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Divorce and Uncontested v. Contested Divorces, How Flat Fees May Be Used to Save You Money

Feb 8, 2016 @ 11:54 AM — by Michael Green

In an uncontested divorce as opposed to a contested divorce, flat fees may be used to save you money.  If you have an amicable divorce, where the parties know the terms of their divorce as to equitable distribution of assets and debts, alimony or spousal support, child support and child custody, a flat fee may be negotiated for specific services regarding a limited uncontested divorce.  A divorce where a property settlement agreement is drafted with all the terms of your divorce may make it easier for you to settle with your spouse about the terms of your divorce as you have a basis for discussion.  If you can agree on those terms, a divorce may be put through as a default divorce or uncontested divorce within generally the first three to four months of filing the complaint for divorce.  If you wish to have an uncontested divorce with a flat fee for services, call us to discuss your case in a free consultation today at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119.

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