Potential divorce clients frequently ask us, “What is the difference between an uncontested divorce and a no fault divorce?” Because we get this question so often and it is such a good one, we wanted to take a moment and address it with this blog post.
Uncontested Divorce Mediation
Ordinarily this time of year, many couples decide to wait until after the holidays to move forward with filing a divorce.
If you and your current spouse have made the decision to get a divorce, you may have dozens of questions. The biggest of them all may be whether or not you should go through a mediator or litigate your divorce in court. At Split Simple, we have experienced attorney-mediators that can help you answer this question. In this presentation, we show all of the benefits of mediated divorce and how it can help you bring your marriage to an end swiftly, fairly, and as easily as possible:
In the American legal system, attorneys are ethically obligated to fight for the best interests of their clients. They represent a specific client, and it is their job to use all legal and ethical means to pursue a positive outcome for that client.
This is the dynamic most people are familiar with, and they tend to assume all legal matters are resolved this way- one party against another party, with lawyers on each side fighting a zero-sum battle. This is certainly how many people conceive of a divorce.
Divorce court is an often unpleasant, always expensive experience, and for the longest time couples tended to assume it was one they simply had to deal with if they were going to end their marriage.
But you have options, chief among them divorce mediation. The advantages of avoiding a trip to divorce court are numerous, including:
The world is currently fascinated with revelations in the so-called "Panama Papers," which are documents that were leaked from a prominent Panamanian law firm that specializes in creating shell firms and various other devices for sheltering money belonging to some of the world's wealthiest and most powerful people.
In this video, Chris Griffith discusses the Split Simple guarantee- your settlement will be accepted by a judge. If it's not, we'll make the right changes at no additional charge.
If you have questions about Split Simple's process or how we're so sucessful with our clients, please call Split Simple today at 855-665-9920 for a free consultation,
A divorce mediation session can be a complicated conversation. There are a lot of difficult financial issues to discuss, and everything is tied up with the raw emotions of a divorce. That's why preparing for your mediation session is so important.
Through preparation, you can ensure you get the most out of your mediation session. You want to be able to handle anything that arises during a session.
We advise all of our clients to prepare for a session by:
Split Simple's attorney-mediators help couples across Colorado. We have offices in Boulder and Denver, but we also work outside of the Front Range corridor- including the mountain communities of Eagle and Summit County.