An “uncontested divorce” can occur when a couple can approach the court in agreement about the terms of their divorce. That generally means that all matters relating to the marriage including finances, child custody, property division and potentially other matters have been resolved between the couple. This is usually done privately and oftentimes quickly, between the couple, while accompanied by their respective attorney.
The benefits of an uncontested divorce include: efficiency, cost, flexibility, and amicability. Also and importantly, pursuing and completing an uncontested divorce can often be easier on children and other family members that may be affected by the split.
Looking for a Hamilton County family law attorney? Contact the attorneys at Keffer Barnhart LLP today if you have questions concerning your marital or family law rights. We stand ready to provide our clients with trusted representation and accurate information regarding the law and its application to their individualized case. Act now and contact us today at 1-800-NOT-GUILTY or (317) 857-0160.