Contested Vs. Uncontested Divorce
The case is contested if the parties cannot agree on every one of the issues involved in their particular situation. Common areas of disagreement include but are not necessarily limited to:
- Parenting time/visitation.
- Child support.
- Division of assets.
- Alimony/spousal support.
- Debt and debt division.
- Contribution toward educational expenses.
- Payment of health insurance.
- Income taxes.
An uncontested case is where the parties reach an agreement regarding all of the issues prior to the time the case is filed, or where one party decides to have no involvement in the case.
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