Common Divorce Questions

What can I expect during my divorce process?

No two divorces are the same. We will walk you through the process from start to finish, keeping you in the loop at every stage.

How much will a divorce cost me?

The price of a divorce depends heavily on whether the divorce will be uncontested or contested. An uncontested divorce, meaning both parties agree to the terms of the divorce, costs start as low as $999.99. There may be extra filing fees but we'll never leave you in the dark when it comes to costs.

If a divorce is contested, meaning the parties cannot both agree on finances or the children, it is not possible to give a set amount. Our goal is to settle with an Agreement rather than having a judge decide your future.

How long do divorces typically take?

For an uncontested divorce, if both parties are agreements to all terms, a divorce could be finalized in a few short months.

For a contested divorce, the courts aim for a divorce to be finalized within 6 to 9 months. However, that is not always possible if there are several issues the parties disagree on.

Due to COVID-19, can my case be handled remotely?

If you do not feel comfortable coming into our office, we can try our best to do as much of the process over the phone or through a virtual platform.

Due to COVID-19, the Supreme Court is allowing documents to be filed electronically. Additionally, the court is scheduling appearances either by phone or through a virtual platform.

Common Family Law Questions

1. How do I file a case in Family Court?

Due to COVID-19, petitions are being filed electronically. There is no need for you to know how to do this, as we will handle it for you.

2. Why would I need to file a petition in Family Court?

You may want to file for the first-time for custody, visitation, or child support. If custody, visitation, or child support was finalized with a court order, you may want to modify or enforce it