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Contested/Uncontested Divorce

Divorce Lawyers Handling Uncontested and Contested Marriage Dissolutions

Advantages of Uncontested Divorce Proceedings

Often, married couples who are on the brink of divorce believe that they are in agreement on key issues of asset division, spousal support, child custody and child support. Clients of Miller, Quinlan & Auter, P.S., Inc., who are seeking uncontested divorces may express an intention to complete their marital dissolutions as expediently and cost-effectively as possible. Contact our law offices to schedule a consultation regarding your anticipated uncontested divorce.

Uncontested may Become Contested

Do not be surprised, however, if the divorce turns out to be a bit more complicated than you imagined. You may not have realized, for example, that you may be entitled to a percentage of your spouse's retirement account -- or your spouse may be entitled to a percentage of yours.

  • Complex asset divorces may present unanticipated complications with respect to business valuation, for example.
  • Child support calculations may not be as straightforward as you expected.
  • Debt division may be tricky to negotiate and allocate.
  • Child custody agreements and parenting plans may change as children react to the absence of one parent in their daily routines.

Collaborative Law May Provide Expedient Dispute Resolution in Divorce

Miller, Quinlan & Auter, P.S., Inc., attorneys are prepared to help you make a smooth transition from an uncontested to a contested divorce if you realize that there are more issues in dispute than you originally thought. Collaborative law may offer the solution you seek if you want to keep bitter fighting out of the picture but need help resolving contested aspects of your divorce.

We are Aggressive Litigators on the Ready

On the other hand, litigationmay become necessaryfor a variety of reasons.. We are well prepared to be aggressive in pursuit of a divorce decree that is fair to you in every aspect.

Learn how our lawyers' experience can work in your favor as you explore the possibility of an uncontested divorce or are preparing to stand up to your spouse by way of traditional divorce litigation. Call or e-mail the law firm to schedule a consultation.

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