Let me guess. You just finished all of the difficult, time consuming steps of a DIY divorce in Bexar County, Texas. You turned in your decree to the guy at the desk and you asked when you can expect to finally get the divorce done with. He gave you a knowing look and told you it would be a while–You realized you were going to have to wait 4-8 months or worse to get your divorce done. But, you were told you don’t have to wait if you get a lawyer. And that is where we come in.
We have a special offer in place for San Antonio residents wanting to a hire a lawyer simply to finish the divorce and avoid the 4-8 month waiting period for Pro Se people of Bexar County. If you have taken the following steps in your divorce already, this post applies to you:
1. You and your spouse have an uncontested divorce (also called an agreed divorce)
2. You already filed for Divorce in Bexar County, Texas pro se (without a lawyer);
3. You or your spouse properly completed a waiver of service;
4. You and your spouse created your own divorce decree, using your computer or some divorce form service.
5. You found out the waiting period in San Antonio to get divorced is too long, and now you want to a hire a lawyer to make the process go faster.
We Can Get You Divorced in 2 Weeks for $1,000 (no kids) /$1,500 (with kids)
Great! We would be happy to help you. If your 61 day waiting period (the time since your filed your petition for divorce), has already passed, we can get you divorced in 1-2 weeks! This offer only applies through October of 2014, and is specifically for people who meet the above 5 conditions. Note, that this package does not come with additional customized drafting into the contents of your decree. If upon investigation into your case, we learn that you need specialized drafting such as child support withholding orders, or qualified domestic relations orders, we will advise you of this fact, and give you the opportunity to purchase the additional drafting service.
- A family law attorney to review all documents;
- A review and professional redrafting of the Decree;
- One appearance in court to finalize the divorce.