When spouses cannot reach an equitable agreement, their attorneys must present the case before the county court and the court must make the final decision on all issues the couple is not able to negotiate and agree upon.
Due to the emotionally charged circumstances that may lead couples to divorce, many people believe they must count on the courts to help them obtain a fair settlement. Some situations — such as an imbalance of power or abuse within a marriage — may require filing a contested divorce in court.
In contested divorces, the litigation process can take a year or more to complete and ultimately results in larger attorney fees and other expenses for each of the involved parties.
The attorneys at DiOrio & Sereni, LLP have decades of experience providing valuable legal insight to guide you through the vital decisions that affect the lives of your family in a contested divorce.
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