Divorce Bifurcation

One of the things that shocks a lot of people about the divorce process is how long it can take for a couple to finally get that divorce decree and be legally divorced. Of course an uncontested divorce can be completed fairly quickly if the parties agree on all the topics of the divorce, are quick to sign the stipulation agreement, and the court is willing to waive the 90-day waiting period. However, if the parties are going to fight over every issues of the divorce, custody, division of property, and others; as well as file temporary orders fight over those proceedings and object to the recommendations then the divorce process can take well over a year to complete.

Filing for a Divorce Bifurcation

Due to the possible lengthy nature of divorce proceedings the courts allow for parties to file for a bifurcation of their divorce. What this means is that the court will basically split your divorce into to issues, one that is settled immediately and only concerns you being legally divorced, and the other set aside for further proceedings which involves the division of marital assets and the like. What this process does is allows parties to move on with their life, start living as a single person and being legally divorced while they fight over all the other issues that are continuing in the court.

Ogden Family Law Attorney | Divorce Lawyer

With the help of a lawyer at Ogden Divorce Law you can be sure that your divorce case will be handled as efficiently as possible. Our attorneys are experience in family law and help numerous clients with their divorce. We will make sure you understand your options and protect your interests at every step along the process. If you are getting divorced in Ogden or other parts of Weber County then call Ogden Divorce Law today to find out how we can help you.

About Todd Peterson

Todd Peterson has been with Salcido Law firm for a number of years and specializes in Family Law practice. He is dedicated to helping people through the very difficult and highly emotionally charged times when they need a family law attorney.
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