Uncontested Divorce… or Not?

There is a lot of confusion about the term “uncontested divorce”. “Uncontested divorce” is sometimes used to mean “a divorce that has an agreement at the end of it, rather than a trial”.  In that sense, it is used to mean a “cooperative divorce”. However, just because there isn’t a…

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The 60 Waiting Period for Divorce in Texas (yes, that includes uncontested divorce)

Under Texas law, a divorce has to be on file for at least sixty days before it can be signed by a judge.  Even though a decree can be signed on the 61st day, that doesn’t mean that it will be signed on the 61st day, although it is a…

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Will Your Divorce be Uncontested?

An uncontested divorce is one in which both parties are in agreement about what is going to happen, and they cooperate in the process.  Therefore, it is less expensive than a contested one and is completed more quickly. In an uncontested divorce, the parties are in agreement about the issues…

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