It is impossible for two people to agree on absolutely everything in life and the same goes for a divorce. The matters at hand when dealing with separating don’t just hit close to home, it is your home, family and daily life that will be affected. This is why stress can elevate so quickly and ripple into your life when dealing with divorce. You can’t go over it, can’t go under it, you’ve got to go through it and the Anoka County Divorce Lawyers at Kallemeyn & Kallemeyn can offer you our professional assistance to get your divorce finalized in a fair manner.
We have previously discussed the differences between a Contested Divorce VS Uncontested Divorce and how our Divorce Lawyers can help you through both processes. Though both are legal paths towards finalizing your divorce, they are both very different in process.
What is an UnContested Divorce?
Let me paint a picture of an uncontested divorce…you both agree you do not want to stay together, you have a clear understanding as to who’s things are who’s and you are ready to move on and have already made the compromises necessary to do so with little tribulation. In this case, a divorce can be easily carried out by waiting the allotted time period, handing in the proper paperwork and sometimes a court appearance isn’t even needed. Just contact a qualified Divorce Attorney to help you file the paperwork and have you legally unbound.
What is a Contested Divorce?
Everyone has heard a big, hairy Hollywood celebrity divorce story… That would be an example of a contested divorce that has been brought to the courts for the judge to take control of. To finalize your divorce an agreement has to be made and if the separating couple can’t come up with one – someone has to. Usually, the more money, assets, interests and children shared the more disagreements to have. Especially if you are in a bad place with your soon-to-be ex. If there is no other way than a contested, courtroom divorce with the decisions left to the ruling of the judge, be sure you present your case clearly, have supportive documentation and an excellent and well experienced Divorce Attorney on your side.
If divorce is in your future and you are searching for a qualified divorce attorney in Anoka County, Minnesota that can ensure your divorce is settled in a fair and just nature contact our office today at 763-427-5131.