Easier Solutions Through Uncontested Divorce

At The Law Office of Castrovinci & Mady in Suffolk County, our divorce lawyers can assist those couples who are able to sort out the critical issues in divorce without a trial. An uncontested divorce allows you to avoid court and is a much faster resolution for marriage dissolution, and at a lower cost. The issues that are on the table include the following:

  • Child support
  • Child custody
  • Spousal support
  • Property division
  • Debt division

Our legal team has over 40 years of shared experience, and if you believe that your divorce can be resolved without litigation, we are ready to assist you. If there are any outstanding issues that must be resolved, we can work with your spouse's attorney and negotiate an agreement to help you avoid litigation. In fact, the agreements that are negotiated between two parties are more often complied with, as both were involved in the process rather than having these decisions imposed by court order after a trial.

Your Divorce Settlement In An Uncontested Divorce

You have a right to an equitable distribution of the marital property. This includes any real estate, bank accounts, stock accounts, retirement accounts, works of art, valuable antiques and all other possessions down to the family pets.

In an uncontested divorce, you can work out the terms of a settlement together. It is important that you do not needlessly sacrifice any portion of the marital property that you have a right to, and we can review any agreements you may have made with your spouse. What seems to be expedient now could cause you remorse later, and protecting your rights is always important.

A divorce settlement can be arranged in a number of ways, including a one-time payment, payments over time, or an equitable split as determined by the two parties. Our goal is to protect your rights to your share of the property and assets, and to protect your parental rights with regard to custody and visitation.

If you and your spouse have a reasonable agreement in place, we can help you by filing the appropriate paperwork so that your divorce is not dragged out needlessly due to errors or omissions or a failure to properly file all necessary documents. We are ready to help you move ahead with your new life, unencumbered with unresolved matters.

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