Understanding Uncontested Divorce
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In some divorces, both parties involved are willing and able to agree to the terms of the divorce without argument. This is referred to as an uncontested or "no-court" divorce.
There are some advantages to an uncontested divorce. When both spouses involved are able to come to a mutual agreement regarding issues such as child custody, child support, division of property and allocation of debt, there is much less paperwork and litigation involved. This can impact the overall amount of time and money spent on the divorce. An uncontested divorce can also cause much less stress for everyone involved, including children.