Uncontested Divorce Lawyer in Washington State

What is Uncontested Divorce

An uncontested divorce is a type of divorce where spouses agree on all the major issues. There are usually some details to work through, but in an uncontested case an agreement is reached early on, typically before any paperwork is filed with the court.

An agreement can be reached informally between the spouses, through early mediation or with the assistance of an attorney. Generally, an uncontested case means both spouses agreed to the divorce terms outside of the court system.

People refer to uncontested divorce in many ways such as agreed divorce, amicable divorce, collaborative divorce and mutual divorce. The common theme of each is a peaceful and low conflict divorce.

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Major benefits of Uncontested Divorce

Uncontested divorce highlights

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No Court Dates
In Washington, if you reach an agreement you can finalize your divorce without going to court.
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Low Cost Solution
On average, contested divorce costs over $27,000, uncontested divorce costs less than 10% of that.
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Fast Process
Once an agreement is reached your paperwork can be ready and filed with the court in a few days.
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What to expect from Uncontested Divorce

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