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  Whether in fits of rage or weary sighs, you and your spouse agree on one thing: it's over.

Now what? There's no way to avoid court entirely, since every divorce begins with the filing of a petition for dissolution, and concludes with a judge's decree. But the way you travel from Point A to Point Z is largely up to you and your spouse.

If your marriage hasn't deteriorated into "The War of the Roses," perhaps you can avoid paying a lawyer to duke it out in court.

Take our self-assessment quiz below to help you decide if you and your spouse can negotiate directly. If successful, you may avoid the expense, delay and emotional strain of a court battle.

This exercise is not intended as legal advice. Any significant decision affecting your rights should be arrived at only through consultation with an experienced lawyer.

Number of questions: 10
Time required: 5 minutes


TAKE THE QUIZ
 


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