Another option in preparing for divorce is to have Best Law Firm draft your documents for a flat fee (see www.bestlawaz.com). If you are interested in this type of service, we provide potential clients with a Divorce Coach questionnaire and we canwe can complete the necessary documents for filing pertinent to your
specific situation, often within 24 hours. Our document preparation is handled by attorneys who understand the legal requirements of your case.
Also, if you have any questions, you can call our office and speak with an attorney specifically about your case and your needs. A free consultation (up to one hour) comes with the flat fee package for your initial document preparation. Another option is to pay for hour long attorney consultations as needed. Note: once you consult with an attorney, that same attorney cannot act as a mediator in your case, because that would be a conflict of interest. Any case can be mediated, even though one or both parties hashave an attorney.
Individuals often come to us after trying to do it alone or after experiencing a court disaster. But some mistakes cannot be undone.
It is easy to fall into the trap of thinking that you can handle your situation on your own. Do-It-Yourself forms make legal matters seem very simple. Unfortunately, there are many dangers to using these template legal forms. Because of the potential dangers, there are several reasons why people should come to an attorney to have their legal documents prepared:
As experienced attorneys, we are able to provide the guidance you need to avoid problems. Our clients benefit from peace of mind, knowing an experienced attorney is preparing their legal documents and answering their questions, without the high costs associated with a lawyer who does everything.
This is a negotiated process where you and your partner/spouse hire a neutral third party mediator, usually an attorney, to negotiate and work through all the issues that need to be resolved to end your marriage or resolve your disputes. Best Law Firm provides this kinder, gentler approach to resolving family disputes. The parties come...Read More >