What Is A Consent Divorce/Divorce Agreement?
Just how acrimonious and lengthy your divorce will be depends a great deal on whether you and your spouse can still work together toward a common goal. If both hire reasonable, experienced legal counsel, it may be possible to work out major property division matters in advance, saving you time, money and stress.
At The Law Offices of Dawn K. Gull, we have more than 20 years of experience practicing divorce law in western Pennsylvania. Our lead attorney, Dawn K. Gull, provides practical solutions to help you reach a workable result so you can move on with your life.
Consent Divorces/Divorce Agreements Explained
Pennsylvania law allows for consent divorce, which means the spouses agree on a division of property plan. Property division is often the most contentious part of divorce, so if you and your spouse can reach an agreement, you will substantially reduce your legal expenses and shorten how long your case will take.
Even if you and your spouse are still on relatively good terms, you need a lawyer representing you during negotiations. Dawn K. Gull has earned a reputation as a tough family law litigator, which gives her clients the edge in any negotiation over the family home, cars, investment portfolios, closely owned businesses and more.
Consent divorce is not possible in every case, but it is a good option for many divorcing couples.