Divorce – Hourly Attorney Fees = Moving On

If you are facing a divorce, custody dispute, or any other family related legal issue, whether contested or uncontested, we can help.  We are highly experienced in litigating complex domestic relations disputes from start to finish.

Our Focused Mission

The mission of The Brown Law Office is to provide the very best legal representation to all types of domestic relations disputes. For those clients that have worked out the details of their divorce, we offer a small flat-fee solution. For clients that need help with the details or are facing complex domestic relations litigation involving business ownership, jurisdictional issues, custody disputes, or any other issue, we can help.  Our practice operates with a high level of efficiency. We are able to offer our clients a level of service that is not customary in the industry.  For our one low flat fee our clients can call us, meet with us, and make revisions to their documents.  

The Nuts and Bolts: Uncontested Divorce

Our uncontested divorce service requires you to take three steps.  First, meet with us or call us for your free initial consultation.  In this step a Louisville attorney will assess your legal needs and answer your questions.  Second, fill out our divorce questionnaire at your pace, and submit it when you’re finished.  Third, review and sign your divorce documents that your attorney prepared based on your divorce questionnaire responses. Throughout the process you are encouraged to ask questions, make revisions, and help us ensure that you are comfortable with each step.  We will make sure to explain each divorce document to you, and we will explain Kentucky domestic relations law as it applies to your case.

Complex Divorce and Domestic Relations Litigation

Many times the end of a long term marriage presents a complicated tangle of issues that must be carefully resolved.  Kentucky law regarding marital property creates unique challenges when dividing business interests, retirement accounts, real estate, investment accounts, and other types of property.  Navigating a child custody dispute may include counselors, custodial evaluations, a guardian ad litem, and other third parties.  We have the experience and resources to help you navigate such complex issues.  Give us a call.