Getting a divorce can be difficult even when everything goes as planned. Filing for divorce in New York requires filling out plenty of paperwork and going through a lengthy review process, all of which can wear a person out. Combined with the stress that comes with the end of a marriage, it is only natural to look for divorce help wherever you can find it.
Divorce help is out there. The key to finding the right divorce help for your situation is understanding the specifics of your divorce. Not all help is useful for all types of divorce. You need to determine if you are going to pursue an uncontested or a contested divorce before you can find exactly the help you need.
An uncontested divorce is one where you and your spouse are in full agreement about all the matters covered in your divorce. You agree on how your property will be divided, who will get what and who will be responsible for which debts. You agree on who will have custody of the children, how much child support will be paid and who will get the family home. You seeing eye-to-eye with your spouse means neither you nor he or she will contest the divorce as it proceeds.
A contested divorce is another type of divorce entirely. If you and your spouse are in disagreement about any of the matters covered in your divorce, chances are you are going to spend some time in the courtroom working things out. This will require a mediator or a pair of divorce attorneys and all the expense and stress that goes along with a divorce battle.
If your divorce is going to be uncontested, our team at CompleteCase can provide the divorce help you need to get a quick and easy divorce that is also affordable. We can direct you to the forms you need to fill out, can help make sure you fill them out correctly, and we can guide you through the uncontested divorce process.
If you are going through a contested divorce, usually it is best to seek out the help of a divorce attorney. Chances are your spouse will also be hiring an attorney. Without your own lawyer you will be at a severe disadvantage when it comes time to argue your case in front of the court.
Divorce help is out there, just make sure you seek out the right help for your needs.