Bristol County Divorce Attorney Explains the Contested Divorce Process
As an experienced Bristol County Divorce Attorney, I am often asked by clients about the contested divorce process. A contested divorce is where both parties can not agree at the onset of the divorce. Fault grounds are not used during a contest divorce. A complaint for divorce is filed instead of a joint petition because in order to have a petition, you must have an agreement at the time you start the divorce proceeding . At the end of the divorce, the majority end up with an agreement. Even though a divorce might start off as contested, it’s often ended with an agreement between the parties.
Are you starting the divorce process because you and your spouse can’t agree? Contact experienced Bristol County Divorce Attorney Cynthia Hanley for representation during a contested divorce.