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What is the Difference Between an Uncontested Divorce and a Contested Divorce

Generally speaking, there are two types of divorces, contested and uncontested. The former tends to be more expensive, both financially and emotionally, while the latter is cheaper and more cooperative. In this article we will look at some of the specific differences between the two with the hope that this context can determine what is …

Why is it possible to get an uncontested divorce without going to Court

While a contested divorce can often be acrimonious, with issues like child custody, support, and the division of property making things difficult between both parties. Couples who can resolve these and other issues prior to filing can avoid the stress of a contested divorce by obtaining an uncontested divorce. If the terms of separation can …

How do I find out if my Spouse Has a Hidden Bank Account

With so many different banking options today, many people have more than one bank account. Many couples divide accounts into mine, yours, and ours. However, if you find your spouse has a secret bank account that you never knew about, you might wonder what this means for your relationship. The first step to finding out …

Four Ways to Financially Prepare for a Divorce

Divorcing your spouse can be a financially draining endeavor. Between court costs, attorney fees, other expert fees, and new living costs, you can expect to spend more than $10,000 or more by the end of your divorce proceedings. Therefore, it’s important to make sufficient financial preparations to control any future expenses. Here are some ways you …

Is a same sex divorce any different than any other divorce in Alabama

With the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges, Alabama joined all fifty states in recognizing same sex marriage. And though judges in certain counties opposed issuing marriage licenses, state lawmakers passed a bill replacing licenses with certificates, leading the way to a full recognition of same sex marriage, as well as necessitating the …

What Exactly is a No Fault Divorce and Why is it So Cheap

A no-fault divorce is a divorce in which neither spouse blames the other for the breakdown of the marriage. Instead, the marriage ends because of another reason, such as irreconcilable differences between the spouses or a lack of willingness to make the marriage work. A no-fault divorce may also occur when the spouses have been …

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