A divorce, also called marriage dissolution, is the process of legally ending a marriage. There are two types of divorces; an uncontested divorce and a contested divorce.
In an uncontested divorce, the spouses are able to reasonably agree upon all issues relating to the termination of a marriage, typically through family law mediation. Uncontested divorces are more likely to be conducted when children are not an issue in the divorce.
While some are able to accomplish an uncontested divorce, due to the nature of a divorce (marriage dissolution), the majority of divorces are contested.
There are many issues which may come up during the course of a divorce (marriage dissolution) which may present obstacles to ending a marriage without dispute.
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Common issues that may arise during a divorce may include, but are not limited to:
Divorce / marriage dissolution proceedings have the potential to be quite heated, due to the sensitive nature when ending a marriage. Effective divorce representation requires a steady voice of experience and reason, while handling all matters in a respectful and discreet manner.
The outcome of any divorce or family law legal issue will directly affect your life, and when children are involved, their lives as well. It is important to ensure your rights and interests are protected with every legal resource available. Family law issues do not always end when a divorce has been granted by the courts.
In the event that circumstances dramatically change which may warrant a petitioning the court for a post judgment family law modification. Either parent may file for a modification hearing to change the existing child custody, visitation, child support, or spousal support / alimony court order. Family Law Modification requests are not typically well received by the other parent, and may be heavily disputed.