If you and your soon-to-be-former spouse are in complete agreement about every single detail regarding your parting of the ways, you may qualify for an uncontested divorce. That might sound like a fairytale, but it happens more often than you’d think. And when it does, the path to an amicable split can be easier not only on the nerves, but also on the wallet. Most uncontested divorces can be processed without your ever needing to set foot into a courtroom.
Why You Need Representation
The internet has made it easy to get many things. It’s also made it easy to think you’re saving money when you’re not. Managing your divorce online might seem like the cheapest option, but unless you speak lawyer or know the sort of routine hurdles that are likely to come up, you could wind up spending thousands for a not-so-quick-and-painless divorce. Having an advocate who knows, understands, and can help navigate you through the legal system may end up being a more affordable divorce to keep your uncontested divorce quick and cost-effective.
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