Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce in Oklahoma
While no two divorce cases are the same, all fall into one of two categories in Oklahoma: contested or uncontested.
A contested divorce occurs when the spouses do not agree on one or more issue involved in the separation. These issues may include:
- Child custody
- Child Support
- Division of the assets
- Alimony/spousal support
In some instances, you and your spouse might disagree on the grounds for the divorce or whether the divorce should occur at all. If you are unable to reach an agreement on all of these issues, the case will proceed through the court system, which can be a lengthy process.
An uncontested divorce is just as it sounds: both spouses agree to all of the terms of the separation so there is no need for mediation or litigation. An uncontested divorce is faster and less expensive to resolve than a contested divorce.
Help with Your Divorce
If you are considering filing for divorce or if you have already been served with divorce papers, it is important to understand as much as possible about the legal process. For more information and assistance with your case, schedule a free consultation with Edge Divorce today.