WISCONSIN’S “LIMITED SCOPE REPRESENTATION” IN DIVORCE
Divorce is never easy and the complexities of most legal proceedings only compound the difficulties. Add to this the stress of enormous legal bills and it’s easy to see why do-it-yourself divorce has become so popular.
Divorce PRO Wisconsin Bridges the Gap Between DIY Divorce and Full Service Legal RepresentationDivorce PRO offers the benefits of an experienced divorce attorney without the upfront expense. There is no retainer fee, no hourly billing, and no long-term commitment. By using only the legal services you need, you can reduce the cost of your divorce by as much as 75% over a full-service lawyer working for you on retainer. Most of our services are offered for a flat fee, ranging from $50 to $200. With limited scope representation (also known as “unbundled legal services”), you choose the services you want, whether it’s assistance with forms and court filings, preparing for hearings, or getting legal advice on issues that may arise. With over 25+ years experience practicing family law in Wisconsin, we’ve dealt with almost every imaginable issue. There can be a lot at stake in your divorce, so having an attorney available to assist you not only ensures that your divorce will go through without a snag, but also ensures that you won't get railroaded in the process.
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Why not talk with one of the attorneys at Divorce PRO to see if limited scope representation works in your case? To get started, we ask that you complete our confidential Intake Questionnaire. Once we receive you information, we will contact you to schedule your free case evaluation.
Is Limited Scope Representation Right for You?
Limited scope representation isn’t for everyone. In cases where significant assets are on the line, spousal support is a factor, or child custody and placement are being contested, you may be better off hiring a full-service law firm. However, if neither party is contesting the divorce and the two of you have already reached an agreement on property and debt division, as well as a placement arrangement with your children, limited scope representation may be right for you.