Filing an Uncontested Divorce in Rhode Island
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Many people believe a divorce is an expensive, stressful, and time-consuming battle filled with tons of fighting with your spouse and heated courtroom battles. While that is certainly a possibility, there is a better way that a lot of couples choose to pursue: an uncontested divorce.
In order to file for an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse must be in complete agreement with all major issues in your divorce. If you cannot come to an agreement on even one of these issues, then your divorce becomes contested and you must have your case heard in court.
- Some issues that must be agreed upon to file for an uncontested divorce include:
- Child custody
- Visitation rights
- Parenting plan
- Division of assets & debts
- Spousal support/alimony
Would you like more information about filing an uncontested divorce? Call McIntyre Tate LLP today by dialing (401) 351-7700.
“The Easy Route”
Uncontested divorces may seem like an easy route to take for your dissolving your marriage, and in many cases they can be, but they do require that you and your spouse work together to come to a mutually-beneficial and fair agreement that protects both of your best interests equally. If you and your spouse cannot work together well, this may not be the best option for you. A skilled attorney from our firm may be able to assist you with this determination and the negotiation processes in order to help you reach the best possible outcome.
Experienced Divorce Representation
At McIntyre Tate LLP, we have over 150 years of combined experience providing our legal knowledge to clients. We understand that no two cases are ever exactly the same and we strive to provide each client with an individualized experience that not only looks out for their best interests, but helps alleviate stress caused by the uncertainty of what’s ahead.