A Cost-Effective Way to Get Legal Advice
A family law consultant is perfect for those who just need a little help here and there or another pair of eyes on a legal document or family law form. You can use family law consulting to help with out-of-court negotiated settlement when you need a lawyer, but don’t want to go to court. It’s a cost-effective way to make sure you are armed with the legal advice you need without the headache of full representation.
What is Family Law Consulting
In family law, sometimes you may only need occasional legal advice or a lawyer to review legal documents or family law forms. This is where family law consulting comes into play. Weber Dispute Resolution is extremely well-versed in providing legal consultation to clients. Using a limited scope consulting attorney can help keep costs down.
Limited Scope Negotiated Settlement
You may not want to spend the massive retainers required for full representation at court. Rather, you can use a lawyer on a limited scope basis without having to go to court by working towards a negotiated settlement. Weber Dispute Resolution can help!
By negotiating the bulk of the terms of your agreement on your own, you can reduce cost. By using a consulting attorney, you can have a solid plan without paying a giant retainer. From offering strategies you may not have considered to giving an agreement a final review, a consulting family law attorney is a great resource. So, you can drastically reduce unforeseen mishaps that only a seasoned family law attorney would know how to avoid.
A consulting attorney can also help you work with the other side to achieve a negotiated settlement.
Tailor your legal services for the level of legal support you need. Using a consulting attorney is a great way to manage your costs.
Court forms can be confusing, even when the parties agree on everything. Maybe you don’t necessarily need a lawyer to represent you, but just want some help getting the required court forms completed.
For an hourly rate, we can help you get everything filed. If you need advice or extra help, you can always meet with one of our attorneys.