What Is an Uncontested Divorce?
An uncontested divorce is one in which you and your spouse can reach an agreement on all issues, including equitable division of marital assets and debts, child custody, and support. When a divorce is uncontested, you and your spouse can save yourselves the financial and emotional costs of a lengthy court proceeding.
Even if you and your spouse do not agree on all issues, you may find there are only a few issues you need help resolving. In these cases, it may be in your interest to resolve the issues through mediation or negotiation. Whenever you put your future in the hands of a judge, you risk an outcome that does not make anyone happy.
At Cunningham, Chernicoff & Warshawsky, P.C., in Harrisburg, our attorneys are here to help you achieve a favorable outcome, while protecting you from unnecessary litigation. Call us at 717-260-3527 to talk to a lawyer about your divorce.
Minimizing Conflict in Divorce
Our attorneys understand the high costs of family law litigation. We work hard, with every client, to find ways to settle divorce issues with minimal time and expense. We can help you use negotiation or mediation to reach solutions to difficult problems. We blend hard work, determination and experience to help you get the outcome you want.
Pennsylvania is a no-fault divorce state, which means you can obtain a divorce through mutual consent, without proving at a hearing that your spouse is at fault and you are innocent of wrongdoing. Additionally, you can obtain a divorce after being separated for a period of two years, even if your spouse does not consent.
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