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Flat-Fee Divorce in Milwaukee

If you want to end your marriage but have been unable to do so because you couldn’t afford to pay a retainer for an attorney, you will be pleased to learn that there is another way you can secure the legal representation you need without breaking the bank. Read on to learn more about how you can get a flat-fee divorce in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

How a Flat-Fee Divorce Works

When you play a flat fee for your divorce, you will still have to put money up front, but the difference is that there won’t be any other billing or payments that need to be made. 

Rather, you’ll pay your flat fee and your attorney will then handle the details of your divorce, including representing you in court, should it come down to it. However, it is important to note that the flat fee will vary, depending on the experience of the Milwaukee attorney and how complex the divorce might be. 

Disadvantages to a Flat-Fee Divorce in Wisconsin

Though flat-fee divorces certainly have their benefits, there are also a couple of disadvantages for both the individual seeking a divorce and the attorney representing them. For an attorney, the issue with a flat fee is that the attorney will need to resolve the case, no matter how many hours they put in, even if these hours exceed their estimate. 

For the divorceé, if your divorce looks to be extremely complicated or if your divorce case otherwise merits it, your attorney may require an exorbitant flat fee that you still may be unable to pay. 

You also run the risk of having to worry about what will happen to the fee you paid if you fire your attorney or if you decide to give your marriage another shot. If your flat fee is not going to be refundable, this should be made extremely clear before you move forward with your flat-fee divorce.

Contact a Wisconsin Divorce Lawyer

If you have additional questions regarding divorce in Milwaukee, or if you are ready to file for divorce and are seeking exceptional legal representation, meet with a highly trained Milwaukee divorce lawyer at Karp & Iancu, S.C. 

You can submit the online contact form we have included at the bottom of this page or call our office at 414-453-0800 to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation.

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