"Do I need a lawyer in my divorce?"
When you call our office and ask that question, be prepared for numerous questions before you receive a response. We’ll want to know about your job, family circumstances (particularly children and their ages), and your general assets and debts. Don’t be surprised if we ask about your consideration or participation in marital counseling and any preliminary plans for child support, child custody, joint custody, child visitation, or some other form of parenting of children, allocation of assets, and payment of debts. And yes, we will talk about attorney fees; you should expect that so you can make an informed decision about your case.
It’s our experience that when people are considering a divorce, they want answers to their questions and guidance to provide solutions to their problems. Both Randy Vonderheide and Steve Knecht have practiced family law for over thirty years and aren’t reluctant to candidly discuss your circumstances.
Some people don’t hire an attorney to handle their divorce for them, and while some of those cases work out just fine, there are still many that don’t, so what better than to ask a lawyer about your circumstances?
Call Vonderheide & Knecht to discuss your circumstances and our fees associated with divorce cases. Knowing your options on what to do next will help you make more informed decisions for your upcoming case.
Vonderheide & Knecht: Serving Your Legal Needs Since 1992.