Our team has the right experience to help you navigate the uncontested divorce process.
Going through a divorce is never easy, but the process can be made at least somewhat easier if the divorce is uncontested. To put it simply, in an uncontested divorce, the separating partners both agree on the terms of the divorce and have reached a consensus on things like the separation of their marital assets, consolidation or re-allocation of their debts, who will pay spousal support and how much, who will receive primary custody of their children, and who will pay child support and in what amount. While the divorce process is simpler when both parties agree on these matters, it is still very involved, and you’ll definitely need a qualified lawyer to help you through it. Fortunately, our team here at the Law Office of Janice V. Coulter is here to provide the expert legal assistance you need to make it to the other side of your uncontested divorce.
Our team knows that, as complicated as divorce is for opposite-sex couples, it is even more complex for same-sex ones. Because same-sex marriage became legal at different times in different states, it becomes more difficult to determine things like what exactly counts as a couple’s marital assets, as couple may have legally married in one state, then moved to another that had not yet legally recognized their union. If you are a member of the LGBTQ community and need help dealing with these matters, you can count on our team to help you navigate every intricacy of the uncontested divorce process. We have made it a priority to thoroughly familiarize ourselves with every wrinkle of LGBT family law here in the Matthews, North Carolina community, and we encourage you to turn to us if you need help with these matters.