Part 5 of 5 questions you should ask a Utah divorce attorney
This is the fifth and final part on our series of questions that may be relevant to your divorce case during your initial consultation. These are questions that are typically asked or areas that are often confusing to newcomers to family law matters. Part I, Part II, Part III, and Part IV are currently available online. We invite you to read the article below as well as others on our site to better prepare yourself for your initial meeting. If you still have questions or concerns about your divorce in Utah, we invite you to call Burton Family Attorneys at (801) 393-1106 to speak with a legal professional.
Question 5: What is your general overall impression of my case?
Finding the answer to this question is perhaps the single most important reason why people seek a consultation with a divorce attorney. Skilled family lawyers will be able to put you in a place where you have a strong sense of what to expect ahead. Given the specifics of your case, you should be able to have these general questions answered:
- What is the general timeframe we can expect with my divorce? As is true with all family law matters, the case and the obstacles that need to be addressed in order to come to a full resolution. As you may be aware of other online resources, there are factors that will complicate your case and spread out the timeline. Examples include the number of children that you may have with your spouse. Financial considerations include how many assets and the debt you have together, including loans and marital property.
- Will you allow me to negotiate directly with my spouse? How will communication go between me and your law firm? What are some things that I can do to help keep the overall costs of my divorce down?
- How does my divorce look in the eyes of the law? This can cover a wide range of topics including how things like alimony or spousal support will work, who will get to keep the marital home, and where the children will primarily live.
Finding a divorce attorney to be on your side
Hopefully, our online blog has brought some illumination to your situation. It is impossible to ever answer all questions without speak to you directly as an individual. If you or a loved one has been served or is considering a divorce, please feel free to contact Burton Family Attorneys today.
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