Husker Law offers flat rate attorney fees of $600 for uncontested divorces without children and $850 for uncontested divorces with children. But what is an uncontested divorce?
Uncontested, for the purposes of meeting the requirements of our flat rate attorney fee offer, means that you and your spouse have already agreed between the two of you, without attorney intervention, on the issues of your divorce.
Basically, to be considered uncontested the two of you will have to agree on how you will divide your property and assets; who will have custody of the children and a visitation schedule.
There may be a myriad of other issues that need to be agreed upon by the two of you such as insurance coverage and debts; however, to qualify for the uncontested flat rate fee, all of these issues must be agreed upon.
An uncontested Divorce, for the purposes of qualifying for our flat rate fee, also means there are no other attorneys involved in the action.
Should your case require any further pleadings be drafted other than those listed below or further attorney intervention, it will be considered contested for the purposes of your retainer agreement and your attorney fees will be charged at an hourly rate.
- Voluntary Appearance
- Letter to Spouse with Initial Pleadings
- Parenting Plan, if applicable (not to exceed two (2) edits)
- Stipulated Decree
- Certification, when appropriate
Because our uncontested flat rate fee is so low, we must strictly adhere to these guidelines.
If you talk to trusted friends and family who have been through the Divorce process, you will probably hear horror stories about costly, long, drawn-out Divorce proceedings. We would much rather charge you a low fee and get you the results you need.
To know for sure if your case qualifies for the uncontested flat rate fee, just set up your free initial consultation.