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Should You Change Divorce Attorneys?
Your divorce is the most important financial transaction of your life. There are times when it appears that the case is never going to end and that you have lost confidence in your lawyer. It is important to know whether or not you should change lawyers and if so, what to do.
There are certain things to look for to determine whether or not you have the right attorney. That could be summarized as follows:
If you do make the decision to change lawyers, there are number of things you need to know:
Then you need to get your new attorney the following information (some you will know, some needs to be obtained from the first attorney):
Keep in mind that your lawyer is not a mind reader. You need to let him or her know what you want in the case and then you should ask for an honest opinion as to whether or not your requests are reasonable. The only measuring stick for whether a case should be settled is, what are you likely to get after a trial.
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