Uncontested Divorce

Las Vegas Uncontested Divorce Attorney

Finalizing Your Divorce Settlement in Nevada

Every divorce case is unique. In some cases, the parties have come to agreement on all of the terms of their divorce before filing. In Nevada, this is considered an uncontested divorce, and with the assistance of an efficient attorney, the paperwork can be relatively straightforward.

We are Donn W. Prokopius, Chtd., experienced Las Vegas-based divorce lawyers handling uncontested divorces for clients throughout Southern Nevada. We are dedicated to carefully advising clients of their options and handling their cases in as stress-free a manner as possible.

Understanding What Makes a Divorce Case Uncontested

An uncontested divorce is one in which the spouses getting divorced have resolved all of the terms of their divorce before filing with the court. The major issues that must be fully resolved before an uncontested divorce can be filed are:

  • Division of assets and debts
  • Alimony
  • Child custody
  • Child support

If you feel that it is necessary to file and serve your spouse with divorce papers before it will be possible for the two of you to sit down and work out a divorce settlement, your divorce will be considered contested, even if you eventually come to an amicable settlement.
We are experienced at helping clients decide, given their own unique marital circumstances, whether uncontested or contested divorce is the right option.

Carefully Guiding You Through the Process

Uncontested divorce allows for a faster, less expensive and less stressful process. However, it is important to consider all of the details, from how your retirement accounts will be divided, to who will cover your children’s medical expenses, before filing.

If you and your spouse are in basic agreement about the terms of your divorce, We encourage you to contact us to discuss whether uncontested divorce is an option. We can also assist clients who are not prepared to get divorced with legal separation agreements.


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