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Affordable Divorce or Cheap Divorce

Family Law Attorney Representing Fort Lauderdale Residents with Cheap Payment Plans

Divorce may be an expensive and lengthy process, but it does not need to be. At the Law Offices of Scott Fistel, we understand how stressful the expense of a divorce may be, which is why we are committed to offering clients reasonable prices for our services. Fort Lauderdale affordable divorce lawyer Scott Fistel has been practicing family law for 15 years and will make every effort to resolve your matter in an effective and efficient manner. Moreover, our office is located directly across from the Broward County courthouse, so we do not need to charge our clients any travel costs or parking fees to go to court for them. At our firm, a cheap divorce does not mean that you are compromising on the quality of legal representation. It simply means that you are paying only what is fair and appropriate.

Pursuing an Affordable Divorce in South Florida

A divorce, also known as a dissolution of marriage, may be sought in two ways under Florida law. The more common form is known as a “regular dissolution of marriage,” while the other form is known as a “simplified dissolution of marriage.”

A regular dissolution of marriage may be contested or uncontested. A contested divorce is one in which the parties cannot agree on a number of major issues, such as property division, child custody, or others. In these situations, a judge will examine the overall situation and circumstances of the spouses and make a final determination about each issue. An uncontested divorce, on the other hand, is one in which both spouses agree about issues regarding marital property, debt, and minor children. In either case, we always seek to resolve our clients’ matters through a low-cost divorce whenever possible.

In a simplified divorce, the spouses must not have any minor children from the marriage, the wife must not be pregnant at the time of filing for the divorce, and both spouses must attend the final divorce hearing.

For either type of divorce, one spouse must have lived in Florida for six months prior to filing for divorce. Florida is a “no fault” state, which means that neither party is required to prove that their spouse was at fault for causing the divorce. Instead, it is sufficient that the marriage is “irretrievably broken.” The court does not require any corroborating evidence to prove that a marriage is irretrievably broken.

Consult an Affordable Divorce Lawyer in Fort Lauderdale

At the Law Offices of Scott Fistel, we are committed to helping you understand your legal rights and options. We understand that legal fees may be very burdensome on many people, which is why we offer flexible payment plans that are tailored to each client’s financial situation. Fort Lauderdale affordable divorce attorney Scott Fistel proudly represents people in many South Florida cities, including Pembroke Pines, Hollywood, Miramar, Coral Springs, Pompano Beach, Davie, Plantation, Sunrise, Lauderhill, Weston, Tamarac, Margate, Hallandale Beach, Lauderdale Lakes, and other areas of Broward County. Call us at 561-318-1508 or contact us online to set up a free consultation with a family law attorney. Se habla español.


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