Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce
An uncontested divorce would be ideal, but these cases are rare. Very seldom do divorcing couples agree on every single aspect of their split, and in those cases, the courts (and two separate Pennsylvania divorce lawyers) are necessary to complete the dissolution as fairly as possible. Call the Law Offices of Sheryl R. Rentz, P.C., for more details. Since 2001, Sheryl has been personally handling each case that comes into her Ardmore office. Dial (866) 290-9292 for a free initial consultation.
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