Uncontested Divorce in CA
Pasadena Family Law Specialist
divorce cases involve lengthy battles over
support, and other terms of
separation. You can bypass much of this difficult process by reaching a beneficial
agreement in an uncontested divorce. Our legal team at Law Offices of
Randy W. Medina, APLC has handled divorce cases for more than 15 years,
and features a Bar-Certified Family Law Specialist. Pasadena Divorce
Attorney Randy W. Medina can help you decide if an uncontested divorce is right
for your situation, and guide you to the favorable resolution you deserve.
How to Reach an Uncontested Divorce
In order for your divorce to be uncontested, both spouses must agree on
the terms of separation. This can be achieved in one of two ways: 1) no
response is filed to the initial request for divorce, or 2) both parties
indicate that they agree on the major elements of a divorce. Because these
terms are binding and may be difficult to change, it is important to carefully
review the terms of your divorce before securing an uncontested dissolution
of your marriage or partnership.
Consider the following aspects of your divorce:
- Property division
- Debt division and payment
- Child custody and support
- Spousal support
If you cannot agree on any of these factors, they will have to be resolved
in court as contested terms of divorce. While this process may be more
difficult in some regards, some cases may benefit from being handled in
a court hearing. If necessary, a contested divorce may allow you to reach
favorable terms of agreement that could not be negotiated before the hearing.
In any case, our attorney can help guide you through the divorce process
to the maximum benefit.
Contact our experienced attorney today!
Our Pasadena divorce attorney approaches every case with the goal of benefitting
his clients. To this end, he offers one-on-one service and is always available
to answer your questions. Our clients remain informed on their case and
understand their options.
Law Offices of Randy W. Medina, APLC for more information on this matter.