California is the Most Expensive State to Get Divorced
Posted by Carlie Berke, CDFA®
August 23, 2018
If you are thinking about or going through a divorce, make it a priority to manage the costs of your divorce by getting informed, focus on keeping your money in your family and staying out of court. Explore alternatives to court such as mediation. Do not get caught in the divorce money vortex. See related article “Divorce With Children – How Much Does it Cost and How Long Does it Take?
Most Expensive States to Get Divorced
By Evan Comen November 10, 2017 8:59 pm EDT
Average cost of divorce: $17,500
Average attorney fee: $13,800 (the highest)
Court filing fee: $435 (the highest)
Divorce rate: N/A
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