You Can Have A More Peaceful Divorce – A Divorce With Aloha
Divorce doesn’t have to be a lengthy, contentious and expensive process. You and your spouse have the power to complete your divorce process calmly, amicably, and without ever having to go to Court. If you and your spouse can agree on the legal issues fairly and peacefully, then you have an amicable, uncontested divorce – a divorce with Aloha.
At Divorce With Aloha, L.L.C. in Honolulu, we can help you obtain a fair, amicable uncontested divorce. Our Honolulu team has over 15 years of experience assisting couples obtain a divorce through the Hawaii Family Court. We are dedicated to helping you complete the divorce process calmly, fairly, and in a dignified manner.
How Is Uncontested Divorce Different From Traditional Divorce?
A traditional contested divorce is an adversarial process which turns the spouses against each other. A contested divorce will take a year or longer to resolve, and it will cost each spouse, on the low end, $20,000 or more in attorney’s fees and costs. Even worse, the disputed issues in a contested divorce – including decisions on how to raise your children – are decided by a stranger to your family – a Family Court Judge. Why would you give up your parental rights to a stranger to decide how your children will be raised? Contested divorces are messy, stressful, expensive, and destructive to the family, making post-divorce co-parenting difficult, if not impossible.
In an uncontested divorce, the process takes 2-4 months, can be accomplished for a flat-fee, allows the spouses to retain 100% control over the final outcome and terms of the divorce, and creates an environment for successful post-divorce co-parenting. In an uncontested divorce, spouses can negotiate and agree on issues such as:
- Division of marital assets and debts
- Spousal support or alimony
- Child custody, including physical and legal custody and visitation
- Child support
An uncontested divorce allows the divorcing spouses to quickly start the healing process, avoiding the drama and stress involved in contested divorces.
How Do I Know If I Have An Uncontested Divorce?
If you and your spouse can agree on the relevant issues, such as the division of marital assets and debts, spousal support or alimony, and issues regarding the children, such as custody and visitation, then you are able to proceed with the Hawaii Family Court’s uncontested divorce process. At Divorce With Aloha, L.L.C., we will listen to you, answer all of your questions, explain the process, prepare all necessary legal documents, and be with you every step of the way.
A Flat-Fee Divorce Saves Money
We offer flat-fee arrangements for uncontested civilian and military divorces. This means that you will be told upfront what the divorce will cost – no retainer, no hourly rates, no hidden fees. Please contact us to learn more.
Does A Divorce With Aloha Sound Right For You?
If so, set up a consultation with us at 808-210-2583 or by filling out a short online form. We will assess your case and provide you with our flat-fee option. Please contact us today for a telephone consultation.