What happens when my marriage is over?

A marriage, in the eyes of the law, is a contract between two people. Sometimes the parties just need some time away from each other, but the responsibilities of the marriage still remain. While they are physically separated, each spouse needs to be held responsible through the means of a Separation Agreement (see below).

When either contract (the original marriage or the separation agreement) is breached by one or both parties, one spouse can begin a lawsuit against the other. Also, when the separation is over, and each spouse wants to end the marriage, a similar lawsuit is commenced. These lawsuits are called a Divorce. There are two types:

What is an Uncontested Divorce?

An uncontested divorce occurs when:

We can help you complete a Divorce packet and file for filing in Court. An uncontested divorce is less expensive and easier to be signed off by a Judge if all requirements are met.

How long does it take to finalize an Uncontested Divorce?   


$100 + $20 per hour

Matrimonial Law covers more than the end of a marriage. Separation Agreements are contracts which designate how two partners will manage a separation of their partnership before completing it with a formal divorce. Let us help you with that.

Divorce Package

$425 + Filing Fees

If a divorce is approached amicably, completing the documents is only a formality. The process requires certain procedures, but is mainly filling in the right information in the right forms. Which forms are required is the tricky part. Let us help you with that.