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Dissolution

At White Law Office, Co. it is our mission to help educate and empower our clients in understanding their complex legal matters. Often, we see similar questions arise from clients when one seeks a dissolution of marriage.

 

A dissolution is a non-contested, no-fault termination of the marriage.

 

It is suggested that the parties pursue dissolution if the parties agree that their marriage should be dissolved and agree as to the division of marital assets and debts, as well as other issues surrounding their marriage including custody of the minor children (if applicable). Regarding the said division of marital assets/property, as well as children (if applicable), the parties must agree on everything.

 

Typically, the dissolution process is quicker than pursuing a divorce and it is typically more affordable for the parties. However, keep in mind that at any point, one party may contest the dissolution proceedings and as such, a divorce would be required to dissolve the marriage.

 

Here at White Law Office, Co. we are prepared to help you or your loved ones in pursuing a dissolution.

 

Our offices developed a flat-fee structure to provide you with the comfort of knowing exactly how much your dissolution will cost. Our flat-fee structure was developed to provide our clients with peace of mind during such a difficult time. We want all individuals, no matter your income status, to have the ability to retain White Law Office, Co.

  • Premium Dissolution
  • $ 3000 /one time fee
    • Peace of mind that we are there for you every step of the way to answer any question you have
    • In-person or phone meeting to review your completed dissolution documents and pleadings prepared by each party
    • Draft necessary pleadings for
      dissolution. Includes Petition, Separation Agreement, Necessary Affidavits, Judgement Entry, and Parenting Plan (if applicable)
    • Our team representing you in the final Judgement hearing
  • Dissolution Plus
  • $ 1750 /one time fee
    • Peace of mind that we are there for you every step of the way to answer any question you have
    • In-person or phone meeting to review your completed dissolution documents and pleadings prepared by each party
    • Draft necessary pleadings for dissolution. Includes Petition, Separation Agreement, Necessary Affidavits, Judgement Entry, and Parenting Plan (if applicable)
  • DIY Dissolution
  • $ 750 /one time fee
    • Peace of mind that we are there for you every step of the way to answer any question you have
    • In-person or phone meeting to review your completed dissolution documents and pleadings prepared by each party
Does not include: property transfer pleadings/documents, post-decree pleadings, negotiations between parties, court costs/fees, any other unforeseen costs or expenses.
Does not include: property transfer pleadings/documents, post-decree pleadings, negotiations between parties, court appearances, court costs/fees, any other unforeseen costs or expenses.
Does not include: court appearances, drafting legal documentation, property transfer pleadings/documents, post-decree pleadings, negotiations between parties, court costs/fees, any other unforeseen costs or expenses.
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How Do I Know Which One Of These Options Is Right For Me?

The first step is scheduling your FREE consultation to speak with one of our attorneys and figure out exactly what you need. This consultation can be done either over the phone or through Zoom.

Why Are The Prices Fixed?

We understand that one of the most stressful factors in retaining an attorney is not knowing the exact cost of what you will pay. While we cannot offer fixed pricing for all of our services, we can offer fixed pricing for dissolutions. It is a way of offering peach of mind to you, our client.

I Feel So Overwhelmed. Will I Be Able To Do This On My Own?

Yes, you can. You have the ability to do this on your own. If you have any questions along the way, you have the option to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.

My Divorce Is Contested. Can You Still Help Me?

Yes, we can help. We handle divorces all the time. The first step in hiring us to handle your divorce is to schedule a FREE consultation. This consultation will help us to learn
more about your situation and how we can best help you achieve the best possible outcome.

What Makes You Different From Other Websites That Can Help With Dissolutions?

We are different because we care. We have over 50 years of combined legal experience to help you achieve the best possible outcome for your case. We understand that this is something extremely difficult for you, and we are there for you every step of the way and to journey alongside you. We are here to help you.