On behalf of The Law Office of Gustavo E. Frances, P.A.
The term “divorce” gets a bad rep. When people think of divorce they often think of the screaming partners throwing things at each other or spouses creating secret accounts to sabotage their partner. Even though, yes, those kinds of situations and stories do exist, it doesn’t mean that it has to be your story. Divorce is a personal and intimate decision. It is between you and your spouse, your children, and close family and friends. Your journey into and through a divorce does not have to be one of drama or tragedy. In fact, it can be quite the opposite, especially with our divorce lawyers at The Law Office Of Gustavo E. Frances, P.A.
Our law office was assigned a 10/10 which is a “superb” for Avvo Rating. This rating is a national program that assesses lawyers to ensure that clients, when they shop around, have a system they can depend on. Avvo rating assesses the lawyer’s background and claimed law firm in order to show if they are trusted. Our law offices received the highest rating. We also won the 2014 award for best Family Law office. We are not boasting of vanity. We want to share these results with you because it is so important that our clients know that we can be trusted with your current and future situation.
We know that divorces aren’t easy emotionally. We know that this change influences your income and outlook on life. We are not out to take your money. This is why we provide a “flat-fee” divorce for uncontested divorces. Give us a call at 954-533-2756 or click here for more information about how we can start working for you.
Two Kinds of Divorce
Our law office has two categories of divorce: uncontested and contested. Each category is interchangeable throughout the process. Sometimes the divorce starts as uncontested but then things take a turn and it is now contested. Sometimes it is the other way. Whichever way your divorce goes, know that we are here for you and will do things as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Uncontested Divorce: This is the preferred way of getting divorced. This is when both parties are amicable and are willing to agree to terms before the filing occurs. This kind of divorce can be completed with the “flat-fee” of $1500. Uncontested allows for a quick and cost-efficient divorce, but we are very aware that not all situations are pain-free.
Contested Divorce: This kind of divorce can be time-consuming as well as more costly. This kind of divorce happens when a separated couple cannot come to terms with issues like child support or alimony, it costs more money to continue litigation. Our attorneys understand that this is not ideal, and we know that your time is just as sensitive as your finances. If for some reason you uncontested divorce changes to contest, the flat fee will be applied to the retainer.