Uncontested Divorce FAQs

Uncontested Divorce in Virginia

From our experience, we know the Virginia uncontested divorce process can be confusing, so we are here to help. This FAQ section has answers to commonly asked questions and related information on a variety of issues and topics. We encourage you to use this section as your resource, and then we invite you to request a free consultation to discuss your questions about Virginia’s uncontested divorce in detail.

What is the difference between an uncontested divorce and a contested divorce?

Uncontested divorces are often referred to as simple divorces. An uncontested divorce occurs when the couple agrees to obtain a divorce and the issues surrounding it. A contested divorce is the type in which the spouses cannot agree on one or more issues or one party simply does not want the divorce.

How do I get a fast and affordable uncontested divorce in Virginia?
Should I use an online divorce site for a fast divorce in Virginia?
How can I file for separation in Virginia?
How long do I need to be separated before filing for divorce in Virginia?
How long will an uncontested divorce take to complete?
Divorce lawyers by the hour or flat fee?
What will be the total cost for the divorce process?
What is the cheapest way to get divorced in Virginia?
Do I need to live in Virginia to file a divorce in Virginia?
What are the steps for a standard uncontested divorce and uncontested divorces by publication?
What is a Separation and Property Settlement Agreement?

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