Protecting Your Rights During Your Uncontested Divorce:
Many clients who enter our Long Island Divorce and Family Law firm seeking an Uncontested Divorce are concerned are concerned that their rights are not being protected because there are no Court Conferences or Trials or Hearings. This is simply not the case. While there are no Court appearances, your rights are still being protected during your Uncontested Divorce.
New York State Sets Guidelines
The New York State Legislature, in an attempt to ensure that no party is taken advantage of, passed certain statutory guidelines with regards to maintenance, child support and equitable distribution so that parties would be aware of what they are entitled to under the law. As an experienced Long Island Divorce Law Firm, we have spent years ensuring that all our clients receive what they are entitled to under New York State Law. When specifically dealing with Uncontested Divorces, it is typical to have an arrangement in which each spouse walks away with what they brought into the marriage. This scenario may or may not meet the guidelines, which you are free to deviate from if both you and your spouse agree, but is typically a highly sought-after result.
In our Long Island Family Law firm,, we have spent many years helping our clients to reach an amicable and favorable Uncontested Divorce Agreement. In our many years of practice, we have helped countless clients do just that, while protecting what they have worked so hard for.
A Better Post-Divorce Relationship
While involved in your Uncontested Divorce, it may be challenging to look forward and see past this tumultuous time in your life. It is important to remember, however, that just because you will be divorced from your spouse, does not mean that he or she will be out of your life completely. This is especially true if you have children together.
Uncontested Divorce More Likely to Enable an Amicable Split
By its nature, an Uncontested Divorce allows the parties to dissolve their marriage in one of the most amicable ways available. Parties are willing to cooperate and reach an amicable agreement so that the infamous arguing and elongated process of a Contested Divorce does not occur. In avoiding the argumentative nature of a Contested Divorce, the parties are able to complete their divorce in a manner that sets them up for a successful post-divorce relationship. The cooperative and communicative nature of the Uncontested Divorce lends itself to those same qualities being seen in the post-divorce relationship.
Need Help with Your Uncontested Divorce? Contact Us
Throughout our years as Long Island Divorce Attorneys, we have seen countless couples move on from their divorce and live a happy post-divorce life that includes an amicable relationship with their spouse. If you are ready to take the next step and begin your Uncontested Divorce, please give our Long Island Divorce Law firm a call at 631-923-1910 to schedule your complimentary consultation with one of our experienced Long Island Divorce Attorneys. We look forward to helping you through this time and ensuring that your post-divorce life and relationships begin on the right foot.
just because you are engaged in an Uncontested Divorce does not mean you should not be receiving any less than that to which you are entitled if you went through a Contested Divorce. While there are certainly situations where trade-offs are more than fair, our top priority is to ensure that your spouse does not take advantage of you.
In our Long Island Family Law firm, we have spent many years helping couples reach amicable and favorable Uncontested Divorce Agreements that protect our client’s rights.
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