Monday, April 25, 2011

Uncontested divorce


If both spouses agree that marriage is to finish and arrive at a mutually satisfactory agreement regarding the settlement of final divorce, you have an uncontested divorce.

In an uncontested divorce, the couple is able to reach agreement on issues such as the Division of property, child support, spousal support and any other financial problems.

In an uncontested divorce there is no need for lawyers or hearings. In situations where there are children involved or the Division of marital property is wise to seek the advice of a divorce lawyer before signing any final legal documents.

Also, if there is the issue of child support a child support order must be signed by a judge. This will probably require both parties to be present during the hearings to determine the amount of child support agreement meets guidelines, child custody and support of States. And if not whether individuals have reached an agreement on just and equitable in the eyes of the Court.

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