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Why should i hire a divorce lawyer


PDC Lawyers are your trusted legal firm offering expert representation in divorce, child custody, estate litigation and more!

PDC Lawyers are your trusted legal firm offering expert representation in divorce, child custody, estate litigation and more!

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  • 1. Why Should I Hire aWhy Should I Hire aDivorce Lawyer?Divorce Lawyer?
  • 2. When you get married, the absolute last thing on yourmind is the likelihood of getting divorced someday.However, as more and more couples realize in today’ssociety, divorce is definitely a possibility. The reasonsmay run through quite a range, but more and morepeople are opting for this solution when the relationshipencounters problems.It’s common when contemplating divorce to wonder ifyou should hire a divorce lawyer or not. Here are somescenarios when a lawyer will help you protect yourrights and get through the process easier.
  • 3. Child CustodyChild CustodyIt isn’t just automatically assumed that childrenwill take up primary residence with the motherafter a divorce. That may have been the case inthe past, and it may still end up that way in manycases, but it isn’t set in stone.A divorce lawyer can help you present your case asto why you want primary custody, or even withvisitation issues your former spouse doesn’t agreewith.
  • 4. Child SupportChild SupportChild support is another issue that can end upbeing a point of contention between divorcingparents. There are guideline laid out thateveryone is supposed to follow, but there are timeswhen the primary caregiver expects more than islisted.A divorce lawyer will help hammer out an amountthat is fair for everyone, depending on the specificsituation.
  • 5. Spousal SupportSpousal SupportIn many cases, the spouse that earned less moneyin the marriage is also entitled to spousal support.Many higher-earning spouses have no issue withpaying child support, but have a big problem,when it comes to paying spousal support. This isespecially true of situations where there are badfeelings.When you hire a divorce lawyer, he or she will helpyou get or give what is fair, depending on yourindividual situation.
  • 6. Asset NegotiationsAsset NegotiationsIn most cases, the assets that were accumulatedduring the course of the marriage must be dividedbetween the two parties. A divorce lawyer canhelp with the negotiations so each person gets afair return, and hopefully any specific items youwished to take with you.
  • 7. PaperworkPaperworkWith so many legal elements involved, there isalways a lot of paperwork that needs to becompleted and filed during a divorce. Your lawyercan take care of all these details, so you can justfocus on healing and moving on.A lawyer will also ensure everything is filled outproperly, so you aren’t caught up in anytechnicalities down the road.
  • 8. Current AdviceCurrent AdviceSince a divorce lawyer deals in divorce issues on adaily basis, you can feel confident that the adviceand suggestions you receive are current and up-to-date. The lawyer will be privy to any newrulings, law changes or anything else that will helpyou with your divorce.
  • 9. The Uncontested DivorceThe Uncontested DivorceIt’s important to note that if you have a completelyuncontested divorce, you may be able to getthrough it fine without a lawyer. If both spouseswant the divorce and are in agreement on issueslike possessions, support and custody, a divorcelawyer may not be necessary.
  • 10. ReferencesReferences Department of Justice – Cedeno