Contested & Uncontested Divorce Attorney Connecticut
If you or your spouse has decided your marriage has come to an end, the attorneys at Ryan & Tyma are here to help you. We can protect your rights, interests and future in divorce proceedings ― whether you are involved in a contested or uncontested divorce.
Talk to one of our attorneys today regarding your contested or uncontested divorce. Call Ryan & Tyma toll free at 888.741.7051 or locally at 203.924.2601 to arrange your consultation.
Skilled Attorneys Are On Your Side
Ryan & Tyma has served our community for more than 25 years. We have extensive knowledge of Connecticut's divorce laws. We are dedicated to reaching a divorce agreement as efficiently and inexpensively as possible. This means we don't turn your divorce into our financial opportunity. Rather, we do all we can to keep your costs under control.
An uncontested divorce involves an agreement of the parties which is accepted by the court. If there are outstanding issues, we can help you to reach a negotiated settlement. In an uncontested divorce, you and the other party reach an agreement on each of the following issues:
However, it is important to note that an uncontested divorce is not always quick or easy to achieve. There may still be certain amounts of disagreements and negotiations that require the attention of one of our experienced attorneys.
Connecticut is a no fault divorce state; either party can bring a divorce action. In a contested divorce, the parties are unable to agree on one or all issues. If the parties cannot agree and a judge must decide the case, he or she will consider several factors, including the length of the marriage, age of the parties, amount and sources of income, cause of the breakdown of the marriage, and other factors in determining property division or spousal support. If your contested divorce cannot be resolved out of court, our knowledgeable attorneys proceed toward the courtroom. We are focused on obtaining the best possible outcome, an outcome that protects your rights, your future and your children.
Talk to one of our experienced attorneys today. Contact us to schedule your consultation.