Green Giraffe – The Simplified Flat Fee Divorce Option

The amicable way to handle divorce

When contemplating a divorce one of the first questions many asked is, “How much is it going to cost?”

This can be a difficult question for any attorney to answer due to the many variables involved. And while it might seem simple, there is not a “One Size Fits All” solution to divorce.

At Green Giraffe Legal Services, we’ve created a unique flat fee divorce option for couples that need guidance but are not looking to litigate every issue. Our team will work with you to put together a flat rate quote which offers you control over the cost of your divorce and your financial future.

Your Divorce will be Broken into Concrete Stages:

  1. Develop a plan and file for divorce.
  2. Prepare legally mandated financial disclosures.
  3. Obtain any needed appraisals or evaluations.
  4. Draft the Marital Settlement Agreement.

Why Green Giraffe is so Unique

Each of these stages contains various steps and we don’t leave you out in the cold to figure them out.

We will assist you through the process of filing paperwork with the court. And we will be with you through the collaborative efforts needed to make clear decisions. One of our assigned team members will guide you and your spouse through each stage assuring you have the tools needed to make informed choices. This will result in drafting a mutually agreed upon Marital Settlement Agreement.

Call today for your free consultation to determine if you and your spouse qualify for a Flat Fee Divorce.

If your goal is to amicably work everything out with your spouse, we provide a great cost-effective option. It will minimize and clarify the process, save you thousands of dollars and give you back a significant amount of time.

We are the professionals who will help you get it right, the first time. Avoid the frustrations and hours it could take to refile returned paperwork from the court. You will not have any court appearances to make. And best of all, you and your spouse will craft the settlement together, leaving it up to you to determine your future and not a judge.