1. Where are you located? What are your hours of operation?
Our offices are located in downtown Jacksonville. Our hours of operation are 9:00am to 6:00pm Monday through Friday. After hours, leave us a message and we will get back to you the next business day.
2. What are your fees?
Attorney fees vary with each case, depending on their complexity. Call our offices to get a consultation and quote for your specific case.
3. Do you practice other areas of law aside from the ones listed on this page?
Many areas of practice are transferable. Call our offices to see if we are able to handle your case. If we cannot, we can refer you to an attorney who can.
4. How long does a divorce take?
Divorces may take anywhere from a couple of weeks to years. It all depends on the cooperation of the spouses and how complex is the case. If it is an uncontested divorce, be sure to have all documents and information about the case ready for the attorney so your case can be expedited.
5. What are the court costs?
For a divorce, the cost to file the petition for dissolution are $409, which is the responsibility of the client. Without this filing fee, a dissolution of marriage cannot be filed by our offices. The only exception is if you utilize our document preparation service (without legal representation in court by an attorney) and you apply for indigence. If you are approved for indigence, the court waives the filing fee. This option is only available only for people that are not utilizing a private attorney for legal representation in court. If you are represented by a private attorney in court, it is highly probable they will not approve an indigence. Our offices does not apply for indigence on behalf of the clients.
There may be other costs associated with your case. Call our offices to get an estimate as to the court costs required in your case.