Uncontested Divorce Representation in MN
The Court considers a divorce to be uncontested when the parties submit a signed agreement which outlines all areas in a divorce and their agreements with respect to those areas. If a divorce is uncontested, it means that the husband and wife have agreed to a property division (including homes, retirement plans, vehicles and debt), to child custody and parenting time, to child support, and to spousal support. The Court’s job in this case is to review the agreement for fairness and, if it adequately addresses all issues, to permit the divorce to be finalized based on that agreement.
Mediators can meet with you to help you determine whether you have reached agreements on the key issues surrounding your case. We can help you with the required steps so that you can move on with your life. Contact us today to get started.