What is the difference between contested and uncontested divorce?
Contested and uncontested divorces are the two most common forms of divorce in America. Generally, about 90% of divorces are uncontested, which means that the spouses involved can agree on their divorce terms, while about 10% of marriages are contested, meaning spouses cannot agree on certain terms of the divorce. In either case, sometimes legal representation is necessary in order to finally resolve a divorce settlement. Whichever kind of divorce you find yourself facing, an experienced attorney will be able to help you decide what action is best for your situation.
If you or someone you care about has questions about filing for an uncontested or contested divorce, contact the qualified divorce attorneys of the BB Law Group PLLC today by calling our offices at (832) 534-2589.