When facing a divorce, it is important to determine whether you and your ex-spouse are pursuing a contested or uncontested divorce. Uncontested divorces occur when both parties agree to part ways and can come to an agreement on splitting assets, child custody, and all other factors before the case is filed. A contested divorce will involve a disagreement of some kind and will require the court to make a judgment. Whether you divorce is contested or uncontested, our San Diego divorce lawyers at the Edmunds Law Firm can help guide you through the process.
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Depending on where you and your spouse land on these issues, your divorce may be contested or uncontested.
While you and your current spouse might be able to agree on many aspects of your divorce, there will likely be certain areas where you simply cannot agree. If any disagreement arises, it is likely in your best interested to pursue a contested divorce. If there is a sizable amount of property, assets, or debts, it can be best to have the court oversee a decision rather than subjecting yourself to an agreement which places you in financial hardship. Lastly, if domestic violence has been a part of your marriage, an uncontested divorce can be dangerous, opening the door for manipulation or further abuse. In any of these situations, you should discuss your case with a seasoned divorce lawyer in San Diego.
No matter the nature of your divorce, it can be important to have effective and experienced legal representation. We have helped our clients reach favorable agreements regarding child custody, child support, and spousal support. In fact, we have received a Client Distinction Award in recognition of our excellence.
Experience is the difference. Contact the Edmunds Law Firm at (855) 625-9553.