Texas Forms-Based Divorce: An Infographic How-To by Fort Worth divorce lawyer Adam Kielich
Fort Worth, Bedford, Tarrant County divorces. Here’s how you can use forms to finish your own divorce without a Bedford, Dallas, or Fort Worth divorce attorney.
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Uncontested divorce lawyers offer low cost options for divorce in Fort Worth, Dallas and surrounding areas in Texas. Most people do not want to spend large amounts on divorce lawyers; but would like to have the professional help navigating the courts and drafting the necessary documents. Uncontested divorce lawyers like Adam Kielich bridge the gap by offering low cost, flat fee uncontested divorces from his Bedford, Texas law firm.
Uncontested divorce lawyers in Texas often offer flat fee pricing but be careful to understand what is included in the low cost flat fee. Sometimes uncontested divorce lawyers schedule a very low flat fee that includes basic work and any additional work on the agreed divorce is additional fees. Some uncontested divorce lawyers include everything in the flat fee. This may result in an initial higher flat fee but less overall fees because everything is part of the initial fee. Learn more about how The Kielich Law Firm can help with your uncontested divorce by completing the contact form below. Looking for more information about uncontested divorces? Visit the uncontested divorce resources page.
Adam Kielich is an employment attorney, divorce lawyer and principal attorney at The Kielich Law Firm in Bedford, Texas. The Kielich Law Firm represents clients in employment law and family law matters across the Dallas and Fort Worth area. Attorney Adam Kielich helps clients with employment discrimination, wrongful termination, overtime pay, FMLA, contested and uncontested divorce, modifications, QDROs and more.