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Contested / Uncontested Divorce Lawyer
in Jackson Michigan

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In an uncontested situation, there is mutual agreement of both parties on specific terms, such as spousal support, child custody, and property distribution. The persons involved in an uncontested case, avoid taking their disagreements to court. They will negotiate the terms and a formal agreement can be filed with the courts. It is important to work with a knowledgeable Michigan law firm, during an uncontested situation, so that you can clearly understand your legal rights.

Let us help you with your uncontested legal matter

It is critical to understand the circumstance at hand and have legal counsel who can negotiate on your behalf. Many couples and judges, prefer to settle out of court through an uncontested divorce. If your settlement does not require extensive argument and you believe you can reach an agreement on most topics, contact the law offices of Rappleye & Rappleye, P.C. – to speak with one of our lawyers today! Whether you are pursuing a contested or uncontested situation, we can help you. Call today to schedule a case evaluation!

Contested and Uncontested Divorce Attorney - Jackson Michigan
Rappleye & Rappleye, P.C.

525 Wildwood Ave.
Jackson, MI 49201

517-208-0097


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Do you need a lawyer for a contested case?

There are important options that must be considered if you and your spouse cannot agree on the divorce settlement. Common issues surrounding disagreement most often include: child support, alimony, distribution of property and custody of children. You should note, however, that a judge can take action to make the decisions without involvement from either party. Unfortunately, litigation can be very involved in this type of situation, and can cause further emotional pressure within the family. Your best option is to hire the legal services of an attorney from our firm, to assist you during this difficult time.

Contesting a divorce can be costly and take longer than an uncontested case. However, often times this is the best option. In most situations, either party does not want to take the case to trial, but it can be in both parties’ best interest to do so. We often see, high net worth legal matters require trial, because the parties cannot agree on the terms for distribution of property on their own. Another example of a case that may be contested – includes minor children or complicated estates. You will need the legal advice of our attorneys at Rappleye and Rappleye to assist when these important assets are at stake.

Get Help from the Experienced Law Firm of Rappleye & Rappleye P.C.

The primary difference that should be considered between uncontested and contested legal disputes is whether court intervention is necessary, to negotiate an agreement. These are not a very easy situations, despite which type is chosen. An uncontested matter, for the most part, could be much smoother than one that is contested. Whether separating in an agreeable manner or full of contention, you may wish to choose your type of legal professional accordingly. Our firm has excelled in representing our clients since 1956, here in Michigan – on a full range of divorce matters including property and asset division, spousal support, and child custody.

Legal separation can be a life changing event as the decisions made can stay with you for many years. More importantly than ever, it must be handled in the correct manner. It is critical to choose an experienced lawyer, if you are facing family law issues. It is also important to know your rights, to help guide you to the best possible outcome to your case.

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