Hiring An Aggressive Divorce Attorney Is Not Always Best

Paul Sterling

When a person goes through a divorce, a common misperception is that hiring an aggressive lawyer is important in getting a fair outcome. Although s...

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Attorney Michael S. Dyer Author Nov 14, 2010
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Being aggressive does not mean being unrealistic. It is important to represent your clients with as much fervor as possible. That does not mean go above what it is they are asking for simply because you can, that means exercise your judgement as an Attorney and give your client the best possible outcome. You can read my blog or my site for more informatiion:
http://www.mikedyerlaw.com
http://divorce-palmbeach.com

edited Nov 14, 2010 - by @AttorneyMichaelSDyer28108
Divorce and Parenting Author Jun 04, 2010
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To protect yourself from hiring a ?divorce specialist? who is in fact a jack of all trades (lawyers can practice in any/several areas of the law they like) find a divorce lawyer who can substantiate that they are a divorce specialist. A genuine divorce specialist will understand your concerns and be ready to do this. Alternatively, limit your search to lawyers who work in law firms specializing in divorce.
.-= Divorce and Parenting´s last blog ..Marriage Counseling ? One of the Greatest Causes of Divorce =-.

edited Jun 04, 2010 - by @DivorceandParenting28358
Divorce Online Author Jun 04, 2010
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To know how to find a divorce lawyer with this in mind, consider various aspects of your divorce. For instance, do you anticipate an amicable or contentious divorce? If contentious, is there any hope that your spouse will be open to compromise and cooperation? Are you willing and/or able to fund a divorce case lengthened by conflict? And importantly, if you have children are you prepared to prolong a divorce which inevitably affects them too?
.-= Divorce Online´s last blog ..How to Ask for a Divorce =-.

edited Jun 04, 2010 - by @DivorceOnline28359
Families of Divorce Author Jun 04, 2010
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It is important, then, to choose a divorce lawyer who is someone you like and believe you can communicate well with. A lawyer with good interpersonal skills is also likely to get along with other people involved in your divorce, from secretaries to court judges.
.-= Families of Divorce´s last blog ..Psychological and Emotional Aspects of Divorce =-.

edited Jun 04, 2010 - by @FamiliesofDivorce28420
Legal Separation Author Jun 04, 2010
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Do you want an aggressive lawyer? A lot of potential clients have a pretty clear idea that they want either an aggressive lawyer or a lawyer who focuses on compromise and negotiation. Fortunately, most clients have at least some understanding that compromise and negotiation are at the heart of the vast majority of ?winning? family law situations. Both parties are usually the losers in litigation.
.-= Legal Separation´s last blog ..The Lowdown On A Quick NY Divorce =-.

edited Jun 04, 2010 - by @LegalSeparation28742
Premarital Counseling Author Jun 04, 2010
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Many people going through a divorce feel that they need an aggressive attorney to represent them, or the outcome will end up being unfair to them. At certain times during a divorce case, aggressively advocating for a client is appropriate, however constant aggression can backfire and end up costing the client a lot more financially and emotionally.
.-= Premarital Counseling´s last blog ..About Catholic Marriage Counseling =-.

edited Jun 04, 2010 - by @PremaritalCounseling28989