Uncontested Divorce Focuses On Resolving Disputes Without Litigating

If your divorce is uncontested, why are the services of an attorney required? It's a fair question. The short answer is even if you and your spouse agree on all terms of your divorce, you will need a lawyer to draw up those agreements so they can be approved by the court.

The slightly longer answer is that many uncontested divorces don't start out with complete agreement between spouses. Many couples are aware of the benefits of uncontested divorce — lower cost, less stress and more control over the agreements that must be reached being among the most important positive aspects. But you may need some clarification on New York laws and some assistance reaching agreement on critical matters such as custody and parenting plans, property division or support.

In an uncontested divorce, I represent one party. Your spouse may have his or her own legal representation or choose not to work with a lawyer.

At The Law Office of Rebecca J. Talmud, I provide that clarity and help clients work toward effective resolutions without the need to litigate. I have more than a decade of experience assisting residents of the Greater Buffalo-Niagara region with family law issues.

Uncontested Divorce Is Trending For A Reason

Couples of all ages and with a wide range of financial and personal backgrounds are embracing uncontested divorce. There is a lot of truth to the sentiment that the only people who come out ahead in aggressively litigated divorces are the attorneys. There are situations in which resolving a family law dispute in court makes sense, but if you and your partner can reach agreement using compromise and common sense, the short-term and long-term benefits are evident.

My boutique law firm is noted for the high level of care we provide to our clients. I emphasize the same high level of communication and availability with my clients who choose uncontested divorce as I do with all other clients.

Schedule A Free Consultation To Learn More

Uncontested divorce is a practical approach to marriage dissolution. If you wish to learn more or if you want help determining if your situation is appropriate for an uncontested divorce, call 716-250-9302 or use my online contact form to schedule a free consultation.