Uncontested Divorce in Los Angeles
Divorce does not have to be an expensive, arduous process.
In an uncontested divorce, the couple agrees to end their marriage and works together to settle all terms of the dissolution of their union. Uncontested divorce is often a viable solution for spouses who are on relatively amicable terms and can agree upon the many issues that will need to be addressed in order to legally end their marriage.
Uncontested divorce proceedings does not go to trial, but it is still very important to involve a Los Angeles divorce attorney. Although you and your spouse may be in agreement, you must make sure you address all of the necessary issues and that you have a legal professional to advise you of your rights and options.
Benefits of Uncontested Divorce
There are many different benefits involved in choosing to complete an uncontested divorce rather than a contested divorce in court. It is typically a much cheaper route and is also easier on both spouses and any children involved from an emotional standpoint, often allowing spouses to preserve a friendly relationship that makes ongoing custody and support arrangements easier to comply with.
In addition to these benefits, spouses who reach their own agreements regarding child custody,
property division and
spousal support are often able to work out arrangements that better suit their unique needs. Whereas a judge would make a ruling based upon the law on the matter, spouses in an uncontested divorce can reach their own arrangement that fits their unique needs, whatever these may be.
Claery & Green, LLP can help!
Even if you and your spouse both want to end your marriage, it is very important to understand that divorce is a legal action that can have legal ramifications. By working with Claery & Green, LLP you can trust that your rights will be protected and that all aspects of your divorce will be handled according to the law.
Our founding attorney, Lance Claery is dedicated to helping clients obtain the best possible outcomes in their divorce proceedings. If you would like to learn more about uncontested divorce in California,
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