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An ‘uncontested Divorce’, also called an ‘amicable Divorce’, is one in which the parties are cooperative and they may or may not have issues. Issues are items that need to be resolved such as child custody & child support, division of property, division of debt and spousal support. There may be other issues as well.
If there are issues that need to be resolved, a Marital Settlement Agreement or Stipulation would be needed in order to avoid a court appearance.
If there are no issues in the Divorce and the parties are cooperative, an Agreement may not be necessary. The Attorney would advise.
Legal Action Workshop offers an affordable way to complete an ‘uncontested’ or ‘amicable’ Divorce. Typically, in consultation, the Attorney will determine what is reasonable in the specific circumstance with regard to all issues, and then allow the client to discuss and negotiate an agreement on issues with the other party.
Once the parties come to an agreement, a Marital Settlement Agreement or Stipulation is prepared if needed.
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