A divorce can be a stressful, emotional, and overwhelming time for anyone. Having an experienced attorney on your side to guide you through the process is the best way to ensure a successful case and help you feel at ease.
While hiring a divorce lawyer is necessary, you shouldn’t have to settle since they are the ones helping you make important decisions about your life and family. And for this reason, it’s essential you know what to ask when meeting with them for the first time.
First, you’ll want to get an idea of your attorney’s experience and plans for how to handle a divorce case. Divorces can be complicated and weigh heavily on you, so understanding what to expect from the process and what your lawyers’ plans are to ensure the most successful outcome possible is important. You never want to be left in the dark about your lawyers’ strategy for your case.
Communication is key to a successful case. There will be times when you’ll want to speak with your attorney as soon as possible, or they’ll need to reach you quickly. Because of this, asking them ahead of time their preferred communication method and their average response time can be very beneficial.
A divorce can open up a lot of private, emotional, and potentially painful information about your marriage, family, and life. There likely is a lot of history between you and your spouse, so you may be wondering where to start with your story and what needs to be shared. Don’t be afraid to ask your attorney precisely what they need to know about you and your situation so that the necessary information required for the case is shared.
It’s no secret that a divorce can be costly, and you may be concerned about the financial strain this process will have on you. Asking your attorney about strategies and tips on how to proceed while making your divorce as cost-effective as possible should be on your list of questions.
Now it’s time to know what’s next for you in this process. What documents need to be gathered? When will court start? When do you need to start paying? These questions need to be answered, and you’ll want to be prepared for what’s next for you and your attorney. So, don’t hesitate to ask these questions at the end of your meeting and feel confident about moving forward.
When going through a divorce, you need an experienced and knowledgeable attorney on your side to guide you through the process. The attorneys at the Law Office of Blake W. Rush have more than 16 years representing spouses in both amicable and contested divorces throughout New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania. Give us a call at (903) 713-9800 or visit our website to contact us and learn more about how we can help you.