Consent Decree

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Not all divorce cases are contested. An “uncontested” divorce simply means that the parties have reached agreements on all issues in their divorce case. These issues often pertain to:

  • Legal Decision-Making (divorce with children)
  • Parenting Time (divorce with children)
  • Child Support (divorce with children)
  • Financial Issues
    • Distribution of Debts and Assets
    • Distribution of Retirement Benefits
    • Spousal Maintenance
    • Tax Issues
  • Property Issues
    • Real Property
    • Personal Property
    • Community Property
    • Sole and Separate Property

When the parties agree to settle all the issues in their divorce case, they can file a Consent Decree outlining the specific terms and/or conditions of their agreements. A Consent Decree will often include other supporting documentation depending on the complexity of the issues settled. For instance, if minor children are involved, the parties will typically include a Parenting Plan Agreement. Additionally, if the parties have a lot of property issues that are being settled along with conditions on how the property is being distributed, they may include a Property Settlement Agreement. When the Consent Decree is properly filed, a judge will typically sign off on the Consent Decree making it an enforceable Order of the Court without further proceedings.

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