Applying for an Uncontested Divorce in Calgary: Part 2

June 28, 2016

In Part 1 of this article, you learned that an uncontested divorce can seem attractive, but isn't always the best decision. Though filing for an uncontested divorce with the Calgary Court is often the fastest way to secure a divorce, it can leave you at a significant disadvantage if you make a hasty agreement. When you and your spouse jointly own property or other assets, when there are children involved, or when ongoing support might be owed, it is often in your best interest to consult with an experienced Calgary divorce lawyer before you file any paperwork with the Court.

Working with a divorce lawyer doesn't mean you can't still file for a quick and easy uncontested divorce. It simply means you get the benefit of having an experienced Calgary legal professional look over your agreement and other relevant information before you file with the Court. It means you have someone who you know is looking out for your best interests and making sure your legal rights are protected.

No one wants a divorce to be any harder than it has to be. Partnering with a divorce lawyer is a good way to ensure you get a resolution that is not only efficient but fair, and that gives you the best possible foundation for your new life.

Other Considerations Before Going Alone in an Uncontested Divorce

In addition to all of the other concerns regarding uncontested divorces here in Calgary, the sheer amount of paperwork involved is often off-putting to many. Though an uncontested divorce may be simpler in many ways, it is not as simple as filling out a form and moving on. Depending on the details of the divorce and the agreement you and your ex-spouse reach, there could be multiple forms that need to be signed by both parties and approved by a judge in the Calgary Courts.

Ensuring that all documents are properly filled out and filed in a timely fashion is another reason working with an experienced Calgary divorce lawyer is often worthwhile, even for an uncontested divorce. A lawyer's education and experience adds extra assurance that your divorce will be properly recorded and truly final, and will reduce the work and stress you experience when it comes to the divorce process itself. This can allow you to focus on other aspects of your life, giving you the freedom to spend your time thinking about the future.

Contact a Calgary Divorce Lawyer Today

If you are considering filing for divorce in the greater Calgary area and would like to speak to an experienced Calgary divorce lawyer, please contact our office today.


This entry was posted in Blog, tagged Divorce Law and posted on June 28, 2016


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