Settling a Divorce

It is often a great feeling when a divorce case is settled and the papers have been signed. Divorce is a trying time both for the couple and their families. For any couple getting divorced, drawing the process out is the last thing they want to do. Continued fighting and intense arguments often occur between couples. It is difficult for both parties to obtain the belongings and money they desire.

However, despite the great amount of altercation that may occur between divorcing couples, 65% of cases are “uncontested.” This term means that the divorce settlements are able to be reached outside the court room. This can be a difficult and trying process. Concessions typically must be made by both parties to come to a settlement. It is generally known by individuals that this will be the case.

All a person’s needs and wants should be considered and fought for during a divorce proceeding. An experienced divorce attorney is important for each side and will help individuals come to a settlement much quicker than if they were to try to work it out amongst themselves.

There are many laws regarding settling a divorce case and there are many factors that must be considered by the individuals and their attorneys. The length of marriage, the reason for divorce, and the income of both parties are just some of the circumstances that go into reaching a fair settlement in the case.

Divorce proceedings can be complicated. They can be trying. But they can be settled. Contact Tresa Sadler if you need help.