Whether you are in a civil union or a marriage, sometimes, things just go sour. Has your relationship gotten to the point where you both simply want out right now? Quickly filing for divorce and speeding up the divorce process can bring the relationship to an end in an expedited fashion. But how does that happen? To have the process done in a speedy manner, one of the most important things is for both parties involved to be on the same page. Topics such as the following must be agreed upon as closely as possible:
- Child custody
- Child support, and more
So you don’t have to stay with the individual in question any longer than necessary, we’re going to explore some ways in which divorces can be sped up.
Speedy Divorces – Why Bother?
You likely have your own unique reasons why you want the divorce process to move along as quickly as possible. Here are some of the reasons why people opt for a fast divorce:
- Extended family issues
- Foster care problems
- Due to a work transfer, relocation to a different state
- Selling the family home
- The sale of a business is pending
- Child custody problems
Note: Until the divorce is finalized, both spouses may be required to stay in New Jersey. It all depends on the judge’s discretion and the county of litigation.
How to Get Things Moving
The more you can agree with your soon-to-be ex-spouse, the faster the divorce process can go. This is sometimes difficult to achieve, but disagreements will be detrimental to the speed of your divorce. Unfortunately, it can be hard to agree with what your ex-spouse says or thinks. If you agreed on everything, you might not be in this situation in the first place. However, if you’re both truly interested in getting this divorce over as quickly as possible, the terms of the divorce will need to be agreed upon as well as other aspects.
The kind of divorce that’s being referred to here is called an uncontested divorce. This is because none of the terms of the divorce are being contested by either spouse.
Romanowski Law Offices Can Help with Divorces and Family Law Issues
The representatives of Romanowski Law Offices are supportive, responsive, and compassionate. We understand how hard divorce can be and the desire to get through the process as amicably and quickly as possible.
Through the years, we have dedicated ourselves to not only our clients but constant improvement, education, and advancement. To meet the needs of our clients, we develop innovative legal solutions. Today, we offer expert assistance and representation in the following areas:
- Child Support/Alimony
- Child Custody
- Family Law
- Separation, Annulment, Civil Union Dissolution, Divorce
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Domestic Violence
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