courtroom-dissolutionNot all divorces are contested.  If you and your spouse are able to agree on all of the terms and conditions of a divorce (child custody, division of property and assets, allocation of debts, etc.), then you may be able to file for a dissolution.  The advantages of proceeding with a dissolution include:

1) Certainty – You and your spouse agree to all of the terms and conditions before filing and the court will be adopting your agreement instead of issuing its own decision.

2) Least Contentious Way to Terminate Marriage – A dissolution is an amicable process where you and your spouse will work together to reach a total agreement.  This process avoids the costly and time-consuming  depositions, discovery and document review, and the numerous pre-trial hearings that typically occur during a contested divorce.

3) Quick Resolution – Once your dissolution documents are signed and filed, you can have your final divorce hearing thirty days after the date of filing.

4) The Final Hearing is Scheduled at Your Convenience – At Barney DeBrosse, LLC, we can schedule a retired judge to come into our office and provide a private final hearing at your convenience.

5) Flat Rate Cost – We offer complete dissolution packages at fixed flat rates.  As long as you and your spouse are able to reach a complete agreement, our dissolution packages will cover your dissolution without additional hourly fees.

During your consultation with our office, an attorney will sit down with you and discuss your dissolution options and answer your questions.

Call us today to schedule your initial consultation.

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