Allison Maxim, Managing Partner
Maxim Law, PLLC
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No-Court Divorce ℠ Making Amicable Divorce Simple and Affordable
A cost-effective alternative to traditional litigated divorce
SAINT PAUL, Minn., June 1, 2017 – The St. Paul-based family law firm of Maxim Law, PLLC, is pleased to announce the launch of No-Court Divorce℠, a new service designed for couples committed to cooperating with one another during a divorce rather than fighting it out in court. Packages are tailor-made to serve couples who are looking for a quick and amicable way to dissolve their marriage. With children or without; with properties or not, the new service fills a need in the marketplace for a low-cost divorce option – if couples agree on what they want upfront.
As a trained litigator, Maxim knows how to aggressively advocate for her clients in court. However, many situations do not require an aggressive approach. In a No-Court Divorce℠, clients complete an intake form designed to ensure agreement on all areas of the divorce. Maxim and her team then draft all required divorce documents and file them with the court.
“No-Court Divorce℠ is the perfect solution for couples who can agree on what they want out of the divorce. Our team can then swiftly and affordably get the divorce decree drafted, finalized, and filed,” said Allison Maxim, Managing Partner. “No one wants to have a stranger in a black robe make decisions about their intimate family life,” she added.
As reported on Lawyers.com, traditional divorces in Minnesota can range anywhere from $14,000 to well over $35,000. No-Court Divorce℠ is offered as a fixed fee. Depending on the complexity of the couple’s situation, divorce can happen for as low as $2,300 including filing fees.
Maxim Law PLLC, handles local, interstate and international divorce and family law cases. Allison Maxim has over a decade of experience helping individuals resolve their most challenging family law disputes. In addition to being a lawyer, Ms. Maxim holds a master’s degree in clinical psychology and is a Rule 114 qualified neutral.
Visit www.maxim-law.com or call 651-294-2407 for more information.