An uncontested divorce can be put through the Courts generally when the parties have agreed upon the terms of a divorce. A party can contest the terms of a divorce but generally cannot prevent the divorce itself if the other party wishes to go forward with a divorce. If the parties agree upon the terms of a divorce generally the terms are drafted into the form of a matrimonial or property settlement agreement. The MSA or PSA will contain all the terms of your divorce which may include terms about alimony, child custody, child support, equitable distribution of property, division of retirement accounts and debt of the parties. Other terms include how taxes will be paid, extracurricular costs or expenses for the children, college tuition and expenses, credit card debt payment, car loans or lease payments, payment of mortgages or refinancing of mortgages of marital property.