Get Affordable Legal Help with our Stipulated Judgement Legal Service

We get it: the legal process can be overwhelming and hiring an attorney for a Stipulated Judgement can feel unaffordable. With our Stipulated Judgement Legal Service, you get the benefit of help from an attorney and advice about your family law situation without the normally high costs. 

We offer this limited scope legal representation so you can get just the help you need, without all the expense of what you don’t. 

"Extremely friendly and professional service who genuinely cared that I had all of my legal issues and questions taken care of and answered. Highly recommend." 
 - Joshua R., Clackamas

Get Affordable Legal Help Starting at $799*

The Stipulated Judgement Legal Service Package starts at $799, with the final rate set based on your income level.* With the Petition for Custody Unbundled Legal Service Package, you receive the following legal services:

Review of Your Legal Matter

We'll review your legal matter, including any paperwork that's already been filed on your case with the Court

45-Minute Consultation with an Attorney

You'll meet with one of our attorneys to discuss your concerns and goals for your family law situation. This can be a virtual or in-person session.

Drafting a Stipulated General/Supplemental Judgment

We'll draft a Stipulated General/Supplemental Judgment and, depending on your case matter, a Parenting Plan, Child Support Calculator, or Statement of Assets & Liabilities;

Filing of Notice to the Court

We'll draft a Notice of Limited Scope Representation, Notice of Termination of Limited Scope Representation, and an explanatory letter to the Court and opposing party/counsel.

Next Steps Forward

You'll get a brief letter with personalized recommendations and outlining next steps for your family law case.

15-minute Wrap-up Call

Finally, you'll get a 15-minute wrap-up call with your attorney to answer any final questions you may have about your case and what to expect.

What People Say About Working with The Commons

"Extremely friendly and professional service who genuinely cared that I had all of my legal issues and questions taken care of and answered. Highly recommend." 
 - Joshua R., Clackamas

"Amanda at The Commons Law Center was an amazing partner in our legal matter. She was always very responsive, timely, friendly, and took all the time needed to explain things and make sure we were happy with the outcomes."
- Kyle L., Portland

"Amanda called me on time and gave me the best advice. (She really listened and was friendly as well.) I very much appreciate the help and now know what I have to do next. So refreshing!"
- Karen S., Gresham

Get Affordable Legal Help Starting at $799*

The Stipulated Judgement Legal Service Package starts at $799, with the final rate set based on your income level.* With the Petition for Custody Unbundled Legal Service Package, you receive the following legal services:

  • Reviewing your matter, including any court filed paperwork;
  • A 45-minute consultation with an attorney to discuss your concerns and goals;
  • Drafting a Stipulated General/Supplemental Judgment and, depending on your case matter, a Parenting Plan, Child Support Calculator, or Statement of Assets & Liabilities;
  • Drafting a Notice of Limited Scope Representation, Notice of Termination of Limited Scope Representation, and an explanatory letter to the Court and opposing party/counsel;
  • A brief letter with personalized recommendations outlining your next steps
  • A 15-minute wrap up call with an attorney.

Do you think the Stipulated Judgement Legal Service Package might work for you? 

You can request a phone call online or call us at 503-850-0811 to let us know you are interested in the Petition for Custody Legal Service Package!

*Fees are on a sliding scale, based on your income. We will let you know the filing fee in your engagement letter. You may qualify for a fee waiver from the court, which we can give you information about and help you apply for.

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