Uncontested Divorce Attorney in Boston, MA
Sometimes divorces become uncontested. This means that two people seeking a divorce are able to reach an agreement that satisfies both parties apart from trial litigation. You might agree that you are both tired of the process or wish to settle and move on with your life. Either way, uncontested divorces can save you thousands of dollars in legal fees and time.
Settle Your Uncontested Divorce with the Help of a Divorce Lawyer
Include things that should be settled during the divorce process:
- Grounds for Divorce: Adultery, abandonment and abuse are some reasons that couples seek divorce. Uncontested divorce allows a divorce to be granted when one spouse testifies that the marriage is over.
- Alimony: Does one of the spouses have a need for financial support and is the other able to provide it? A divorce lawyer can help you answer that question.
- Child Custody: If you have children, this involves figuring out what parent your children will live with most of the time and how much visitation access each parent will have. An uncontested divorce attorney from The Law Offices of Hans R. Hailey can help you figure this out.
- Division of Property and other Assets/Liabilities: Massachusetts law requires equitable distribution in the event of a divorce. This means that property gets divided “fairly”. What is fair in any particular set of circumstances is often contested, resulting in the need for legal representation from a divorce lawyer.
If you are in the middle of a divorce and need help reaching an agreement with your spouse, professional legal representation from one of our uncontested divorce attorneys can oftentimes make the process easier, faster and cheaper.
Reach a Settlement with an Experienced Boston Divorce Lawyer
We have provided legal services for over 30 years at The Law Offices of Hans R. Hailey. A professional divorce lawyer can look over your agreement to make sure there are not any legal issues with your decisions. Contact our offices so we can help alleviate the stress that can come with a divorce so you can move on with your life.