Divorce can be a very stressful and expensive process for a couple. We understand this and want to help alleviate the financial burden and turmoil that a divorce can create. Florida Law Advisers, P.A., offers many innovative solutions to the traditional contested divorce, such as a low-cost flat fee divorce. Our flat fee divorce can cover all of the same issues as a contested divorce, such as child support, alimony, child custody, and property division. If you and your spouse agree on the terms of the marriage dissolution, our flat fee divorce program may be an ideal fit for your needs. A flat fee divorce can save you time and money on your divorce in Florida.
With the help of an experienced Tampa divorce lawyer at our firm, your flat fee divorce can be completed in as little as 20 days. On the other hand, contested divorces can take many months and, in some cases, years to complete. Our professional legal team will help draft all the necessary legal documents and efficiently navigate your divorce through the Florida court system. If an issue arises that cannot be amicably resolved between the two parties, you can rest assured that you have a team of skilled attorneys ready to defend your rights in court. Our divorce lawyers are very knowledgeable of Florida divorce law and are skilled advocates in the courtroom.
Consult With a Divorce Attorney in Tampa About Flat Fee Divorce Representation
We understand how stressful a divorce can be and we want to provide solutions, not add to your burden with overpriced legal fees. There are no hidden fees; our low-cost flat fee divorce covers all attorney fees and all filing, copy, courier, and postage costs. If you are looking to work with an experienced Florida family law firm that is committed to resolving your case in a stress-free and cost-effective manner, contact us today. Our initial consultation is confidential and free.
Frequently Asked Questions
Generally, it is the same as any other divorce, the only difference is that instead of being charged an hourly fee you are charged a flat-fee. The flat fee should include all the costs for the case.
Yes, typically a flat fee divorce is less expansive than paying the lawyer based on an hourly rate. The hourly rate for an attorney typically ranges between $275 – $400 an hour.
The costs will vary based on the specifics of each case. Generally, the legal fees for a flat-fee divorce range between $1,500 – $2,500.
Normally, a flat fee divorce takes 60 – 120 days to complete. However, the timeframe for a divorce will vary based on the specific circumstances of each case.