Contrary to popular belief, many divorces happen because two people simply outgrew each other. There’s no ill will, no issues with sharing assets and nothing too difficult regarding children. These types of divorces are uncontested because neither party objects, well, nothing.
These cut-and-dry divorces are part of The Ault Firm’s flat-rate divorce service. Because numerous documents and one court appearance are required to file uncontested divorces, our Draper uncontested divorce attorney is ready to help both parties end their union so the next chapter in life may begin.
Quicker divorces tend to relief children and other family members from exhaustive court hearings and arguments over who gets what, when and why. Our goal is simply helping individuals transition their agreed upon stipulations onto paper, file the petition with courts and allow the healing to begin.
Does My Case Qualify as ‘Uncontested’?
Like the term suggests, no part of either party’s assets, children or personal property is disputed. Everyone agrees that ‘he gets this, she gets that’. In some cases, uncontested divorces happen when one simply walks away from everything, although not common for people to up and leave when children are involved.
The Ault Firm will look over specifics regarding your case. If one sentence of your initial agreement isn’t to your liking, it becomes contested unless the other party decides to quickly amend whatever condition isn’t right. These divorces must be 100% uncontested for the court to accept your petition based on both parties agreeing to every stipulation written.
Regardless if property and other assets have been split amicably, other issues must be ironed out, such as child care, support, possibly alimony payments, any joint debts and parenting time. To keep everything uncontested, we can work together with other party’s attorney to structure agreements everyone is comfortable with.
Do-it-yourself divorce kits and being fed ambiguous information regarding uncontested divorces may only lead to more expense and problems, the reason we suggest consulting with an experienced Draper uncontested divorce attorney. Procedural errors and other issues may stall filings, or get them rejected altogether.
The Ault Firm will always be upfront and honest regarding how the process works, costs associated with filing uncontested divorce petitions and what time frame to expect final dissolution paperwork. Generally speaking, a minimum of 90 days usually passes before judges are inclined to issue final orders.
Divorces Can Be Difficult For Everyone
Most relationship participants don’t pray one day marriage will turn into something tragic. Divorce is emotionally and financially tolling on everyone, not to mention depressing for children to witness. The best thing for everyone involved is having divorces, if they must happen, be uncontested.
With a Draper uncontested divorce attorney willing to guide you through the process, we encourage potential clients to call us before attempting to file proceedings on their own. The last thing we want divorcees to experience is unneeded hardship or difficulty because we’re sure you’ve had your fill of stress already.
Contact The Ault Firm to begin your flat-fee uncontested divorce petition.