written by attorney Tina Tran, about 1 year ago.
We can thank California for the "no-fault" divorce, a term that makes "irreconcilable differences" grounds for a legitimate, court-recognized separation. Your marital status will not be... more
Written by attorney Donald Lins, over 1 year ago.
An uncontested divorce in Florida is one where the spouses are able to reach an agreement on ALL of the issues discussed above, usually prior to filing the divorce proceedings. If even one... more
Written by attorney Philip Yabut, over 1 year ago.
Going through a divorce is an emotionally draining, potentially expensive process. This guide will summarize the steps you need to take to make it as painless as possible. Because same-sex... more
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