White Plains Uncontested Divorce Lawyer
What is uncontested divorce?
When both spouses are able to mutually agree that a marriage should be terminated, the New York court system refers to the divorce as uncontested. While uncontested divorces are typically amicable and involve couples that are able to reach civil agreements, it is still highly recommended that you retain legal assistance, especially for matters concerning property division, spousal support, child custody and visitation and child support. As these proceedings can impact nearly every aspect of your future, it is essential that you take proactive measures to protect your rights and your interests by working with our firm's knowledgeable and experienced White Plains divorce lawyers.
When handling uncontested divorce cases, our attorneys place an emphasis on meticulous preparation. From the moment you reach out to our firm for assistance, our legal team thoroughly evaluates your situation, addresses all of your questions and concerns and works to establish precisely what you need and wish to accomplish in the future. With a clear and straightforward understanding of your goals, we can begin crafting the legal strategies that can allow us to protect your rights and your future. Should these matters be resolved amicably with your spouse out of court, you can trust in our abilities to negotiate, arbitrate and mediate intelligently. Should matters become contested, such as in child custody proceedings, our legal team has no aversion to fighting on your behalf.
Whatever you case may bring, our White Plains divorce attorneys devote a great deal of time, energy and resources into producing the most favorable results possible. With a strong reputation in the local court systems of New York and extensive litigation and trial experience, our legal team has the versatility to handle any unforeseen complications that may arise.
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As every case is unique, and because uncontested divorce proceedings can pose a number of various pros and cons, we strongly recommend that you schedule a free case evaluation with a member of our legal team to learn more about how your personal situation will be affected. Generally, uncontested divorces can be resolved more quickly than contested divorces. It must be mentioned, however, that high financial stakes, child support and custody proceedings, and the fact that divorce is rife with technical legal procedures and information can quickly make these cases complex.
Allow our firm to support and assist you as we navigate through this experience together. Contact Proto, Sachs & Brown, LLP today.