What Your Lawyer Wants You To Know During A Divorce Process

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A divorce is just about one of the hardest things a person can ever go through. It is possible that you may lean on your lawyer more than you would like to, and it is also possible that you might be hindering yourself more than helping. These are certain things your lawyer wants you to know during the divorce process that might not have crossed your mind.

Too Many Calls

The divorce process is hard and you might feel like you need to talk to your lawyer about everything that is on your mind. While it is a good idea to talk to your lawyer about your concerns and what you would like to see happen, it is not always a good idea to call too often. A lawyer's time is limited and with the amount of clients they see on a daily basis, they must charge a fee to speak to you on the phone.

If at all possible, try to keep your phone calls to a minimum and talk about everything you want to during those calls so you aren't having to call daily. Your lawyer will contact you if they need additional information.

Not Giving Enough Information or Not Listening

It is also possible that you may not be giving your lawyer enough information to help you with your case. If there are lots of details and moving parts in your divorce case, your lawyer needs enough information from you to make sure you get a fair settlement. This means going to appointments prepared with all requested documents such as bank records, credit card statements and any other information your lawyer needs from you.

Along the same lines, you need to listen to your lawyer when they explain how the process works. This is also true if you are in a custody dispute or have property issues with your spouse. If you don't pay attention to what your lawyer tells you, it's possible you could end up in a difficult situation.

Not Paying the Bill

Lawyers do understand that it may be difficult to pay for their services if you don't have a lot of money and some may negotiate a payment plan with you. You do need to still pay your lawyer's fees in order to keep them representing you. If there is a money issue, talk to your lawyer about it and see what they are able to do for you.

For more information about the services of a divorce lawyer, contact a professional such as Lisa M Pacione, Attorney At Law.


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