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Baltimore Maryland

September, 25th

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About Divorce Lawyers

When you are looking for local divorce lawyers you are thinking about only a few things. You want out of your marriage, you don't want to be away from your children, and you dont want to be hurt financially as well as emotionally. Having all of these things on your mind can make it easy for local divorce lawyers to take advantage of you and your situation. The best way to avoid this type of abuse is to interview many different local divorce lawyers before hiring one, and asking them all the same ten very important questions. Do you believe in your own case? If local divorce lawyers think that you are in the wrong, and they do not believe in you or your case, they are the wrong lawyers for you because they will not really want to help you. How many cases similar to mine have you won? Dont let the local divorce lawyers hem and haw around this question. Dont let them tell you that they had one case similar, and then skirt around the details. Be sure that the lawyer can help you with your unique situation. What parts of the divorce will you handle? Some lawyers prefer not to take difficult contested child custody cases. Other lawyers may want to avoid child support courts. Make sure that the local divorce lawyers you choose from will handle all aspects of your case. How much time do you have to dedicate to my case? Too many local divorce lawyers work independently and therefore have to take many cases to be able to make ends meet. If the lawyer you choose doesnt have time to do your case right, you could get lost in the cracks and your divorce could be drug out far longer than it should. How much do you charge for an initial fee? Most local divorce lawyers will have a set rate for an initial down payment, deposit, or retainer.

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