Reasons to Consider Uncontested Divorce
Posted on Oct 20, 2011 1:50pm PDT
When it comes to the matter of
uncontested divorce is the ideal situation. An uncontested divorce can occur when both spouses
agree that divorce is in their best interest and would like to get through
the process as quickly and painlessly as possible. An uncontested divorce
is not about getting as much as you can out of your former spouse or punishing
them for actions during your marriage. It's about ending your marriage
as efficiently and affordably as you can.
If one spouse or the other cannot agree that divorce is the right option,
an uncontested divorce cannot occur. In this case you'll need to either
seek marriage counseling or request a
contested divorce. This process can be a lot messier and more expensive, but it may be what
you have to do in order to move on with your life.
If you and your spouse can agree on an uncontested divorce, you'll
be looking at a shorter legal process, and it should cost you less money
overall. These are just a few reasons why an uncontested divorce might
be your best option if you and your spouse have decided to call it quits.
To learn more about this type of divorce,contact a
Jacksonville divorce attorney from our firm. Our family lawyers will take the time to explain the different
types of divorces to you and inform you of your options.