Divorce Laws: How Long Will My Divorce Take?

divorce lawyer Daniel LambertQuestion:

I’m curious if there are divorce laws regarding how long the divorce process can last.

It seems like every time my ex-wife and I are about to finalize our divorce, she finds something new and continues to drag the case on.

When will my divorce be over?

Answer:

While I am not licensed to practice law in your jurisdiction, I can provide you with general divorce help for men. I encourage you to speak with a mens divorce attorney in your area for specific legal advice on divorce.

Divorces can take anywhere from a couple of months to a couple of years. Generally, your speed is dictated by statutory regulations, the court’s availability, and your personal agreements.

Contested cases, where the parties disagree on issues like child custody, child support, and property division will typically last much longer than uncontested cases. Each case is unique and the timeframe from beginning to end of any given case varies.

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I cannot confidently advise you on the potential duration of your divorce action because I do not know the details of your case.

To schedule an appointment with a divorce attorney, including Daniel L. Lambert, an Associate Attorney in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin, office, please contact Cordell & Cordell Law Firm.

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