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When a couple agrees to legally end their marriage and they can make decisions about custody, visitation, and support they can take advantage of the process of an uncontested divorce. In a contested divorce, the two parties cannot reach an agreement of the terms and conditions, and the court will intervene and make these decisions. If you are seeking an uncontested divorce, contact a Riverside divorce lawyer to help you through the process. A proven divorce attorney can mediate any agreements with your spouse that will be needed to resolve the crucial issues involved in marriage dissolution. Our firm should be contacted to discuss your case and how to protect your rights in either process.
The issues involved in each divorce are complicated and numerous. Even when a couple agrees to an uncontested divorce, there are still many details to work through. Decisions such as spousal support and asset division can be overwhelming because the couple wants to make the best possible decision at the outset. It is good to take the time at the beginning to work out the nuances of each decision so that you do not need to go back later and try to modify your divorce orders. Attempting to modify divorce orders can be highly time-consuming and sometimes fruitless. That is why it is so important to select a competent and reliable attorney right away. A good attorney will walk through the whole divorce process with you, explain any questions you might have, and help you understand the ramifications of your potential choices. The Tate Law Group, APC is a divorce firm that you can trust.
The Tate Law Group, APC is a skilled family law firm that has the experience and guidance you need in a divorce. Our firm has represented clients in both contested divorce and uncontested divorce, as well as annulment, legal separation, mediation, property settlement, paternity, domestic partnerships, child custody, child support, visitation, spousal support, and asset division. We also provide dedicated legal support in cases involving child abuse, domestic violence, restraining order and spousal abuse.
Even when a couple agrees to a divorce, there can be conflicts regarding property distribution and other divorce-related matters. The firm can negotiate with opposing counsel to resolve your property settlement, including cataloging your assets and determining their value. We can also work to resolve disputes regarding spousal support, child custody, and child support. Our firm is committed to the successful resolution of your divorce case, and provides professional, personal legal representation from the beginning of the process through to resolution.