Category Archives: Uncontested Divorce

Uncontested Divorce Can Set the Tone for the Future

Late last summer, a Canadian couple posted a picture to Facebook that quickly garnered international attention. The photo was a “selfie” of the smiling duo standing outside the Calgary Courts Centre, with a caption that stated they had just filed for divorce. Within days, the post had been shared more than 30,000 times, and countless more since. It also triggered a trend which was quickly dubbed—inContinue reading

Drafting Your Own Divorce Settlement

For many couples, divorce is not the acrimonious war so often depicted in television and movies. That is not to say, of course, that contentious divorces do not exist; there are just many more amicable situations than most people would probably expect. In a large number of situations, especially with the proliferation of no-fault divorce, in which both spouses fully agree that divorce is the right optionContinue reading

Working Through an Uncontested Divorce

Although divorce is never very easy, many couples come to the conclusion that ending the marriage is necessary for the health and well-being of both partners. When this is the case, a couple is often able to complete a large portion of the divorce negotiation on their own, only requiring legal assistance with actually completing the process. Such a situation is often referred to asContinue reading