How to Prepare for Your Consult

A good tip to maximize your consult time 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 the docket or some of the documents are already filed before you show up. This will save you time and money. If the case is not yet filed, give us as much information when you schedule the consultation such as the date of marriage, the age of your children, where you live, where you work, and where your spouse works. This will give your attorney some basic information so you could spend your consultation discussing your case. What is discussed at your consultation? What should you ask at the consultation? We’ll share this information with you. If you’d like more information, we suggest consulting with an experienced family law attorney.

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