Divorce Cost

Kelly Chang is a Los Angeles family law attorney.  She wrote an excellent post on how dramatically the overall cost of a divorce can vary and what factors contribute.  However, as Kelly points out, how responsive a client is and how well they follow instructions and take your advice can play a significant role in the overall cost.

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Scott Morgan is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. He has practiced family law since 1994 and is the founder of the Morgan Law Firm which is dedicated exclusively to representing divorce and family law clients in the Houston and Austin areas.

4 Responses to Divorce Cost

  • Scott~ Thank you for taking the time to read my blog and to comment on it. I really appreciate it. I have added your link to my blog – thank you so much again! And please let me know if you ever have any questions on California law. Have a great day and say hello to your kids! (We are expecting our first in September!)

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  • You know, I personally believe that the major costs of a divorce are due to the two seperating parties not argreeing on a settlement. Really, if you think about it if two people want to move on quickly and with a civil manner they would agree to a 50/50 split. Now, some ex-husbands believe they should get more, however if you did support someone they are required to what they “didn’t” recieve or “do” during that period. That is just my opinion.

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