Going through a divorce is often a difficult end to a very significant chapter in one’s life. In many cases, the individuals who are going through the divorce want the process to be over as soon as possible so they can get started with the next phase so they can put this time behind them. One of the questions that many people ask when they begin the divorce process is in regards to how long the divorce will take.
It is hard to say how long a divorce will take because there are so many different factors that go into any divorce and each couple’s situation is completely different from the next. One of the ways that the length of a divorce can vary is based upon the number of contested matters that the couple has. Some couples may have a lot of contested matters but can resolve them in a relatively quick amount of time, which will ultimately make the divorce go faster than a couple who cannot resolve their contested issues quickly. In addition, if the couple makes the decision to get a mediated divorce and they can communicate effectively, their divorce can be finalized in just a manner of mediation sessions. As previously mentioned, each divorce is different and some take longer than others. If you have questions about divorce, contact our firm today.
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