Uncontested Dissolution

Posted by Shannon PayneJun 04, 20130 Comments

When both parties in a divorce are able to agree on all matters, such as, the division of real and personal property, child custody and visitation, child support, and spousal support, the parties may present their agreement to the court as an uncontested matter.  By proceeding in this matter is likely to save the parties money and expedite the dissolution process.  For more information on Uncontested Divorce and settlement agreements contact Payne Law Group at (323) 834-2889 for a free consultation.