The Benefits Of An Uncontested Divorce

Posted By The Layfield Law Firm, LLC || 24-Oct-2014

There are many reasons that couples decide that divorce is the best option. When you are ready to move on and start a fresh new life, you may decide that an uncontested divorce is the path you want to take and a Baton Rouge divorce attorney can help.

Why choose an uncontested divorce? Here are the benefits that a divorce that is uncontested offers.

Choosing an uncontested divorce means that you are willing to cooperate with your spouse. The whole process will hinge on the two of you working together to do what is best in the situation. By being open with your communication and cooperative in making decisions about child support and custody, property arrangements, and alimony, the whole process will be much smoother.

There are other benefits of an uncontested divorce. Not only is it easier on you and your soon to be ex-spouse by being less stressful, it is also much easier on the children. The divorce process is also quicker. This allows both spouses to begin to heal much faster. When you and your spouse cooperate, you both have more control over custody arrangements, child support terms, property settlement, and alimony agreement. If that’s not enough, the legal fees are lower, too.

If you have made a decision and want to discuss an uncontested divorce, I can help. Please don't hesitate to contact me and I will do all I can to make the divorce process quick and easy so you can begin to move on and create a new life for yourself.

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