Basics of Uncontested Divorce
Over 90% of divorces in America are considered to be “uncontested,’ meaning that the divorcing parties can agree on various aspects of their divorce. Uncontested divorces establish the terms for the post-divorce settlement away from the courtroom. If you and your spouse are able to come to an agreement regarding various divorce terms, such arrangements can prevent a great deal of legal mediation and emotional headache.
If you and your spouse are thinking about filing for divorce and can agree on divorce terms, an uncontested divorce may be the best option for you. Contact the experienced San Diego divorce attorneys of Fischer & Van Thiel, LLP today by calling 858-935-6211 to discuss your divorce options with one of our representatives.
Aspects of Divorce Negotiations
There are several factors that need to be considered in the event of a divorce. Some of the subjects that a divorce settlement addresses may include:
- Post-divorce spousal support/alimony
- Child support payments
- Child visitation agreements
- Division of assets and debts
It’s important to have a plan for all of these aspects of a divorce, to prevent any disagreement or confusion after a divorce is finalized. Fortunately, if you and your spouse can agree on terms, your divorce may be finalized in a timely manner.
If you or someone you know is thinking of filing for divorce, contact the experienced San Marcos uncontested divorce lawyers of Fischer & Van Thiel, LLP today at (760) 757-6854 to discuss how we can help you finalize your divorce.