We make it a top priority to help you understand the process, the laws, and the potential outcomes. We want you to be properly equipped to make the best decisions. Decisions that will affect your future and your children’s future.
How a Divorce Lawyer Can Help
You cannot do this on your own. Even if spouses are agreeable with everything, it is a good idea to chat with a lawyer in case something is overlooked. If you are not agreeable, well, only a good lawyer can help. Organizing evidence, preparing for the courtroom, convincing a judge – a good lawyer can make all the difference. We will meet and strategize every aspect of your case. We will explain your rights and options. Together, we will set and fight for the goals for your case.
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Family Law Attorney Cost:
Most lawyers do not disclose their pricing. This means a client ends up receiving bill after bill from their lawyer and no way to know how much a case will cost in the end. We give full disclosure up front so you can budget accordingly. There are no hidden fees in my office.
- Pre-nuptial Agreement $300 – $1,000
- Post-Nuptial Agreement $1,500 – $3,500
Divorce / Custody:
- Uncontested Divorce $1,000
- Divorce with Child Custody $3,500 – $5,000
- Divorce with Alimony $2,500 – $5,000
- Divorce with Community Property $3,500 – $10,000
- All/Combination of the above $3,500 – $10,000
The fees above do not include expenses outside of our office, such as court costs, subpoena costs, property appraisals, etc. Those expenses typically range from $400 to $1,000.