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Did you know that the average cost of a divorce is about $15,000 per person?

Ouch #1!

Did you also know that most attorneys will not represent you unless you pay them thousands of dollars up front?

Ouch #2!

Kubik Legal is unlike other law firms. Our founder, Sara Kubik, went through her own contentious 7-year long custody battle. It's one of the reasons she went to law school. Now she's a lawyer and ready to represent you in your case.

Because she's been a family law client, Sara knows how expensive litigation can be. She operates Kubik Legal differently than most law firms, and that is by offering her clients flat fees.

What's a flat fee? It's the total amount that you will pay for your case. You know up front what your case will cost you. Another benefit is that flat fees help get your case solved sooner. Your case should not drag on, and on, and on... because it doesn't make sense to do so. We can efficiently represent you and help you avoid ouch #1 described above.

Also, Kubik Legal does not use retainers. That's ouch #2. Retainers are normally $2000-$10,000 for divorce cases in Chicago and the burbs. This money is to be paid upfront, before an attorney will represent you!

So first you need to pay thousands of dollars before an attorney begins to work on your case, and then, if your retainer runs out, you may have to pay another retainer. And another (now we're back at ouch #1).

We don't, and won't, operate this way. Our flat fees include the following:

  1. Uncontested divorce cases with no children start at a flat fee of $2000.
  2. Uncontested divorce cases with children start at a flat fee of $3000.

Contested divorce and custody cases will be quoted after we talk to you about your case. Because these cases involve more information that is unique to you. But you'll be quoted the total cost for us representing you from start to finish. More information about our prices can be found here.

Contact us today to set up a free 15-minute phone consultation for your Chicago or Chicagoland divorce, child custody, or child support case. Here's how...

  1. You can schedule a time for the free consultation and we will call you at that time, or
  2. You can call us at (312) 620-0283 and leave a message. We will reply to you shortly, or
  3. You can send us an email at