Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce in Grand Rapids
Seek Representation from a Skilled Divorce Lawyer
Michigan is a no-fault divorce state, which means a divorce can be granted
for virtually any reason. If you and your spouse can remain amicable and
not dispute each other's desired outcome, it can be extremely beneficial
for your case. Uncontested divorces are less costly, requires less time,
and are much more private than contested divorces which require litigation.
However, at The Law Firm of Wayne F. Crowe, Jr., P.C., we understand that
it is not always possible to agree on important marital matters.
contact our knowledgeable Grand Rapids divorce attorney at (616) 202-3988 for
representation in your divorce.
How Does a Contested Divorce Work?
A contested divorce takes place when you and your spouse cannot agree on
all of the matters involved in your
divorce process. For example, if you want primary custody of your children and your spouse
also wants to have primary custody. If this happens, you will need to
proceed to litigation and put the decisions in the hands of a judge. All
legal matters of this type need to be handled by a skilled Grand Rapids
divorce attorney to give you the best chance of a successful outcome.
During a divorce, you will need to come to an agreement on the following topics:
Navigating No-Fault or Uncontested Divorce Cases
When you file a no-fault or uncontested divorce, you can save yourself
much of the grievance typically associated with a divorce case. If you
and your spouse are able to decide on all of the issues involved in your
divorce, it can make the process much more smooth and less time-consuming.
Please call our firm today at (616) 202-3988 for a free initial case evaluation.