The Benefits of Uncontested Divorce
By Adam Peer - Owner of The Law Office of Adam Peer, LLC
Going through a divorce can be incredibly difficult. The process can be extremely stressful, frustrating, and painful. One of the best ways to mitigate the ill effects of a divorce is to take the uncontested route. Uncontested divorce occurs where the parties, between each other and most of the time with the assistance of their divorce attorneys, come to a resolution on all material issues without going through the often protracted process of contested litigation. Uncontested divorce helps couples in a number of ways.
Uncontested Divorce Avoids the “Nasty Scene”
Going through a divorce can bring a fair amount of unwanted attention. Contested divorce litigation can alienate you from your friends, from your own and your spouse’s family, destroy your privacy and disrupt your life and your peace of mind. The confidentiality usually observed within a relationship often fades away and private details can suddenly become public knowledge.
Uncontested Divorce Can Save Both Parties Time and Money
Contested divorce cases can last for more than a year, result in numerous hearings and hours in the Courtroom and strategizing with your divorce attorney. This process can cost thousands of dollars. An uncontested divorce can cut through much of this time and cost and assist you in moving on with your life in a less traumatic and less expensive way. Legal costs will be much less in an uncontested divorce than through a contested divorce litigation. Although the process is simpler, it is still recommended that you seek the advice and counsel of a skilled Kansas City divorce attorney who knows how to protect your interests and make sure that the ultimate result is fair and beneficial to you.
Uncontested divorce can Cause Less Stress and More Peace For You and Your Children
Ending a marriage in a peaceful manner can ease your transition into the next phase of your life. If children are involved, an uncontested divorce can pave the way toward successful coparenting as well as mutual respect among the parties. It also leaves the lines of communication open between you and your ex-spouse so that future issues that may arise can be handled more simply and with less cost and litigation.
Consult an Attorney and Don’t Sacrifice Your Rights
Contact The Law Office of Adam Peer for more information or to schedule an initial consultation with an experienced Divorce attorney you can trust. Adam’s goal is to resolve your legal issues effectively, quickly and affordably. Adam will work with you directly, keep you informed, and work tirelessly to aggressively fight for and protect your interests.
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Adam Peer – Attorney at Law
The Law Office of Adam Peer, LLC