From my experience, potential clients get more value from their initial (free) consultation when they are prepared. This allows us to get straight to the issues and challenges that may arise. Here are some suggestions on ways you can prepare yourself before your first meeting with a divorce or family lawyer.
You’ve invested years, hopes, dreams, and a lot of energy into your marriage. Can you just walk away from it? Here are a few signs to help you determine whether to continue the fight or move on:
In family court, social media can provide evidence of misconduct by one’s spouse, and damage your credibility. Be mindful of what you post!
Going through a divorce can drain you both emotionally and financially. With emotions running high during a divorce process, it is easy to become overwhelmed even with small financial decisions. Check out our latest blog for some tips on how to avoid making poor financial decisions during your divorce:
When a divorce or paternity action is filed, the Court issues a “status quo” order, which governs the conduct of the parties while the action is pending. Find out what you can and cannot do:
You are divorcing your spouse, and now is NOT the time to make it harder on yourself. Here are the top 5 things you shouldn’t do while a divorce is pending: