How to Prepare for Your Consult

A good tip to maximize your consult time with an attorney is to know that your consultation actually begins before you meet with the attorney. If you already have an open case filed, give your case number before the consultation and ask if the attorney will read your docket before your appointment. This will allow your potential attorney to understand your case before you arrive. When scheduling your consult, be prepared for the attorney to run a conflict check. Provide the other attorney with the other party’s name first. Then provide additional information including the date of marriage, if you have a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, the age of each child, where you live, where you work, and where your spouse works. If you have a prior agreement or court order for the attorney to review, let the person scheduling your consult know and ask if the attorney will read them in advance. Be prepared before scheduling the consult. If you would like more information, we suggest consulting with an experienced family law attorney.

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