When you and your spouse are committed to working together and resolving your uncontested divorce, Attorney Marc P. Feldman takes a collaborative and mediation approach to help you find a middle-ground position that is acceptable to both.Once you bring us an outline with all of the issues that you and your spouse have agreed to, we draft a formal divorce agreement that the court will accept. We approach the agreement on an issue-by-issue basis. Once an issue is agreed to by both of you, we move to the next issue. This approach of working with your spouse offers improvements to the old, adversarial system where both spouses are pitted against each other in court, retaining expensive attorneys on each side.
What is the Definition of an Uncontested Divorce?
You and your spouse must agree on every aspect of each of the issues related to your divorce. This means the terms and conditions of child support and alimony, custody and parenting, property division, allocation of debt, health insurance issues, and any other detail of your Separation Agreement.
What Happens if the Divorce Becomes Contested?
We usually try to get things to settle down, first by entering negotiations with your spouse’s lawyer. Sometimes it works; other times it does not. But when the other side is being unreasonable or unwilling to settle, our gloves come off. We are skilled, aggressive litigators prepared to put the full force of our entire law firm behind your case.
Benefits of Choosing an Uncontested Divorce
We understand that divorce can bring up feelings of anger, confusion, fear and sadness. While the emotions behind and leading up to divorce are a roller coaster, the actual divorce process doesn’t have to be. If you desire a divorce option that allows you to keep emotions at bay while also ensuring the decision will be fair, talk to us about a flat-fee, uncontested divorce.
If you answer “yes” to all the following questions, you can benefit from flat-fee divorce:
- Would you like to save time on your divorce? Flat-fee divorces are resolved within months, not years.
- Would you like to save money on your divorce? A contested divorce can cost upwards of $10,000 while flat-fee divorce starts at just $1,985.
- Are you able to work with your spouse to agree on all the issues? Flat-fee divorce only works if you and your spouse agree completely.
- Do you want to keep emotions, stress, and anxiety to a minimum? By avoiding court and committing to cooperation, you can avoid the stereotypical divorce roller coaster.
Do I Qualify for Flat-Fee Divorce?
You can only qualify for flat-fee divorce in New jersey if you and your spouse agree on all the terms of the divorce. And by “all the terms” we mean all the terms, including issues of child support and alimony, custody and parenting, property division, allocation of debt, health insurance issues, and the details of your Separation Agreement.
Low Costs for Flat-Fee Divorces
The Law office of Marc P. Feldman operates at a fraction of the cost expended by other law firms. We pass that substantial savings along to our clients. We built the firm to be profitable under these conditions, and even though our fees are dramatically lower than our competition, it’s a net gain for everyone.
Flat-Fee Divorce Starting At Just $1,985
Interested in pursuing a flat-fee divorce in New Jersey, call experienced divorce attorney Marc P. Feldman at 973-267-7555.