Divorce is never easy. Families are affected in so many different ways, and to say that life is not going to be the same for any family member is not an overstatement. Even uncontested and "friendly" divorces can wreak havoc to what once was a sound family unit. If children are involved, custody matters are an issue. Then there are the questions of who will get the family pet; where is each parent going to live; which partner retains the family valuables; who pays tuition, and so many other questions.
Uncontested Divorce Mediation
When a partnership works wonderfully, it's a beautiful thing. A great marriage is a joy to behold. A marriage beyond hope is quite the opposite. When a couple decides to undo their wedding vows, all sorts of emotions are bound to arise. Anger, disappointment, frustration and betrayal may be felt by one or both parties. That said, is it ever possible to avoid conflict in divorce? It is, if you heed a few savvy suggestions.
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.
In almost every free Split Simple consultation, potential clients want to know: “How long does it take to get a Divorce in Colorado?”
In this video, attorney-mediator Chris Griffith talks about the assistance Split Simple provides with all court proceedings and explains an important aspect of the process -- the initial status conference.
In this video, attorney-mediator Chris Griffith discusses the divorce-related tax issues associated with children.
At Split Simple, we make it a point to help divorcing couples with all the important and relevant financial matters. It's a crucial element of our process – our attorney-mediators have ample experience with financial planning software, and we understand the economic factors at play.