Special Report

Most Expensive States to Get Divorced

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30. Oklahoma
> Average cost of divorce: $12,500
> Average attorney fee: $9,800 (21st lowest)
> Court filing fee: $252.14 (18th highest)
> Divorce rate: 4.4 per 1,000 residents (3rd highest)

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29. Ohio
> Average cost of divorce: $12,500
> Average attorney fee: $9,900 (24th lowest)
> Court filing fee: $200 (24th highest)
> Divorce rate: 3.1 per 1,000 residents (22nd lowest)

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28. Alabama
> Average cost of divorce: $12,500
> Average attorney fee: $9,900 (24th lowest)
> Court filing fee: $199 (23rd lowest)
> Divorce rate: 3.9 per 1,000 residents (9th highest)

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27. Tennessee
> Average cost of divorce: $12,600
> Average attorney fee: $9,900 (24th lowest)
> Court filing fee: $303 (13th highest)
> Divorce rate: 3.7 per 1,000 residents (12th highest)

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26. South Carolina
> Average cost of divorce: $12,600
> Average attorney fee: $10,000 (24th highest)
> Court filing fee: $150 (12th lowest)
> Divorce rate: 2.8 per 1,000 residents (16th lowest)

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