Tuesday, March 11, 2008

"Contested" and "Uncontested" Divorce

A case is contested if the parties cannot agree and every one of the issues involved in their particular situation. Common areas of disagreement include, but are not limited to, the following: grounds, custody, visitation, division of assets, child support, maintenance (alimony), payment of family debts, contribution toward educational expenses (college or parochial), payment of health insurance for the dependent spouse, income tax structuring, etc...

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1 comment:

jordhy said...

Uncontested divorce is the best way to get a marriage separation. As a lawyer I recommend that everybody seeks this solution in advance, because as the article fails to point, this is the cheapest form of divorce.


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