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Uncontested divorce could be a simpler way to end your marriage

The decision to end a marriage is never an easy one to make, no matter the circumstances. However, there are times in which it may be possible to make this complex and difficult process a bit easier. For you, this may mean filing for an uncontested divorce.

No need to go to court with an uncontested divorce

When you are getting ready to embark on the process of divorce, you may naturally be concerned about how acrimonious the process will be. After all, going to trial often fans the flames of frustration and anger, which, in turn, causes the divorce process to be lengthier and more arduous than what many really want it to be.

Marriage and divorce the second time around

You may never have believed your first marriage would end in divorce. In fact, you may have had the same expectations for your second marriage. Nevertheless, here you are considering the pros and cons of ending this marriage. Maybe you feel like you are going in circles, reliving the same conflicts that brought down your first marriage. Or maybe you just feel like it was a mistake to try again so soon.

A prenup could help you protect assets in the event of divorce

Because asset division can often cause the most contention when going through a divorce, you may wonder whether you could streamline the process. Luckily, you can take steps before you even get married to determine how to split your marital property and how to handle other life aspects in the event of divorce. Creating a prenuptial agreement could help you and your future spouse lay the groundwork for a quicker -- though not necessarily inevitable -- divorce.

Avoiding courtroom drama through divorce mediation

Nowadays the word alternative is attached to many phrases, such as alternative music, alternative medicine and alternative food choices. It's not surprising then, that there are also new alternatives where family law matters are concerned. In fact, if you're preparing to divorce in the near future, you may want to consider a popular alternative to litigation known as divorce mediation. This is a process where you agree to allow a third party to facilitate a dispute resolution process as you seek an agreeable settlement with your soon-to-be former spouse.

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