Quiz: Is an Uncontested Divorce Right for You?
1) You and your spouse agree that a divorce is the best option for your relationship.
2) You and your spouse agree to terms of payment for court filing and fees.
3) You and your spouse agree on a date for filing the initial divorce petition.
4) You are able to communicate openly with your spouse.
5) You agree on how to divide your assets and finances.
6) You agree to how to divide your property, including real estate and personal property.
7) You agree on how to divide your debts.
8) You agree on terms for spousal support/alimony.
9) You agree on the amount or duration of child support.
10) You agree on child custody and how you will share parenting time and responsibilities.
Is an Uncontested Divorce Right for You?
You Are Likely to Proceed Uncontested!
It appears you and your spouse have agreed on a majority of items you will have to divide. With open communication, it is likely you can save time and money with an uncontested divorce process. Contact our office today to learn more.
It appears you and your spouse still have some items to discuss. This does not mean you will not qualify for an uncontested divorce, just that you need to spend more time discussing a division of your property, assets, debts, etc. Contact our office today for assistance in negotiating a division of these items with your spouse.
You Are Likely to Proceed Contested!
It appears you and your spouse are not in agreement on a few topics and will likely proceed with a contested divorce. You can still work with your spouse to reach a settlement on dividing your property, assets, debts, etc. Contact our office today to learn more about the contested divorce process.
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