In a contested divorce, spouses are simply unable to reach an agreement on key issues such as child custody, child support, property division, asset distribution, and temporary and/or permanent spousal support.
Sometimes there are complicating factors that make it difficult to reach an agreement such as characterizing and valuing complex executive benefits packages or determining spousal and child support obligations for high-income families. More often than not, even in complex cases at least some issues can be resolved by agreement once both parties have had the benefit of legal counsel. Other times, there are legitimate factual and/or legal arguments that a judge must decide after a trial.
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