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What is Uncontested Divorce?

When a couple decides to get a divorce, they may want to work to reach an agreement outside of court. In Florida, this is known as an uncontested divorce. While it may seem easier to solve things outside of court, there can still be complications. If you are considering an uncontested divorce, speak with an experienced attorney who can help guide you through the process.

Autumn Beck Blackledge PLLC can provide additional details to help clarify the uncontested divorce process.

Defining Uncontested Divorce

Legally, an uncontested divorce is defined as a dissolution of marriage in which both parties agree to the divorce and have settled all issues between them. This means that they have gone through the necessary discussions regarding custody, property division, and financial support and consent to a proposed agreement. The couple may reach this agreement via mediation or collaboration between attorneys.

Reasons For Uncontested Divorce

There are many reasons why couples choose uncontested divorces. The main reason is that it is usually faster and cheaper than going to court. It can also be less stressful for everyone involved since there is no need to go through a trial. Lastly, uncontested divorces often allow couples to remain on good terms after their separation, which can be beneficial if they have children.

Is An Attorney Necessary?

While it is not required, it is still recommended that each party has an attorney to help them understand the uncontested divorce process and to ensure that their rights are protected. The attorneys can also help draft the necessary documents and file them with the court.

If you are considering an uncontested divorce in Florida, Autumn Beck Blackledge PLLC can help. Our experienced family law attorneys can provide guidance and answer any questions you may have about the process.

Contact our office today at (850) 404-7263 to schedule a consultation if you have any questions about the Florida divorce process.