What is an Uncontested Divorce in Nevada?
An uncontested divorce is a divorce in which the Parties have resolved ALL of the issues pertaining to a divorce. These issues normally are community property division, community debt division, child custody, child support, and alimony. As long as all these issues have been agreed, an uncontested divorce is possible. If the parties agree on everything, they can get divorced very quickly without either party having to be served documents, and most times without the Parties even needing to go to court.
When we are retained to draft all the documents, we draft the documents quickly, efficiently, and perform any revisions to the documents that are necessary, in the event that the Parties are still negotiating issues. Our job is finished when you are either divorced, or there is nothing that can be done to the documents to make them acceptable for both parties to sign, usually because of an unreasonable party at the last minute.
Learn More About Related Family Law Topics:
- Child Custody
- Custody Modifications
- Relocations of Children out of the State of Nevada
- Child Support
- Community Property Division
- Community Debt Division