What Is Uncontested Divorce?

If you are getting divorced and have no major disagreements with your spouse in regard to property division, custody, support and other legal matters, you may qualify for an uncontested divorce.

An uncontested divorce can save you a lot of money, but only if it is handled with care and attention to detail. The attorneys at Ryan Family Law P.C., can provide you with the legal guidance you need to achieve your goals in a contested or uncontested divorce.

Is Uncontested Divorce Right For You?

Many people go into an uncontested divorce with the best intentions, only to find they have disagreements with the other party that call for a traditional litigated divorce. However, if you and your spouse are willing and able to come to agreements on divorce issues, an uncontested divorce may be the best option for you.

Perhaps the most important requirement for getting an uncontested divorce is that you and your spouse are willing to deal amicably with each other and come to agreement on divorce issues. In that case, it is still important to consult an attorney to ensure the paperwork is drafted correctly for the court's approval.

Whether your divorce is truly uncontested or an unanticipated disagreement arises, our lawyers can guide you through all aspects of the divorce process, protecting your rights and your future.

Schedule A Free, Half-Hour Consultation

To talk to our attorneys, please call our Elgin office at 847-586-0161 or send us an email. We offer free, half-hour consultations for clients with questions concerning uncontested divorce.