When You And Your Spouse Agree On Divorce-Related Matters
N o matter how amicable the circumstances of your divorce happen to be, there is still a degree of stress and anxiety surrounding the process. While many divorces involve a significant amount of stress, there are other ways for those who can set differences aside and reach mutually beneficial agreements.
In our more than 40 years of experience handling divorce cases and other matters of family law, we at Tuzinski & Zick, L.L.C. have seen the good side and the bad of marital disputes. That is why we routinely encourage clients to consider the possibility of an uncontested divorce.
You Don’t Have To Give Up To Gain During An Uncontested Divorce
Many people incorrectly assume that they will be asked to capitulate, or give in during an uncontested divorce, handing over everything to their former spouse to avoid a drawn out and expensive legal confrontation. However, an uncontested divorce is actually an opportunity to cooperate and reach mutually beneficial agreements where both parties come away satisfied. Furthermore, uncontested divorces are relatively simple to complete and tend to render the entire process quicker and less expensive.
You and your spouse may have plenty to gain by considering an uncontested divorce, including:
- Saving money: Almost always easier than a litigated divorce, an uncontested matter can avoid many of the emotional and legal roadblocks that delay proceedings and cause legal fees to climb. Numerous factors play into the cost and amount of time required to complete your divorce.
- Less stressful: Working with our attorneys is one of the best methods for avoiding the stress that accompanies divorce proceedings. With our experience guiding your every move, we will direct you toward solutions that work for you.
- Keeping it simple: Our lawyers know how to avoid complications. Having handled numerous divorces, we can spot areas of contention and resolve them before they become a problem. We also prepare all your documentation, ensure it is completed properly and promptly.