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Last week we covered what a Postnuptial Agreement is. Click the link right here to read that blog post. Today we will go over what a Contested Divorce is.

A Divorce is when spouses decide to dissolve their marriage and they receive a judgment from the Courts. A Contested Divorce is one in which the parties are in disagreement with at least one issue in the divorce process.

What issues might they be disagreeing about? Common ones involve disputes regarding children or the division of assets. When something is in dispute (not in agreeance), this is when you have a Contested Divorce. It can be a lengthy, complicated process. And it can sometimes be very emotional.

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Sean Oster, Esq.


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