Simple Flat-Fee Fast Divorce
Cheap Divorce in as fast as 30 days.
We have made the process of filing for a Pennsylvania no fault – uncontested divorce simple with our fast flat-fee divorce service. We can handle your uncontested divorce if you and your spouse agree to cooperate and sign all the necessary documents to obtain a divorce in Pennsylvania or if you have have been separated for at least 1 year and your spouse does not contest the granting of the divorce.
We do all the work – complete document preparation, certified mail service, calculation of appropriate time periods and filing all documents with the court. You don’t even have to go to court.
We can even take your information over the telephone.
I worked with Steven to get an uncontested divorce. I found him online and noticed he charged a flat fee (while other attorneys in the area had exorbitant fees of $1000+ plus fees). I thought there was some gimmick but really there actually wasn’t. He completed all the paperwork, the mailing, the filing etc etc and updated me every step of the way. All I did was: Provide my name, my (now) ex-husband’s name, the date of our marriage and addresses. That’s it. I’ve never felt great about spending $695 but in this case I do. Worth every penny! He was on top of it. Thank you so much Steven
Steven was wonderful and made my divorce so much easier. He is professional, sincere, and will fight for you and win what you deserve because of his experience and tact. He takes care of the big things and makes it look easy so you can focus on moving on. I very highly recommend him!
* $695 Complete Divorce Includes (Please Read)
This fast flat-fee uncontested Pa. divorce service provides you with a Pennsylvania divorce decree issued by the court if both husband and wife agree. This fee does not include representation for property rights, alimony, child custody or child support. If you have those issues or are not sure if you have those issues, please contact our firm for a free consultation. Additional fees may apply if your spouse refuses to accept service , cannot be found, contests the granting of a divorce or requests the court to award alimony or property division. Your spouse must be willing to sign a consent form or you must have been separated for at least 1 year and your spouse does not file for alimony or property division.