Uncontested divorces are often the preference for parties who can agree on all matters as it relates to finance, custody, and division of assets. However, there is often a dispute about how one of these items should be divided through a divorce. If you are considering an uncontested divorce, Carlson & Work is able to walk you step by step through the process.

UNCONTESTED DIVORCE WITH CHILDREN

Carlson & Work can assist you with filing an uncontested joint petition for divorce.  Divorcing parties with children can file a joint petition when all of the terms of the divorce are uncontested.  That means that both parties agree on how they will divide all assets and debts.  Parties who file an uncontested joint petition can avoid going to Court and can get divorced quickly.  When filing an uncontested divorce with children, the parties must also agree on the child custody and visitation schedule as well as the child support amount.  Some parties make agreements to waive child support or choose an amount that works better for their family than Nevada law would require, but this requires permission from the Court that an attorney at Carlson & Work can assist with getting granted.  Carlson & Work can help you file your joint petition by negotiating settlement terms including property division, child custody, and support.

UNCONTESTED DIVORCE WITHOUT CHILDREN

Carlson & Work can assist you with filing an uncontested joint petition for divorce.  Divorcing parties can file a joint petition when all of the terms of the divorce are uncontested.  That means that both parties agree on how they will divide all assets and debts.  Parties who file an uncontested joint petition can avoid going to Court and can get divorced quickly.  Parties may have sole and community property pursuant to NRS Chapter 123.  Carlson & Work can help you review assets and debts acquired before and during marriage to determine a settlement agreement between divorcing spouses.  Parties can also determine if spousal support should be awarded and include that in their divorce agreement.

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