We Do More Divorces Than Anyone Else in Utah
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The average divorce in Utah takes over 18 months. During that time, there are meetings with attorneys, depositions, and hearings in front of a judge. Most divorcing couples in this stressful situation have to use up all their sick leave and vacation time before the divorce is final. Often, the process will stretch into taking unpaid days to finish a divorce. Attorneys charge by the hour. They make more money the longer a divorce takes, which doesn’t incentive them to move swiftly. The harder it is for you to agree on terms, the longer it takes, and the more you will have to pay them.
When attorneys are involved, the average litigated divorce in Utah costs over $15,000 PER PERSON.
Attorneys make money when you can’t agree on the terms of your divorce. The more you fight and argue, the more you’ll have to pay. Once you run out of money, attorneys will work to find an agreement. In our experience, it’s best not to involve an attorney, but if you feel you need to have one involved, WAIT UNTIL YOU HAVE A ROUGH DRAFT FROM YOUR MEDIATION. By showing your rough draft to an attorney, you’ll only pay $500 for a document review instead of a $10,000 retainer.
Beyond the financial cost, the more time that passes, the greater chance that the situation will worsen and agreeing will become more difficult, costing you more mentally, emotionally, and even physically. Time is not your friend in a divorce. Eventually, you run out of money and are forced to settle on terms that you will later regret.
From the first meeting to the last, our signature process guarantees you will have your divorce completed and signed by a judge within 2 months or less, without setting foot inside a courtroom.
We are the ONLY mediation firm that prepares all your paperwork in-house. We file all the documents needed to waive unnecessary hearings and waiting periods.
We believe in getting you back to life as quick as possible. The sooner your divorce is over, the sooner you can heal, the sooner you can put the focus on your children as co-parents.