Uncontested vs. Contested Divorce

Throughout the divorce process, the possibility of disagreements arising between couples is likely to occur. When couples dispute over marital matters it is classified as contested divorce. Couples will strive to come to agreements outside of court through a mediator or divorce attorney; however, if matters cannot be settled, their case is disputed in court where a judge acts as a mediator. Uncontested divorce, on the other hand, is when couples agree on all matters concerning their marital assets and settle outside of court.

While uncontested divorce is ideal for many couples, the termination of marriage does not always go as smoothly. That is why you need an experienced and knowledgeable divorce attorney who can guide you along the divorce process in an organized and strategic way. At FasTrack Divorce® Michigan we understand the emotional and financial strains divorce can bring. We provide a reasonable approach through simple steps to settle your divorce outside of a courtroom. We also have seasoned Michigan divorce attorneys on hand ready to guide and represent through the process.

How will we get you through the divorce process?

At FasTrack Divorce® Michigan we aim to move you through the divorce process as swiftly as possible, without unreasonable billings or court system involvement. One of our Michigan divorce attorneys will guide you through the process beginning with a four-way, two-hour meeting with your spouse and their attorney. Secondly, if you are involved in an uncontested divorce, we provide mediation services to help you and your spouse come to agreements.

Some marital matters that couples dispute over include:

  • Child custody
  • Alimony
  • Child visitation
  • Child support
  • Division of marital property and assets

Why FasTrack Divorce® Michigan is for You

We understand the pressures you are dealing with and we will help you through your divorce as quickly and affordably as possible. We will be with you every step of the way. 

Whether you are involved in a contested or uncontested divorce, contact FasTrack Divorce® of Michigan today.

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