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What is the difference between a contested and uncontested divorce?

What is the difference between a contested and uncontested divorce?

Even in the name, you can kind of see that there is a big difference between contested and uncontested divorces when a divorce is contested the plaintiff and defendant have not agreed to have a divorce. Normally one party wants to stay in the marriage. One party doesn’t agree to the terms. There may be a separation agreement. There may not be one. What is an uncontested divorce both parties have agreed to the terms, both parties are amicable, both parties understand that a divorce is the next step for them and they normally agree to a property settlement agreement and an uncontested divorce is a quicker way to obtain a legal divorce. However, a contested divorce may also end in a legal divorce as well. It just comes with more of a battle and more of a fight with the other party. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. My name is Alisabeth Smith and you can contact me at Pack Law Group our number is (540) 586-7225.

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