The end of a marriage does not automatically signal a combative relationship between spouses. In some cases, marriages end just because spouses have grown apart. In other cases, couples are strongly motivated to reach an amicable agreement in the best interests of their children. Whatever the circumstances, couples who can come to full or partial agreement on the terms of their divorce can retain more control and achieve a better outcome by filing an uncontested divorce.
An uncontested divorce always requires both parties to negotiate the terms that go into effect once the divorce is finalized. These terms include how property is to be divided and spousal support, if appropriate. And, when children are involved, questions of parenting must be resolved including child custody, visitation, and support.
Two types of uncontested divorce are typical:
Even couples looking for an amicable end to their marriage need the assistance of a Boca Raton divorce lawyer with the skills and experience to protect the interests of their clients.
With nearly 30 years in private practice, the Law Offices of Richard B. Barkin represents individuals in divorce proceedings in Palm Beach and Broward Counties and the southern Atlantic coast of Florida. We are skilled in handling both contested and uncontested divorce and help guide our clients to the right solution. If you need legal advice and representation for a divorce, contact the Law Offices of Richard B. Barkin.