Uncontested divorces are those where there is already an agreement in place because all of the issues surrounding the marriage, including support, parenting time and custody, and equitable distribution have already been decided.
Parties will go to court and they’ll already have a signed agreement in hand.
That agreement will become part of the final judgement.
If one party defaults, the other party has the option to take that party back to court and have the judge enforce that order.
The marital debt can end up being important when divorce negotiations are ongoing, but does this debt affect how you arrive at an alimony arrangement? Usually, the two things are not too closely related. Our Sparta property distribution attorneys can help you get a fair deal in all aspects of… Read More
When alimony agreements are reached, the financial needs of the receiving spouse are going to be an important consideration. However, this is not the only thing that has to be discussed when determining what kind of agreement would be fair to both spouses. There are a few more things that… Read More
When you get a divorce, all of the property that you and your spouse share needs to be equitably distributed. That includes intellectual property, even though it may be a bit harder to figure out how much it is worth and who should get what. This is why you should… Read More
Rental properties are like any other asset in a divorce. They need to be split up when all of your property is being divided up, and you want to make sure that any arrangement that is made is fair to you. Rental properties can be a good source of income… Read More