Is an Uncontested Divorce Right for Me?
An uncontested divorce can be accomplished at a much lower financial and emotional cost than a contested divorce.
When a couple has no assets or children, it may be possible for them to obtain an uncontested divorce. If a couple has assets or children, but agree about all issues, an uncontested divorce may still be possible. Angela Scarlato & Associates, P.C. has extensive experience in both uncontested and contested divorces. We can evaluate your situation, and if an uncontested divorce is right for you, we can prepare all documents, file them, and obtain a divorce for you — all for a reasonable fee. A court appearance is not even necessary.
Protecting Your Rights and Interests
At Angela Scarlato & Associates, P.C., we have spoken with many people who are in broad agreement with their spouses about the terms of the divorce, only to find on further investigation that there are significant disagreements. In this situation, what can start out to be an amicable divorce can turn into a contested divorce. We can discuss these matters with you, and determine whether there are significant disagreements over property division or child custody or visitation matters that would prevent you from achieving an uncontested divorce.
Our firm has a strong ethical commitment to protecting our clients’ rights and interests at all times. If an uncontested divorce is not right for you, we will make that very clear. In that situation, we can represent you while your spouse is represented by another lawyer. Through negotiation with the other lawyer, in most cases we can narrow the differences and achieve a settlement that is acceptable and reflects the practical realities of your situation.
Whatever your situation, your future is important to us. Angela Scarlato & Associates, P.C. will work to guide you through the process and place you in a position that enables you to move forward in your life with confidence and peace of mind.