Qualified Help With Your Uncontested Divorce

An uncontested divorce may be right for you if both you and your partner are willing to work together to find an agreeable solution. Texas couples without children and with simple and clear assets can benefit from an uncontested divorce. A couple with children who understands and agrees upon the roles they will play after the divorce are also good candidates for an uncontested divorce.

Navigating The Legal Process

At Pfister & Associates, we help couples navigate the legal process by drafting the necessary documents and divorce agreement. If you and your partner have a solid understanding of your assets and a shared vision of child care, it may be in your best interest to seek an uncontested divorce. In an uncontested divorce usually both parties have an attorney. At Pfister & Associates we advocate for and protect our client.

The Advantages Of An Uncontested Divorce

There are many advantages to this type of divorce beyond it being low-cost and relatively fast. An uncontested divorce is an amicable divorce that is also:

  • Low conflict
  • Private
  • An opportunity to negotiate the terms
  • More control over the final outcome

When A Divorce Is More Complex

While an uncontested divorce is a good fit for some couples, it is not the best choice for some situations. If you have any of the following, consider speaking with an attorney about other options, including a contested or high-conflict divorce:

  • Violence within the marriage
  • Children with special needs
  • Complex assets
  • A family business
  • When one spouse has little or no knowledge of the family's assets
  • High net worth
  • Contested custody, support or visitation issues
  • Non-traditional visitation issues

When either party lacks the financial expertise to fairly value the property, then other options should be explored with a qualified attorney. If detailed or unorthodox custody arrangements need to be made, an attorney can ensure that the agreement is fair and in the best interest of the children involved.

Contact the Frisco firm of Pfister & Associates for effective representation by a team of both compassionate and family law certified attorneys. Call us at 972-712-6700. You may also fill out this form online and we will get in touch with you. We serve Collin County, Denton County, Dallas County and Tarrant County. We are your uncontested divorce lawyers.