When couples with fairly equal incomes, few assets, and no kids divorce, the process can be extremely simple.
Any jointly owned or marital assets will be subject to equitable distribution, but many people in Brooklyn don’t own cars or their homes, especially when they’re younger and establishing themselves in their careers.
If you and your spouse don’t have substantial assets and your incomes are similar, there may not be anything to win.
Without these flashpoints, you and your spouse may be able to reach a settlement agreement between yourselves, run it past your lawyers to make sure it says and means what you think it does, and then file an uncontested divorce.
This is generally the fastest and most cost-effective type of divorce, so while there may be nothing in particular to “win,” by most standards, a cheap and easy divorce counts as a big victory.
The attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino know that many of our clients don’t need hundreds of billable hours, just an experienced legal resource that can step in when needed.
Call us today at 718-725-9601 to learn how we can support you in an uncontested or contested divorce.