Divorce (aka dissolution of marriage) can be expensive and time-consuming. Though most divorces have the same end result, there are different types of divorce processes, including:
- Uncontested divorce: A divorce in which both the parties work together to come to an agreement on major issues like child custody, visitation, property distribution, and child support, either on their own or with the help of a divorce attorney Ft. Lauderdale. Once the parties have created and signed a marital settlement agreement, the agreement is presented to the court and the final divorce decree is entered.
- Contested divorce: A divorce in which the couple is unable to come to an agreement on issues involved in the divorce like division of property or child custody. In this type of divorce, both parties will have to go through settlement negotiations and hearings to try to resolve their issues.
- Collaborative divorce: A collaborative divorce is a type of divorce in which both parties hire lawyers to work together and attempt to settle the case. In this type of divorce, both parties must disclose all important information to ensure that negotiations are fair.