The unfortunate reality of divorce is that the spouses seeking it normally dislike each other. In most cases, dislike is too nice of a word for the feelings that spouses feel toward each other. Divorcing spouses generally do agree that they want the divorce proceedings to be simple and fast, but that is rarely the case in a contested divorce. For spouses who can agree that they want a faster and easier divorce and are willing to agree on the terms of their divorce, an uncontested divorce may be ideal.
This article will explain the nature of an uncontested divorce and Arizona uncontested divorce law. Ifyou still have any questions after reading this article or would like to file for an uncontested divorce, you should consult with an experienced divorce attorney.
Uncontested Divorce in Arizona Defined
Unlike many other states, Arizona does not provide a specific procedure for filing for uncontested divorce. Instead, spouses must file for divorce normally. The court will then categorize your petition as uncontested upon the filing of a separation agreement. A separ