How Much Is A Divorce?
Cost Considerations And Uncontested Divorce
You’ve decided to get divorced. But how much do you really want to pay for it?
As with so many things in life, the options about how to proceed come with different price tags. If you and your spouse have a lot of conflict and can’t agree on the terms of your split, the costs are likely to be high, both emotionally and financially. But if you are in basic agreement about what should happen, an uncontested divorce that minimizes stress and expense is the way to go.
At Davis Divorce Law, we make it possible for people who need a simple divorce in Pennsylvania to get one at the affordable, flat-rate fee of $219.00. If you and the spouse you are divorcing see eye-to-eye on common divorce issues, the uncontested divorce that we can file for you makes a lot of sense.
Price Of Divorce And The Degree Of Conflict
We help people who need a low-cost divorce get one as simply and easily as possible. We have many years of experience helping clients throughout Pennsylvania move forward with their family lives without running up the bill.
Of course, it is possible to spend a lot more than the $219.00 that we charge. As stated above, chose a kit and you will pay more for sure… and may not be able to complete the process.
Getting Value For Your Divorce Dollars
Ultimately, the question of how much a divorce costs cannot be answered in the abstract. For you, the answer depends on the facts of your specific situation.
As you consider your options, it pays to consider the benefits of a simple, simple, uncontested no-fault divorce. These benefits do not only include lower costs and less stress than a contested divorce. By finding common ground with the spouse you are divorcing, you can shape the new structure of your family life – and not have it imposed by a court or by controlling lawyers.
Contact us online or call toll free at 800-486-4070 to begin the process of getting an simple, uncontested, no-fault divorce. We will send you information on how to proceed and use our legal experience to point you toward a more favorable future.