What is Uncontested Divorce?
Divorce, by its very nature, oftentimes can be an adversarial process. However, many Washington couples who have chosen to terminate their marriage understand that there are many advantages to ending their relationship on good terms. When two parties amicably agree to separate, this is known as an uncontested divorce.
During an uncontested divorce, you, and your spouse work together, in order to consider your family’s best interests and are able to agree on all of the main issues that need to be resolved. These decisions primarily include:
- Child Custody and Visitation Rights
- Child Support
- Division of Marital Property
- Division of Debts and Assets
Uncontested Divorce Alternatives
When considering divorce, many will view the process as fighting inside a courtroom or worse; streamed live on YouTube. Divorce does not have to be an all-out war. Outside of having an uncontested divorce, a growing number of divorces can also be handled using processes such as collaborative law or mediation. You can also choose to have a temporary separation to think about what is best for you and your family.
Uncontested Divorce Lawyer
However, choosing to have an uncontested divorce is ideal when both parties are able to cooperate from the beginning, which is essential for creating a successful co-parenting relationship. An uncontested divorce is also one of the quickest and most cost-effective ways to dissolve your marriage. By making these important decisions together with the help of a trusted uncontested divorce attorney, having a non-confrontational, uncontested divorce can save substantial amounts of time and money.
Here at Bliss Law Group, we understand that every couple and situation is unique. That’s why our compassionate team of professionals are here to help you every step of the way through your uncontested divorce. Regardless of whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, it is important to work with a Washington uncontested divorce lawyer who is experienced, qualified, and cares about you as a person. At Bliss Law Group, we will provide you with the legal guidance you need to make the right decisions for you and your family’s future. To determine what route may be best for you and your situation, call us today at 253-525-5823.