What to ask your divorcement solicitor

Andrew Isaacs understand that acquiring an annulment can be an extremely overwhelming and sensitive time and for that reason keeping in mind and understanding what to ask can be a very difficult task. Rest assured there are no right and wrong inquiries.

It is vital to give us with as much data as feasible and never be scared to ask questions. Our team will always make time for you and provide the support demanded. The answer you get may not always be the answer you want or expect,but will be an answer from expertise and understanding with your best interests at the center.

We can not give an exhaustive checklist of all queries to be asked as every case is one-of-a-kind,however here are a few key queries to get you started which can be asked at a preliminary meeting:

Do I have to get Divorced?

No. Only you can choose if you want to get divorced but there are typically a variety of which we will describe to you at your very first appointment. You may only know what you want to do when you have spoken to our team and listened closely to our advice.

Do I need a Legal representative?

The short response is no. Nevertheless,we strongly recommend that you do instruct a lawyer or attorney.

Upon your initial appointment with us you will see the knowledge and professionalism of our team that will give you the assurance in instructing us.
The danger you take in not assigning a law firm is that without proper legal guidance you may not follow the right divorce procedure which can develop delay and incur additional charges. Further and more significantly you may not get the best settlement you could and can not make informed selections.

How much will it amount to?

As will be frequently stated,every case is different so we can not tell you definitively what your divorce will be priced at.
We will however typically give you a quotation and be able to tell you the costs of the court fees. Court fees are known as disbursements and you should ask what other disbursements there could be and ask for an estimate of anticipated disbursements.

We want our clients to be aware of the cost of instructing us,so they don’t enter into something they may not be able to afford. We are here to assist and not cause added stress. Knowing the estimated cost from the outset will allow you to budget correctly.

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