If you have been calling around, you are probably getting quotes of around $2,500 for a divorce without children, and $3,500 or more for a divorce with children. If you are interested in saving on your divorce, I can probably help you.
Why are attorney’s fees so high?
Getting a divorce is not always a simple matter. Depending on the facts of your case, it could take hours and hours of your attorney’s time. Because many attorneys have a broad divorce practice, they may not have specialized in quick divorces, meaning that you face a higher bill—even if your case is a simple one.
Fortunately, it is possible to get a divorce for less money than you would spend on a weekend vacation. I have developed a quick and easy process that saves time and money on many divorces. Further, because I charge a flat fee instead of billing by the hour, I can tell you right up front exactly what your divorce will cost you—no surprise bills that you were not budgeting for.
Saving money on your Kansas divorce by agreeing to terms up front
I only take uncontested divorces, meaning that the terms of the divorce have been agreed upon (or will be agreed upon prior to filing the divorce). By focusing my practice into this niche, I have been able to streamline the process, saving you money.
For you, this means that (depending on the facts of your case) you can get a divorce with as little as 30 minutes of your time, and without the need for a lengthy and stressful court hearing. Contact me today for a free consultation. After a 5-10 minute phone call, I will be able to give you an exact quote for your divorce.
There is no obligation for the initial quote, and I am happy to answer any questions you may have during the consultation. I look forward to working with you!