A divorce is uncontested if both Parties have agreed to all terms of the divorce. For a divorce to be qualify as an Uncontested Divorce, the terms which must be agreed upon include a parenting plan of the Parties’ Minor Child(ren), if the Parties share Minor Children, with child support and visitation/time-sharing schedules, alimony and/or waiver of alimony, and distribution of the Parties’ assets and liabilities. If any of the aforementioned items are applicable, but are contested by one of the Parties, causing the Parties to be unable to reach a full and complete agreement, the divorce is contested and would not be classified as an Uncontested Divorce. If the Parties qualify for an Uncontested Divorce, we will prepare an agreement that is filed with the Court once divorce proceedings have been initiated. This is the most cost-effective form of divorce for the Parties due to the significant savings of legal fees and costs otherwise necessary to complete the divorce proceedings involving contested matters. In an Uncontested Divorce, we sometimes can offer you a flat fee retainer dependent upon the complexity of the marital estate.