Not all divorces end up in court. In many situations, it is possible to settle terms through uncontested divorce. Uncontested divorce has a few benefits: it is usually more time-efficient than contested divorce, which could save you significant sums of money. It can also lead to less animosity afterward because you must both agree to the terms.

How Uncontested Divorce Begins

At the law firm of Darren A. Sipes, we always pursue an uncontested divorce first if possible. We know this is an emotionally strained time but it is still possible to work toward mutual terms and benefit from an uncontested divorce.

We start by reaching out to the other spouse and offering proposals that help facilitate the process. From there, we can begin to negotiate a resolution or to discern that an uncontested divorce is not feasible.

Attorney Darren Sipes is trained in mediation and has the resources to guide you through alternative options to court. We will work to find the solution that is best for you.

When Contested Divorce Is Necessary

If one spouse is unwilling to negotiate or attempt a compromise, contested divorce is the only option. Processes such as mediation require willingness to participate from both sides.

If your divorce goes to court, we are ready to fight for your rights and protect what is most important to you. With over 20 years of experience, we understand the legal and emotional complexities of divorce. We will always aim for the best outcome possible.

Discuss Your Options With A Lawyer

We are ready to listen and help you in any way we can. You can contact us online or call the office at 502-378-5587 for a free consultation. We serve clients throughout Brandenburg and North Central Kentucky.