Besides the obvious, there are so many things to think about when getting a divorce. This includes lawyers, legal fees, finances, and much more. So, where do you even start? The best way to begin your divorce process is to consider whether you want Full or Limited Scope Representation. Choosing one of these will help you understand how to handle your case and what steps to take. Limited Scope Representation is excellent for spouses who can work together and reasonably resolve their issues. But what exactly is Limited Scope Representation? Here’s a few questions to ask yourself if you’re considering this type of representation for your divorce.
How Do I Know If Limited Scope Representation Is Right For Me?
Limited Scope Representation allows you to handle a case yourself but still receive legal help and advice. This allows the lawyer to focus only on the areas you need help with, allowing your lawyer to use his/her time efficiently. If you and your spouse can agree to an amicable divorce, Limited Scope Representation is right for you.
Can It Save Me Money?
By only paying for the services you need, you can save hundreds – if not thousands – on legal fees. With Limited Scope Representation, you can choose how much control you want over the case and pick each service a-la-carte. Divorce PRO will assist you with as much or as little as you need, allowing you to choose how much you want to spend on the lawyer fees.
Where Do I Start?
Divorce PRO makes the process quick, simple, and straightforward. So if you’re looking to move on with your life as quickly as possible and have an amicable divorce, Limited Scope Representation may be the best option for you. To learn more about Limited Scope Representation and Divorce PRO, call (866) 535-3776 or contact us. Request your FREE case analysis to help get you on track.