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California Uncontested Divorce Attorney

Uncontested Divorce

Many wonder if it is possible to dissolve a marriage in California without any Court appearances. The answer is yes, provided a full agreement is reached. Often it is possible for parties to resolve all, or major portions of, their differences without court intervention. In fact, many of the best resolutions come when two people can work together to reach a solution. If you and your spouse are willing and reasonable, you can work together to negotiate a fair settlement on all issues, tailored to your needs.

In an uncontested dissolution, the spouses decide on the terms of their divorce, including custody, visitation, spousal/child support, dividing of assets and debts. Notwithstanding this, it is still best to be represented so your final decisions are both informed and enforceable. An experienced divorce attorney can provide assistance in reviewing your terms to ensure you have covered all the necessary points, and then draft the formal agreement to finalize the divorce on your behalf.

Chavis Law Firm will create a Stipulated Judgment that incorporates the terms you and the other party have agreed to, and make certain that the intended agreement is enforceable.

Court intervention might be part of the solution, but this is not necessarily so. We welcome your inquiries in making that determination. If you would like to learn more about uncontested divorce, or summary dissolution, and are interested in our services in this area, do contact us for an appointment.

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