When someone thinks of a divorce, they may think it is a long, expensive, and brutal process, but that is not always the case. What is the difference between an agreed or contested divorce? An agreed divorce is most likely your most affordable option and can be done much faster than a contested divorce because the parties submit what's called a Marital Dissolution Agreement (MDA). An MDA mutually, but in a fair and equitable manner, divides the debts and assets of the marriage.
A contested divorce is when the parties cannot agree on the division of their debts and assets and petition the court to grant an order to do so. This type of divorce could have extensive discovery and other obstacles that could be seen as overwhelming. That's where we can help.
In a contested divorce, you don't have to be alone. Our law firm's dedicated divorce attorney can help you and we can stand with you 100% of the way.
Our law firm offers free consultations for all of our clients and potential clients. What is a free consultation and how do we differ from other firms? We are absolutely dedicated to ensuring you have all the information needed, that's why at our consultation, we will give you the following information:
If you need legal representation, schedule a free consultation through the Contact Us tab on our website or call us today at (865) 657-1385. Our firm proudly serves Knoxville and all of East Tennessee.
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