Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce
A contested divorce can be very expensive due to the required court appearances and the legal actions that will take place. It can also cost to have the right expert witnesses in place. Thus, there are cases wherein there is no other course of action than to see a judge and find a way to compromise. Sometimes, one person refused to compromise and a judge must determine what will be the outcome to make it fair. Even in the most challenging of cases, the judge will attempt to find a way to compromise.
Filing Uncontested Or Contested?
If you’re seeking an attorney to handle your divorce, you’ll want to know that we’ve had a lot of experience in this and have had great outcomes in court. When there’s no hope to resolve a case, we have some highly skilled methods that we can use to craft and present the case to court that will give it a more favorable outcome. Regardless, you’re invited to call our firm and go over your specific case. Each case presents its own unique situations and we’ve had experience in all of them. Our skilled attorneys are able to help you so that you don’t have to sacrifice your assets and so that you can move forward with your new life.
Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce: finding the best possible solution for you
We understand that a divorce is a difficult time in your life and that the persons involved are way different in how they think and want things resolved. We know that there are disagreements regarding child custody issues, who gets the house or cars and who will pay spousal and child support. The judges are going to make a decision based on the way the case is presented and our skilled attorneys are going to present your case in the best possible light. If you’re worried about the outcome, give us a call and let us help you through this difficult time in your life.