LEGAL GUIDE
Written by attorney Donald Earl Glass | Oct 8, 2019

The end of amarriage isn’t a happy time, but it doesn’t mean you have to tear everything to shreds

The end of a marriage isn’t a happy time in anyone’s life…

But it doesn’t mean you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse have to tear everything to shreds either.

If you’re living in California and want to get an uncontested divorce without the usual anger, animosity and expense…

You should be able to do that quickly and easily, without a huge price-tag, right?

Wrong.

Here’s a fact; In California, you pretty much have 2 Options;

You either have to fork up a $2500.00 retainer so that you can hire an attorney who charges $250.00-an-hour…

Or, if you don’t have a huge stash of cash, or money to burn, you could try doing it yourself online through one of the many ‘divorce mills” you’ll find under every online rock…

And that’s never a good idea.

So, here’s a better one; call the Law Offices of Donald Glass, Esquire.

At the Law Offices of Donald Glass you can hire an experienced divorce attorney, online, as easily as ordering dinner.

To save you time, energy and money, they offer one-on-one consultations about your divorce using modern, money-saving technology.

Most importantly, you can get an uncontested divorce for a very affordable flat-rate, from an attorney who’s helped over 70,000 California couples untie the knot.

The Law Offices of Donald Glass also offer convenient, pay-as-you-go plans if you’re stressed for funds, and only require $95.00 to get the divorce process start-ed.

So, if you want to get an uncontested divorced in California without tearing each other, or your children, or you finances, to shreds…

Call the Law Offices of Donald Glass for your free consultation…

Additional resources provided by the author

Our Free Book - Uncontested Divorce for California on Amazon.com at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07X6GT4BC/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=ASIN%3A+B07X6GT4BC&qid=1567204587&s=gateway&sr=8-1

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