Why shouldn’t I handle my own divorce? Why do I need an attorney?

New Jersey Divorce Lawyers

Divorce is a highly emotional and stressful situation. On top of that, most divorces have multiple issues, moving parts and facets to it that a person not experienced in law will overlook. This can lead to both short and long term negative, devastating results. If you and your spouse are looking to reduce costs and can work together reasonably well, then an uncontested divorce would be the best direction to go in. However, it is still highly recommended to retain an experienced, New Jersey divorce attorney to make sure all avenues are pursued, all documents and agreements are properly filled out and filed and to be a legal advocate for you in the courtroom.

Look at it this way: would you perform surgery on yourself or would you leave it to the hands of an expert? We have seen too many people have to pay a lot of money to fix a problem that could have been easily avoided if they had a good divorce lawyer. The judge will likely not help you with all of the different issues in your case. If you put through a bad or incomplete settlement, you may not find out about it until it is too late. Don’t risk a potential nightmare. Remember, just because you hire a divorce lawyer does not mean that your case has to get expensive or complicated.

The Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., use our expert divorce lawyers to assist you throughout the process while not breaking the bank and keeping your rights protected. Schedule a free initial consultation with our law firm by calling one of our Middlesex County divorce attorneys at 732-773-2768 today!

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Posted on March 27, 2013, in Articles and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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