When a marriage breaks down, it's natural to want to assign blame. For many couples, however, there is no singular reason for divorce. When this is the case, couples file for a no-fault divorce.
Property Division and Custody in a No-Fault Divorce
To avoid having the court decide on matters like property division, alimony, and custody, it’s best to reach an agreement with your soon-to-be former spouse outside of court. An experienced no-fault divorce lawyer is an invaluable resource when it comes to drafting an agreement that is fair to both parties.
It’s important to note that during any type of divorce, these judgements cannot be made after the divorce is granted. This is why it is imperative to reach agreements during divorce proceedings, not after.
Consult with a No-Fault Divorce Lawyer
While a no-fault divorce is typically quicker than other types of divorce, it is still a difficult time. At Doyle Law Group, our goal is to take away the stress of the administrative side of divorce so you can focus on moving forward. To learn more about our divorce mediation services or to schedule your consultation with a no-fault divorce lawyer, call (919) 301-8843 or complete the form below.