Flat-Fee Uncontested Divorce

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Flat-Fee Uncontested Divorce

The issues in a divorce are how you will divide up what you own, how you will divide up your debts, and whether one spouse will pay the other alimony. Additionally, if you have children, you have to decide on a parenting schedule, how decisions for the children will be made, and how much child support will be paid.

If you agree on all of these issues and just need help getting divorced, we can help you. If you do not agree on all of these issues, please review our Divorce page for more information.

For a flat-fee of $1,000, we will draft your complete filing packet, including a comprehensive separation agreement and all the documents that need to be filed with the court in order to get divorced. We will then provide you with detailed instructions for how to file the packet with the court and attend your final uncontested hearing. When you attend your final hearing you only have to wait to get called and then spend usually less than five minutes speaking with the Judge. Since the final hearing is so straightforward, we normally advise clients to attend on their own. However, if your case has certain complications or you would just feel more comfortable being with an attorney, we will represent you in-person at the final hearing and bill our time at an hourly rate.

If you are considering filing for divorce in Massachusetts contact one of our divorce attorneys at Baum & Dockter for a free initial consultation. When possible, an uncontested divorce can be quicker and more cost-effective than a contested divorce.


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Uncontested Divorce Forms:

Joint Petition for Divorce
Long Financial Statement (Filed if earning over $75,000 annually)
Short Financial Statement (Filed if earning under $75,000 annually)
R 408 Court Information Form
Separation Agreement (Must be drafted based on the specific facts of your case)
Affidavit of Irretrievable Breakdown (Must be drafted based on the specific facts of your case)