Uncontested Divorce

Uncontested Divorce Means that You Agree 100%

If a couple pursues an uncontested divorce, they must agree on the many complicated issues presented by their divorce. They each sign the divorce papers and it is complete. Though uncontested divorce may be a quick way out, there are many ways that it can backfire. If you feel there is nothing to argue about right now, you might get burned in the long run. Talk to a litigator at Figeroux & Associates before pursuing an uncontested divorce.

The Drawbacks of Uncontested Divorce

Though uncontested divorce has a reputation for being free or low cost, many times this is not the case. The two main ways that an uncontested divorce fails are as follows:

An agreement blows up once the two spouses begin to discuss plans in detail.

Someone finds out too late that their former spouse did not disclose all assets.

Both of these scenarios can be avoided by seeking proper legal representation from a skilled litigator from day one.

Protect Your Future

When making important life decisions such as divorce and child custody arrangements, why leave yourself unprotected? A knowledgeable attorney can guide you and provide advice to protect your future. At Figeroux & Associates, we will carefully assess the circumstances of your situation and advise you on how to proceed. Call 718-222-3155.

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  • The jury returned a verdict of no negligence for the franchise owner, Mr. Jagtar Samra.
  • In-depth preparation and skilled cross-examination of the Plaintiff exposed critical inconsistencies in her.