If you're trying to determine if a Flat Rate Divorce is your best option, take this brief quiz provided by Wall & Wall Legal Solutions. If you find yourself in need of legal representation, Wall & Wall Legal Solutions offers a strong legal defense when it comes to divorce, family law, and more. Learn more at http://walllegalsolutions.com
Have you and your ex reached an agreement about your divorce settlement?
Do you have children together?
Do you have documentation of all your legal property and marital assets?
Flat Rate Divorce is a Great Option for You
Given your circumstances, a flat rate divorce could be a great option for your situation. If you and your ex have agreed to a settlement and don't want to spend additional time in court, or incur any unexpected legal costs, consider this option. Contact Wall & Wall Legal Solutions to learn more about our Flat Rate Divorce options today!
Flat Rate Divorce May or May Not be Right for You
Given your circumstances, it's difficult to say if a flat rate divorce is a good option for your situation. There may still be a few things that you and your ex need to figure out before moving forward with a flat rate divorce. If you don't resolve these issues, a more traditional divorce may be a better option for you. If you need help figuring out these remaining issues, Wall & Wall Legal Solutions can help!
Flat Rate Divorce is Probably Not Right for You
Given your circumstances, a flat rate divorce is probably not the best option for your situation. Unless you and your ex can come to an amicable agreement about a settlement, more traditional divorce proceedings - where a judge can determine the best settlement options - might be a better option for you. Contact Wall & Wall Legal Solutions for a free 30-minute consultation to determine your best course of action.