Uncontested Divorce Lawyer
Going through a divorce is never easy. Most people cannot just painlessly cut ties to those they not only loved but have built their life around. This is not an outcome one plans for when setting out on their married life. The very word "divorce" is often looked upon with a certain degree of superstition, as if one speaks about it, it might cause it to actually happen. If you are going through a divorce, whatever the circumstances might be, there can be no doubt that this is a very trying period of your life.
However, not all divorces have to be the same. Getting divorced is a universally undesirable outcome and most divorces are expensive, time-consuming, frustrating, and often heart-wrenching. To avoid all the conflict, wasted resources, and uncertainty that can arise when couples try to negotiate the terms of a divorce, it’s preferable, whenever possible, to seek an uncontested divorce. The least of all evils in the case of a divorce, an uncontested divorce can be carried out when couples achieve a mutual agreement on issues of property, debts, retirement benefits, child support, spousal support/alimony, and child custody, and any other issue incidental to the divorce. If you can settle any potential disputes through negotiation, rather than in court, it not only leaves both parties in a situation they can live with but also gives the both of you a better shot at an amicable and civilized relationship moving forward. The uncontested divorce lawyers at Velter Yurovsky Zoftis Sokolson, LLC are not only knowledgeable when it comes to the Divorce Law, but also skilled to conduct all the negotiation necessary to secure the best possible outcome for everybody involved.
In most cases, an uncontested divorce will proceed on a basis of mutual consent. In this process, one of the parties will first file a complaint in divorce. After this, 90 day waiting period must pass before any further action on the divorce can be taken, in order to ensure that the decision of divorce is not made too quickly, without fully considering the consequences. Subsequently, a number of other documents must be read, understood, and signed by both parties. In most cases, these documents will work out all issues of property, custody, and financial support, before the divorce can take effect. Finally, the judge will sign the divorce decree, officially ending the marriage.
Lawyer For Uncontested Divorce
Keep in mind that while an uncontested divorce is relatively favorable in the majority of circumstances, it’s still important to protect your rights and interests. Where a fair and equitable agreement cannot be reached, it’s crucial that your lawyer is prepared to fight on your behalf, while at the same time avoiding unnecessary conflict wherever possible. This is a delicate balance, in which the emotional turmoil of the situation only compounds the potential for things to go awry. That’s why for an uncontested divorce, you need an experienced lawyer to help you maintain it. At Velter Yurovsky Zoftis Sokolson, LLC, we will put our over 75 years of combined experience to work for you in order to get you the best possible outcome in a universally bad situation. Call us at (215) 969-3004 or contact us by Email to schedule a free consultation with one of our uncontested divorce attorneys today.
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