Going through a divorce can be one of the most stressful times in a person’s life. The choice to seek divorce can be a difficult decision, especially when children are involved. We represent clients in both contested and uncontested divorce. At Anthoor Law Group, our attorneys listen to you and answer all of your questions. We then evaluate your situation and advise you of all your options under the law.
Our goal is to help you make decisions that protect your legal rights, and that are in the best interests of your family and your children. Ending a marriage is never something we take lightly. We strive to get to know you as an individual, so we can custom tailor an experience you can look back on without regret. Change is inevitable, but the stress and anxiety you feel about those changes does not have to be. Our team works hard everyday to help people going through family law matters cope with stress, uncertainty, fear, and the financial issues that come with the territory.
Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce
There are two kinds of divorces - contested and uncontested.
· A contested divorce is one in which the parties cannot agree, either about getting divorced or about the terms of the divorce, such as the division of assets, allocation of debts, alimony, child support, or the custody of children.
· In an uncontested divorce, the spouses agree on everything and do not need the court to divide assets or make determinations about spousal or child support or custody. In general, an uncontested divorce will proceed through the system more quickly, be much less complicated, and less of a financial burden.
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