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If you are looking for a way to expedite the divorce process and you and your spouse are agreeable, then uncontested divorce may be your best option. Even if your divorce is complex, if you and your spouse are cooperative, reasonable, and willing to negotiate, then uncontested divorce can be a relatively quick and cost-effective solution to terminating your marriage.
Even couples who own businesses and have children can take advantage of the benefits of uncontested divorce, as long as they are willing to work together to reach a mutually beneficially agreement. An experienced divorce attorney can be invaluable during this time. And can offer you and your spouse creative solutions to even the most complex divorce issues.
What is Uncontested Divorce?
An uncontested divorce occurs when a divorcing couple can agree to cooperate and negotiate the terms of their own divorce. While they may have initial disagreements over money or custody, if they are willing to negotiate, then the divorce can remain uncontested. If either party becomes unreasonable, however, or if you cannot reach a mutually satisfactory agreement, then uncontested divorce may not be for you.
The Benefits of Uncontested Divorce
The main benefit of uncontested divorce in Colorado is its low cost. Compared to other forms of divorce, uncontested divorces are by and large the cheapest way to go. Another benefit is that it is a private way to sever the ties of the marriage without public scrutiny or long drawn out courtroom battles.
Another main benefit of uncontested divorces is that it is usually efficient. You and your spouse can work on the agreement that works best for you and save time by avoiding long and drawn out negotiations, mediations, or even litigation. If you have children, an uncontested divorce can reduce the stress they will endure, by making the process as quick and as painless as possible.
If you are considering a divorce, the experienced divorce attorneys at Goff & Goff can protect your rights throughout the divorce process. We will be on your side from the very start. Call us today for a free consultation and learn more about your divorce options.
When Uncontested Divorce Isn't Right
There are situations when uncontested divorce is not the right solution. If you have complex property issues, businesses, or children with special parenting needs, you may benefit more from other forms of divorce. If your spouse isn't agreeable or if you and your spouse are unable to communicate, then uncontested divorce is probably not your best option. An experienced Boulder divorce attorney can meet with you and help you choose the divorce pathway that is best for you and your family.
Contact Our Boulder Divorce Attorneys
If you are considering divorce or have questions regarding another family law issue, the Boulder divorce attorneys at Goff & Goff can help. Contact the Boulder divorce attorneys at Goff & Goff today for a free initial consultation. Call us at 303-872-0535 or fill out our confidential contact form for more information.