When both parties agree to every single condition and term of a divorce, they can proceed with what is considered an uncontested divorce. But if one party disagrees on one or more of these terms, then it is a contested divorce. If you are facing a contested divorce it is very important to seek experienced legal representation.
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A contested divorce occurs when one or both parties in a marriage dispute some or all aspects of their divorce, including child custody, child support, property division, and alimony. A contested divorce typically takes much longer to finalize an agreement and involves increased legal feels, as well as stress.
The following are the various steps each spouse must take before a contested divorce is finalized:
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