Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce
Our attorneys represent clients in both contested and uncontested divorce cases. In contested divorce cases, we guide our clients through this more complex divorce process with a goal of minimizing the financial and emotional impact that these cases often have on individuals.
The attorneys at Boyd Collar Nolen Tuggle & Roddenbery help our clients navigate the options available to them when there is a decision to divorce. We represent clients in both contested and uncontested divorce cases. Our attorneys approach each case with the skill required to negotiate and settle matters and ensure our clients’ divorce agreements are fair, legally binding and enforceable. We understand that contested divorces often present our clients with the most stressful period in their lives. We are creative problem solvers, and invest the time required in court and in discovery to ensure all current and future issues in these more complex divorce cases are uncovered.
Some clients find they can eliminate court entirely in an uncontested divorce. While these divorces are settled out of court, there still may be complex custody or other issues to resolve until settlement. For high net worth and high asset parties, uncontested divorces still require the same level of diligence in discovery to ensure all current and future issues are uncovered. Our attorneys understand that even uncontested divorces can have significant financial and emotional impact on the affected parties.