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Contested Divorce Cases in Bowling Green

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No two divorces are alike, but one thing most cases have in common is that there are several issues both spouses don’t see eye-to-eye on. When this is the case, they usually opt to have a judge get involved and make a ruling for them. These cases are known as “contested divorces” and while they are the most common type of divorce, they can also be some of the most difficult to navigate. If you are going through a contested divorce, it’s strongly advised you have a Bowling Green divorce attorney on your side who can help you present your case and reach the best possible solution.

At the Law Office of Pamela C. Bratcher, we have helped clients obtain the solutions they’ve been seeking to their family law matters since 1988. Attorney Bratcher and her team strive to provide every client with the one-on-one attention their case deserves. As a seasoned divorce lawyer, Attorney Bratcher knows that your family law matter is of the utmost importance to your life, and you expect it to be treated as such. We believe there is no such thing as a small case, and we always give you the unwavering dedication and consummate professionalism you would expect from your attorney. No matter how complex your case may be, you can trust that Attorney Bratcher will put your best interests first and protect your rights to help you obtain the best possible outcome.

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Difficulties of a Contested Divorce

Uncontested divorces can only occur when both spouses agree both on getting a divorce and on all of the terms regarding the divorce itself. As you may imagine, this is exceedingly rare so the majority of divorces become contested in some ways.

Contested divorces often have disagreements over the following provisions:

  • Child custody
  • Child support
  • Property/debt division
  • Spousal support

Sometimes negotiation or mediation can help both parties come to an agreement over one or all of the terms they didn’t see eye to eye on, thus ending the need for a court case. This is known as a settlement, which is usually one of the most beneficial solutions since it won’t be appealed.

It’s becoming more and more common for spouses to try to “do their own divorce,” but these can usually only occur when both parties are almost completely in agreement on the terms. It’s not advised you try to navigate your case on your own if you and your spouse are in disagreement over one or more major topics. Let an attorney represent you and protect your rights to make sure your rights are protected throughout the process.

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