At EQUES it is our mission to help educate and empower our clients in understanding their complex legal matters. Often, we see similar questions arise from clients when one seeks a dissolution of marriage.
A dissolution is a non-contested, no-fault termination of the marriage.
It is suggested that the parties pursue dissolution if the parties agree that their marriage should be dissolved and agree as to the division of marital assets and debts, as well as other issues surrounding their marriage including custody of the minor children (if applicable). Regarding the said division of marital assets/property, as well as children (if applicable), the parties must agree on everything.
Typically, the dissolution process is quicker than pursuing a divorce and it is typically more affordable for the parties. However, keep in mind that at any point, one party may contest the dissolution proceedings and as such, a divorce would be required to dissolve the marriage.
Here at EQUES we are prepared to help you or your loved ones in pursuing a dissolution.
Our offices developed a flat-fee structure to provide you with the comfort of knowing exactly how much your dissolution will cost. Our flat-fee structure was developed to provide our clients with peace of mind during such a difficult time. We want all individuals, no matter your income status, to have the ability to retain EQUES.