“Contested” vs. “Uncontested” Divorces – So What Exactly is the Difference?

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In New York, a contested divorce is one where the parties do not agree on whether or not to get divorced, on what the grounds for divorce will be, and/or on all or some of the ancillary issues to the divorce including but not limited to durational/rehabilitative spousal maintenance, child support, and equitable distribution.  All or some of the issues stated …

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