An uncontested divorce is where the parties have no issues unresolved. Custody, support and a division of property have all been agreed upon. Quite often the parties at that point will sign a Property Settlement Agreement to be incorporated into the Final Decree of Divorce.
Uncontested divorces are generally filed on the one-year and six-month no-fault grounds depending on the circumstances. These divorces can be processed quickly. All issues must be resolved; the parties must have lived apart for the required period of time; and, the spouse is willing to cooperate.
Experienced Virginia Divorce Attorney
The dissolution of a marriage involves crucial decisions about the welfare of your children and the equitable division of your assets. Divorce attorney J. Barbour Rixey, P.C. considers all aspects of your divorce to reach the best possible solutions regarding:
- Alimony/Spousal Support
- Child Custody
- Child Visitation
- Child Support
- Paternity Determination
- Protective Orders
- Separation Agreements
- Sale of a Marital Home
- Distribution of Personal Property, Bank Accounts & Assets
- Division of Marital Debt
- Temporary Support, Child and/or Spousal Support
You need a skilled divorce litigator on your side.
Sometimes litigation is necessary to reach a just and equitable resolution. We successfully represent clients throughout the litigation process.
J. Barbour Rixey has represented clients seeking a divorce, both contested and uncontested, for over thirty years. It is a time when you need to have an experienced ally on your side.
Let us work for you and help you achieve what you need to move forward.