§If there are children a detailed parenting plan is in place that is agreed upon
§The parties agree on the exact amount of child support
§The spouses agree if alimony is needed and if so the amount is agreed upon
§All other issues are settled
§Everyone is willing to sign all the necessary documents to complete the uncontested divorce process
If any matters are in dispute you do not have a Daytona Beach uncontested Divorce.
It is important to make sure an uncontested divorce is a realistic possibility. Hiring an attorney for an uncontested divorce that ends up contested can create conflicts for the attorney. This could make it impossible for the Daytona Beach uncontested divorce attorney to represent either party. An uncontested divorce will streamline the process, reduce the cost of legal fees and allow the parties to decide how to divide marital assets and liabilities. In cases that involve children the parents can decide child support and visitation. An uncontested divorce is an efficient and affordable way to end a marriage but it requires a lot of work and compromise by the parties involved to become a reality.
Common Benefits of a Daytona Beach Uncontested Divorce
There are multiple benefits of an uncontested divorce in Daytona Beach. If done properly, the entire case is packaged and settled long before it becomes a court case. Every contingency is discussed, prepared, signed, and settled. An uncontested divorce case in Daytona Beach usually proceeds to a final hearing much more quickly than a contested divorce. The final resolution usually be described as relaxed instead of an exhausting drawn out battle. All the parties are generally more relaxed during an uncontested divorce.
If there are children, the uncontested case also includes a detailed parenting plan. Parenting plans detail where the children will live, sleep, go to school, and where they will spend certain holidays. Many judges tend to appreciate parents able to negotiate their own parenting agreement. The parents understand the family traditions and are in the best position to determine a parenting plan. When parents decide what is best for their family they tend to have a higher rate of success in sticking with the plan and being successful co-parents in the future. A successful Daytona Beach uncontested divorce avoids the win at all cost war that can preeminently damage any possible future co-parenting relationship.
What Is Required For A Daytona Beach Uncontested Divorce
An uncontested divorce is simple for an experienced Daytona Beach divorce attorney but can fail when the proper procedures are not followed and proper documents are not filed. An uncontested divorce is different from a simplified divorce. It is common for a simplified Divorces to be erroneously filed in place of an uncontested divorce. Simplified divorces are uncontested but they have certain requirements that can complicate the divorce process. It might not make sense that a simplified divorce is not always simple but the law can be strange if you are not required to deal with it on a daily basis. Uncontested divorces address a very serious situation and have serious consequences. Mistakes tend to surface years after the case is done, and are very difficult to fix. This is especially true if the mistake works out to one party’s advantage.
Many people confuse an “uncontested divorce” with the fact that both spouses agree to be single. But to truly satisfy the requirements, you must both have a plan for assets, liabilities, parenting time, child support and division of personal items. Both spouses must agree on every single issue. And the uncontested divorce filing must be a complete, properly drafted, all-encompassing set of documents that fulfill all court requirements.
Our Daytona Beach Uncontested Divorce Attorneys Can Help
Daytona Beach divorce attorney Kelly Johnson understands the divorce process. If an uncontested divorce is appropriate for your family Kelly can help you navigate the legal process. She has extensive courtroom experience as a divorce attorney and former Florida prosecutor. Her courtroom experience can help you avoid common problems that come up when trying to resolve an uncontested divorce without the help of an experienced attorney. Call 386-451-5112 to discuss your uncontested divorce with attorney Kelly Johnson.
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