I Don't Have Enough Money to Hire an Attorney, now what?
We have all been in situations of requiring the help of a professional and not having the funds to do so. It is an awful situation to find yourself in, for sure! Sometimes, we have the luxury of time to 'save up' for what we need, and then, there are those times where we just don't have that luxury. What are your options when you don't have time to save up?
Go To The State of Florida's website under Self-Help Forms
Don't you just love it when someone says to you, 'All you have to do is....' Have you been to the State's Self-Help Forms site? Seems easy enough, right? Well, dig a little deeper and you will find that the forms needed to be filed with the Court are not so easy to understand. This can certainly become overwhelming during a time in which you are most likely already overwhelmed!
Can I hire an attorney to do part of a Divorce?
** The Court Pleadings for a Divorce, Child Custody, Modification etc.
**An Attorney to attend Mediation with you.
**A few hours for an Attorney to review your Granted Decree to determine if you can Modify the Court's Order
It is possible to hire legal counsel, for a flat fee, to perform very specific actions for you.
Why not contact us to find out more?