Deciding to file for divorce is a life altering decision that on many occasions occurs after enduring many painful events, leading up to the separation.
“Some couples remain friends while others can’t stand each other.”
Different circumstances require different approaches and, depending on the circumstances for the divorce, and how the relationship ended will dictate how the proceedings should be and how much money you will need to spend.
How much is a divorce Hialeah?
Unfortunately filing for divorce in Hialeah will most likely cost you money. Legal fees for divorce related services can go from $280 to $3,000. On the higher end you would be most likely working with a divorce attorney.
On the lower end you could hire a divorce preparer in Hialeah; this is someone that has experience similar to a divorce paralegal, is most likely a notary and is familiar with the Broward divorce process in Hialeah.
When talking with a divorce preparer about a quote for your divorce remember that generally, a simple divorce without children will cost less than a divorce with children.
Also, a divorce in mutual agreement should cost less than a divorce that requires getting the other person served with a sheriff, several hearings, mediation sessions, etc.
Hiring a divorce attorney always raises the cost of a divorce, regardless of how simple or complex the situation is.
In most cases it’s best to set aside the hurt, pain and ill feelings towards your husband/wife. Make decisions only when you are calm and collected. Surround yourself with people that care about you and make time to reflect on what it is that you want out of the process.
If you have doubts of what your rights are contact a Hialeah Divorce Attorney. Only an experienced attorney can give you the legal advice.
While a divorce consultant can save you money, it is important that you understand that he or she is not an attorney and cannot tell you what your rights are. He or she can be instrumental in completing the divorce forms and help you file the paperwork at the courthouse but cannot represent you in court.