GoransonBain Introduces Texas Flat Fee Uncontested Divorce Service

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Dallas family law firm GoransonBain’s flat fee divorce eliminates the unforeseen costs in an agreed divorce case through amicable and efficient process.

GoransonBain- Thomas A. Greenwald
If spouses have been able to set aside their differences and reach agreements, it is possible for their divorce to be settled quickly and for them to control the cost with a flat fee divorce.

With cost a top concern among individuals considering divorce, a new alternative for uncontested divorces is gaining popularity in Texas. Dallas family law firm, GoransonBain, has seen an increase in demand for their new flat fee divorce service, which eliminates the unforeseen costs and moves the process along in an amicable and efficient manner.

“One of the most significant factors that drives the cost of a divorce is the relationship between the spouses,” says Thomas Greenwald, a senior partner with GoransonBain. If spouses have been able to set aside their difference and reach agreements, then with the advice and guidance of an experienced family lawyer they will find it is possible for their divorce to be settled quickly and for them to control the cost with a flat fee divorce.

A flat fee divorce is a good solution for spouses who have reached agreement regarding asset distribution and debt allocation. If children are involved, a flat fee divorce is a good solution if spouses are in agreement about custody and support.

With the average cost of a Texas divorce ranging from $15,000 to $25,000, the flat fee price of $2,500 to $5,000 is an attractive option. However, the process is not right for everyone. The firm has made available an online interactive quiz and a list of Frequently Asked Questions to find out if a flat fee divorce is the right option. The best way, however, to determine if a flat fee divorce is the right solution is to set up a consultation with a divorce attorney to evaluate options, adds Greenwald.

Divorce is a process, but every case is different.

While finances play an important role in any divorce, Greenwald says flat fee divorce should not be seen as a “cheap” alternative. Going after a “cheap” divorce may have both short-term and long-term consequences, he adds. Whether a divorce is simple or complex, agreed or contested, it is important to consult with an experienced and skilled attorney that will provide guidance on the process, answer questions and concerns, and prepare documents that will provide protection for the short and long term.

About GoransonBain, PLCC

GoransonBain is a Texas family law firm founded in 1987. Since its inception, GoransonBain has fostered a constructive atmosphere and strategic approach to help client’s controls costs, minimize the disruption to their daily lives and achieve the best possible outcome. The firm’s team of attorneys, including three former family court judges, offers clients comprehensive experience and perspectives to work towards efficient resolution in complex situations. Services encompass virtually every facet of family law, including divorce, asset identification and valuation, collaborative law, mediation and parties-only mediation, premarital and post-marital agreements, child custody and visitation, property division, child support, adoption, paternity, and same-sex legal issues. In 2013 and 2014, U.S. News & World Report named GoransonBain a Best Law Firm in its U.S. News - Best Lawyers® for family law and family law mediation, an achievement that involved a rigorous independent evaluation process.

The firm maintains three Texas offices in Dallas, Plano, and Austin.

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