Change is, indeed, the only constant thing in this world, and a once-happily married couple can one day decide to separate and get a divorce. The reasons for deciding on this course of action may vary from one couple to the next, but what’s true to all divorces is that there are expenses involved. This can range from $15,000 to $30,000 depending on factors such as the complexity of the affair and custody battle.

But what is the true cost of divorce in the United States? Do the expenses dwindle down after the divorce has been finalized? And do filing fees vary per state? Find the answers and other vital information on this infographic by Law Offices of William J Neary.

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The True Cost of Divorce in America

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