Family Law can be a hard and emotional topic for a lot of people. It can be especially hurtful if you harbor passionate Christian beliefs about topics like divorce. Many important decisions will have to be made including decisions about child support, child custody, spousal maintenance, community property, etc. as well as decisions regarding what role religion will play in the lives of your children. Sometimes, one parent may insist that the children attend weekly church meetings and the other may be against such an arrangement. An attorney will be able to help you get the representation you need to make sure your family law case is handled and that your children are raised with the values and principles that are important to you. Contact a Christian Family Law attorney in Mesa AZ to get started.
In most cases, family law attorneys encourage their clients to resolve the issues they have in their divorce outside of court. They engage in mediation or collaborative law with their spouse to avoid going through the expense, emotional toll, and time involved when they do prosecute. If a couple can communicate effectively and decide together about how to deal with each issue, they can save themselves money and heartache in the long run.
What kind of fees do family lawyers charge?
The hourly rate for family lawyers varies depending on where you live and the lawyer’s reputation and. Some may be willing to work on a contingency basis, which means you do not have to pay them until the case is settled. If this is your arrangement with your lawyer, make sure there are no hidden fees before signing any agreement.
If their expenses are expensive, you may want to ask for an estimate of how much they expect the process to cost so you can factor that into your divorce arrangements.
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