“Unbundled representation,” also known as “discrete task” or “limited scope” representation can, in the right circumstances, save divorcing spouses a lot of money. In the approximately 40 states that permit it, unbundled representation allows divorcing individuals to choose which parts of their case a lawyer will handle. Tasks that can be easily separated from the
Larry Sarezky, Esq. The good news is there is a wealth of advice about divorce available. The bad news is there is a wealth of advice about divorce available. Much of the advice you receive as you move through your divorce will come from friends and family, members of divorce support groups, and thousands of
If you can afford a divorce lawyer, you should hire one. There’s too much at stake and too many complexities in divorce to risk “winging it” without expert advice. However, you can save some money by delaying hiring a lawyer while you complete a number of tasks: File for divorce yourself using forms available on
In Part I of this article, I discussed some questions to ask a lawyer at an initial consultation. Those questions related to the law and how it applies to the facts of your case. This second part of the article deals with the other questions to be asked. Those questions relate to the lawyer’s credentials
Finding an experienced family attorney with whom you “click” dramatically improves your prospects for achieving your divorce goals. With the possible exception of your current spouse, let’s assume you are a good judge of people. Let’s further assume that you’ve read a blog or 2 on how to choose a divorce lawyer. Finally, let’s assume
Larry Sarezky, Esq. “What the world needs now is love sweet love, It’s the only thing that there’s just too little of.” – Burt Bacharach / Hal David Not to nitpick, but love isn’t the only thing the world has too little of. Empathy, a key component of emotional intelligence, is also in short supply.
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