Kinds Of Divorce Options

by William Smith lawyer

The most popular ways to divorce

As time goes by, we are seeing a lot of changes in the way people live their lives. One of the things that we are not looking at when looking at the changes in marriage and divorce. Those are the things that only matter to us when we are going through them. However, if you take a closer look at the situation with the marriages you will see that it is extremely different from what it used to be a decade ago. Nowadays, it is easier than ever to marry. Therefore, more and more young couples decide to marry even though they do not even know each other well enough. So, if you take a look at the numbers, you will see that the number of marriages has been going up every year for a lot of time. Therefore, we are also looking at a new situation with the divorces, as those are also happening much more frequently. So, as soon as we face one of these things, we realize how easy it has become to marry and how many things you have to consider when divorcing. Sure, there are the online divorces, but those are only making divorces a little easier, while they still take a lot of time. So, it is important to take a look at some kinds of divorces that you might have to go through. Here are the most popular ones.

1.      Uncontested divorce

If you take a look at the perfect divorce nowadays, you will see that it has to be uncontested. This is a type of divorce that does not require too much from both sides. Moreover, it almost does not require any work from the median side. The key to a successful uncontested divorce is both spouses working on the paperwork and all of the questions together. What you might not realize is the fact that you will still have to talk to your ex for some time. However, that is going to result in a case where you will finish much faster than in case of a contested divorce. Therefore, if you can communicate with your ex-spouse for some time, make sure to go through this type of divorce, as that will save you a lot of time and mental health. Also, you will save quite a lot of money, as you will not have to get a ton of attorneys, as well as paying some fees to the court and all of the other median sides. Instead, you just fill out the paperwork and decide on the shared property together before going to the court and turning in the papers.

2.      Mediation

Another good way to avoid going to the court is by getting a mediator. That is a person that will be in the middle of your sides and will try to help both of you. They will listen to both sides of the story and try to find the best way for both of you in the case. The biggest problem with a mediator is the fact that you will have to pay them for their work. Therefore, if money is an issue for you, it might be best to come back to the mutual decision without having anyone do it for you. Another choice is to simply go to the court, which will take much more time and sometimes money. Therefore, the choice is up to you. Other than that, a mediator is a nice option to end your relationship without any argues. Also, they are not able to decide anything. They are there just to help both of you.

3.      Default divorce

Probably, the simplest way to divorce is a default divorce. That is a situation in which someone files for a divorce. However, another person is not able to respond. That might be because they are just not willing to do so, or if they are just away for so long that there is no way to contact them. In such a case, the court will have to grant you a default divorce. That usually takes a little time and almost no effort from your side, other than the paperwork. However, you have to remember that if your ex responds, you will have to go through the normal process of divorcing. So, if you are expecting to get a fast divorce, make sure to contact another person first.

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