Fixed-Fee Divorce Representation
Get a Skilled, Highly-Qualified, and Experienced Divorce Attorney for a Fixed Fee.
Divorce fixed fees do exist! We understand that the last thing that you need when you are considering divorce is the additional stress and uncertainty of your lawyer charging you hundreds of dollars per hour with no end in sight.
That is where our law firm comes in. Our staff and Attorney Chad M. Layton, Esq. are dedicated to helping you achieve your most important goals in divorce without the stress and anxiety of hourly rates that never end. We provide you with the certainty of fixed fees instead of hourly rates. This allows us to focus on helping you achieve your goals in divorce and moving on with your life.
We are excited to see that putting clients like you first and providing a transparent fixed fee is earning us great Google Reviews!
Description of Services
Fixed Attorney Fee
1. Divorce without minor children.
2. Divorce with minor children.
We are here to guide you through your divorce, from the very first conversation on what you should expect in your divorce through the final stage of handing you your final judgment of divorce wishing you the very best in the next stage of your life.
Please note that initial consultations do require a small fee. You can learn more about the process of hiring Mindful Divorce P.A. on our Consultation Booking page.
We look forward to the opportunity to help you accomplish all of your goals in divorce. The fixed fee pricing above provides an estimate of attorney's fees and may vary depending upon your unique situation. It is meant to provide potential clients with an estimate of what their divorce may cost, depending on their circumstances.
Upon meeting with us, we will discuss your specific marriage and goals for divorce and provide you with a written fee agreement to retain Mindful Divorce P.A. to represent you in your divorce.
Your signed employment agreement will be based on the specific circumstances of your case as discussed with your attorney.
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