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
In almost every free Split Simple consultation, potential clients want to know: “How long does it take to get a Divorce in Colorado?”
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:
Many of our clients come to us with mortgages. This makes perfect sense, of course- married couples live together, and many of them choose to buy a home. However, this does present certain complications, and one of the most common questions we receive is, "What are we going to do with the mortgage?"
There are a lot of misconceptions about divorce out there, many of them fed by inaccurate or misleading coverage in the media. One, admittedly dramatic narrative of divorce as a hostile battle between two people who hate each other has become the norm.
So it's always refreshing to see accurate coverage and useful advice from the media. The Huffington Post recently published a divorce "to-do list" that's full of useful, accurate information.
When you're facing the hard reality of divorce, it's important to stay calm and remember your options. A traditional courtroom divorce isn't your only choice- you can choose the smarter, smoother, simpler option instead.
Split Simple offers divorce mediation to couples who have decided to dissolve their marriages. We use a proven, rigorous, data-driven process that is designed to fairly and equitably resolve outstanding issues.
Divorcing couples are often rather obsessed with the idea of blame. Each party believes the other party is responsible for the divorce, and they're intent on proving this to a lawyer, mediator or judge.