Divorce Attorney in Denver
The media and movies like to portray
divorces as heated, angry
contests where each spouse vies for more than their fair share of the marital property
and parental rights. This is certainly a reality for many spouses going
through a divorce but so many others experience little resistance or challenges.
When you and your spouse both agree on all of the most important aspects
of your marriage and how they should be handled during your divorce, this
is known as an uncontested divorce.
Do you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse agree on the following matters? If
so, your divorce is uncontested:
At The Moodie Law Firm, our compassionate and knowledgeable team of family
law attorneys in Denver are ready to help you and your spouse sort out
your divorce as smoothly and as quickly as possible.
Contact us today to learn more about your legal options and what you should be doing next.
Benefits of an Uncontested Divorce
With just a quick review, it is obvious that an uncontested divorce will
be far less stressful for you and your spouse. Arguments are avoided,
tempers are extinguished before they flare up, and you both will generally
feel more satisfied when the process is finalized. There are also benefits
as well that many people do not anticipate.
Consider these additional benefits of uncontested divorce:
Time: If a contested divorce means you need to keep coming back to the courtroom
or conference room to resolve issues, an uncontested divorce means you
escape all of those delays entirely.
Money: When you see a judge in divorce court, someone needs to pay their salary.
Courtroom expenses can get costly in a contested divorce as you revisit
the court again and again. Uncontested divorces will let you keep those
expenses comparatively low.
Children: Parents can understandably get caught up in the details and troubles of
a divorce, forgetting that their children are just as affected by it.
When a divorce is peaceful and uncontested, children feel more comfortable
and content at the end.
Call (303) 578-3940 for Honest Legal Support and Representation
Once you discover that you and your spouse seem to agree on every significant
facet of our divorce, you may feel inclined to press forward and continue
with the uncontested divorce. While this sounds great in concept, it can
actually cause you to overlook important issues that need your attention.
You should not feel like you need to put your best interests aside to
ensure that your divorce remains uncontested. If there is an agreement
that you feel needs to be changed for you to be happy, you have to be
willing to stand up for your rights and speak your voice.
Our Denver divorce attorney at The Moodie Law Firm is here to help you
when it comes time to end your marriage. Whether your divorce is truly
going to be uncontested or requires further review, we want to be the
ones help you find a more comfortable future for you, your ex, and your
family. Start off by filling out an
online consultation form and we will be sure to get in touch with you as soon as we can.