Should I Hire An Attorney?
Hiring A Divorce Lawyer In Colorado
The decision to hire a divorce attorney can be difficult, emotionally and financially. Many couples choose to represent themselves. Often, they make their own legal decisions until they run into problems. In these circumstances, they may end up turning to lawyers to help resolve problems that could have been avoided had they received legal counsel in the beginning.
Before you determine whether you need an attorney for your particular circumstances, consult with an attorney. Seeing an attorney does not require that you hire an attorney. It means acquiring the information you need to make informed decisions about your situation. When you are informed, you are empowered. In a divorce, what you don’t know may hurt you and cost you dearly.
Schedule An Initial Consultation
At our offices across Colorado, we set aside plenty of time to talk with our clients about their situations. When you schedule a consultation with us, we will help you understand how the law may affect you and which course of action is best. We will be honest with you about your situation. The truth may be that you do not need an attorney to handle your family law matter. If this is the case, you will leave with the information necessary to proceed.
You may not choose to act right away after meeting with us. You may want to wait for a year or longer. The knowledge is yours to keep, however, and there’s no obligation to hire us. We will be here when you need us.
Do you have to have an attorney to get a divorce? No, but having an attorney may prevent you from making huge mistakes that may cost you far more to correct, if they can be fixed at all. Call us at 720-541-5873 or complete our online contact form. We have offices located in Jefferson County in Littleton, Colorado, serving the Denver metro area, as well as satellite offices in Steamboat Springs (Routt County), Grand Junction (Mesa County) and Craig (Moffat County).