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Divorce can be a difficult process, especially when determining the division of property, establishing alimony and spousal support, and negotiating child custody and visitation rights. It is important to hire an attorney to ensure the best outcome for both spouses. 

Uncontested Divorce

This type of divorce is the simplest and most cost-effective way to end a marriage. In an uncontested divorce, both parties agree to the terms of the divorce. This type of divorce does not require a trial and can be completed relatively quickly.

Contested Divorce

This type of divorce is more complex and involves a trial. In a contested divorce, the parties cannot agree to the terms of the divorce. The court will make a decision on the terms of the divorce after hearing evidence and arguments from both sides.

Collaborative Divorce

This type of divorce is based on cooperation between the parties. In a collaborative divorce, the parties work together to come to an agreement on the terms of the divorce. This type of divorce is less expensive than a contested divorce and can often be completed faster.

Default Divorce

In a default divorce, one party fails to respond or appear in court for the divorce proceedings. The court will then issue a default judgment, granting a divorce to the party who filed the original petition.


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