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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need an attorney?
Divorce is a traumatic event, and it is easy to make mistakes during the process – financial or otherwise. With good counsel, you can best address the immediate and future needs of your family in ways that reduce conflict and damage.
How long will my case take?
Family law cases can take between three and eight months to complete. A high-conflict case can take longer. The length of your case will depend on whether you reach an informal settlement agreement or whether your case is resolved through mediation or trial.
How much will my case cost?
The financial cost of your case is a product of time. Attorneys bill clients based on an hourly rate. These rates vary according to experience and other factors. High-conflict cases demand more of an attorney’s time and, thus, are typically more expensive.
Do I have to go to court?
Alternative dispute resolution (mediation) offers parties an opportunity to settle their disputes out of court. In fact, most family law cases settle. However, your case will proceed to trial on any issues that remain unresolved.