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No one chooses to be in a marriage crisis. When a marriage has become untenable, it is crucial that you get help from a qualified divorce attorney. How should you prepare for a meeting with a divorce lawyer? What questions should you ask? The consequences of a divorce will have a major impact on your life, both emotionally and financially, and often for years into the future. Your best option is to find a compassionate divorce attorney who can carefully guide you through the process. The Law Store offers a new option for those seeking divorce, including convenient hours and very affordable prices.

You want to be prepared when you have your initial consultation with an attorney so that you can learn all that you need to know. What should you ask at the first meeting?

What to Ask a Divorce Attorney

  1. How can you help me? as opposed to filing on my own? If you ask this question early in your consultation, you will have a clear idea of the benefits of having an attorney representing you. Your lawyer can outline the various steps in a divorce, and how just one simple mistake can have long term implications. Unfortunately, getting divorced is not a simple legal process.
  2. How much will it cost? It is practical to find out about the fees for the services you will be getting from your attorney. You may be concerned about finances and the ramifications of living as a single person, particularly if you have one or more children to support. Ask your attorney about the actual costs of the services you will receive. You should be able to get a ballpark figure for a divorce, although it may not be an exact quote or flat fee. If an uncontested divorce is your best option, a flat fee is often possible at The Law Store.
  3. What about child custody and child support? Should I attempt to gain sole custody or joint custody? How much will I get in child support? Child custody and support issues are often significant issues in divorce. Older children may have the right to choose the parent with whom they want to live, while younger children do not. Court custody decisions are based upon a range of factors, including income, work hours, the level of bonding with each parent, and the individual circumstances of both you and your ex. The court bases all custody decisions upon what is considered to be in the best interests of the children. Child support payments are determined with the use of a formula, and at The Law Store, we can go through this process with you.
  4. What about domestic violence? Many relationships come to an end due to abuse. If you have been a victim of domestic violence, find out how this could impact your divorce, child custody, living arrangements and other important personal matters.

Call The Law Store to make an appointment that will help you to achieve peace of mind.