If you and your spouse are able to reach an agreement on all the terms of your divorce settlement, you will be able to file for an uncontested divorce. This requires determining child timesharing, child support and visitation agreements, as well as the specifics of your asset division, debt division and any alimony payments that are to be made.
While this is a significant undertaking, it is a much simpler process than a contested divorce. A contested divorce requires resolution of all of the same issues, yet the matters are fought over in court. Additionally, a judge makes the final decisions by which you must abide, whereas an uncontested divorce allows you the freedom to determine your own conclusions.
For help addressing the matters which must be resolved in your divorce, contact a Tampa divorce lawyer. Having a qualified legal representative guiding the process ensures your rights are protected and your best interests are always kept in mind as we seek the most favorable outcome.
Your intentions regarding custody and property division can be supported by legal expertise and precedents where applicable. It is important to ultimately present proposals which will be approved by the court and this is another factor on which your attorney can advise. There are specific guidelines and requirements regarding custody, visitation and support payments which your lawyer can ensure are followed.
At Taracks & Associates, we are committed to fighting for the outcomes to which you are entitled. Our skills in the art of negotiation have served us well in achieving successful resolutions for our clients. No matter the state of the relationship between you and your spouse, we can approach the process as tactfully and aggressively as required in any given circumstance.