What to Consider During a Divorce?

Wednesday, September 15th, 2021, 9:01 am

Every couple faces challenges during their marriage. In certain circumstances, these challenges can make it extremely difficult for people to hold on their status of being happily married. You must know that there is nothing wrong with filing for divorce if you have carefully evaluated all the other options.

Cooperative Divorce Vs. Collaborative Divorce:

Most divorce cases are decided in courts, however, there are also some other ways through which couples can seek divorce. Going to court and dealing with legal procedures can be full of a hassle for couples. Therefore, couples can also consider the option of collaborative divorce.

In a collaborative divorce, as opposed to a cooperative divorce, a team of trained professionals manages the legal procedures without you having to visit the court. This team may consist of a financial expert, a lawyer, and a therapist. As the lawyer looks into all legal formalities for you, the therapist will try to bring you two on the same page in important decisions such as distribution of property, parenting, and support.

Contested And Uncontested Divorce:

You should contact a legal expert to follow all the legal requirements involved in filing a divorce.  When it comes to uncontested and contested divorces, we can assist you in making the right decision.

●        Uncontested Cases:

Suppose a couple settles an agreement on how to address financial, property, and parenting concerns. The divorce will be uncontested if neither spouse files any paperwork with the court. Therefore, the divorce is seen as uncontested and is likely to end here. Uncontested cases can usually be handled via mail and a brief meeting with a judge.

●        Contested Cases

If a couple disagrees on specific issues, their divorce will be disputed. Therefore, the parties must consult with a court to address their differences. Mediation, negotiation, or other techniques may be used to resolve a contested case.

Why Trust Us?

Suffering through emotional breakdowns can make you highly vulnerable. Therefore, without proper consultancy, you might end up making a decision that could drag you into severe problems in the long run.

We, as a team, are committed to crafting a strategy that will help you have a brighter future. Seeking professional help would alleviate the stress and assist you in overcoming the obstacles restraining your decision.

Contact Michael F. Kanzer & Associates today and book an appointment.

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