Get Answers to Help Guide You in Your Search
Deciding to get a divorce is never easy and comes with many questions about the process.How will this affect my children? How much will it cost? What is equitable distribution? These are just a few of the questions that come to mind when considering a divorce. It is important to have all of your questions answered by an experienced divorce attorney before moving forward with the process. In this blog post, we will discuss some key questions to ask when meeting with a divorce attorney.
What Is Your Experience in Divorce?
You want to ask your potential divorce lawyer how long they have been handling divorce cases. You also want to inquire about their experience in court. The more experience they have, the more likely they are to be able to navigate the often-complex legal process and get you the best results.
What Results Have You Seen?
This is perhaps the most important question to ask a divorce attorney. You want to know what results they have seen in similar cases to yours. If they don't have any experience with cases like yours, then you're likely not going to get the outcome that you're hoping for.
How Have You Handled Situations Like Mine?
You should always ask your divorce attorney how they've handled situations similar to yours in the past. This will give you some insight into their experience level and whether or not they'll be able to help you through your case. If they haven't had any experience with cases like yours, then you might want to consider finding someone else to represent you.
Ready to Get Started?
The first step toward hiring a divorce attorney begins with setting a consultation to ask these questions and more. While this may seem scary, know that the attorneys at Pacific Cascade Legal are ready to meet with you, to hear you, and to listen to you. Your situation is unlike any other, and we are prepared to meet you where you are and help you through your situation.
Call us today at (888) 981-9511 to schedule your consultation, or visit our website to get started.