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5 Reasons Your Attorney Is the Ultimate Source for Divorce Information

There are many reasons to rely on your attorney during your divorce.

  1. Your attorney knows the law. The judge is going to rely on applying the law to the facts in your case to make a decision in your case. While it’s easy to pick up some basics about divorce law, your attorney has spent years learning the many nuances and details that will make a difference in your case and can explain everything you need to know.
  2. Your attorney can see the big picture. When you’re divorcing, you are in the middle of a hurricane of changes and emotions. It’s hard enough to think clearly about today, let alone your future five years from now. Your attorney can help you see the long-term implications of the decisions that are being made today and help you think through how best to position yourself for the future.
  3. Your attorney has been through hundreds of divorces. This is probably your very first divorce. Because your attorney has worked with so many people over the years, he has had the benefit of seeing many, many divorce cases which have provided him with perspective it is impossible to have when you are trying to work through your own divorce.
  4. Your attorney knows how to find money. The more money and assets there are to divide in the divorce, the more you will walk away with. Your attorney will help you find assets to be divided in the divorce and increase your share.
  5. Your attorney is an expert at strategy. A divorce case is about taking the law and the facts of the case and putting them together in a convincing and compelling way that will help you reach your goals. This is why you need an attorney for your case.

The Sampair Group is your divorce firm in Maricopa County. Call our office to schedule an appointment with one of our skilled attorneys today.

5 Reasons Your Attorney Is the Ultimate Source for Divorce Information

There are many reasons to rely on your attorney during your divorce.

  1. Your attorney knows the law. The judge is going to rely on applying the law to the facts in your case to make a decision in your case. While it’s easy to pick up some basics about divorce law, your attorney has spent years learning the many nuances and details that will make a difference in your case and can explain everything you need to know.
  2. Your attorney can see the big picture. When you’re divorcing, you are in the middle of a hurricane of changes and emotions. It’s hard enough to think clearly about today, let alone your future five years from now. Your attorney can help you see the long-term implications of the decisions that are being made today and help you think through how best to position yourself for the future.
  3. Your attorney has been through hundreds of divorces. This is probably your very first divorce. Because your attorney has worked with so many people over the years, he has had the benefit of seeing many, many divorce cases which have provided him with perspective it is impossible to have when you are trying to work through your own divorce.
  4. Your attorney knows how to find money. The more money and assets there are to divide in the divorce, the more you will walk away with. Your attorney will help you find assets to be divided in the divorce and increase your share.
  5. Your attorney is an expert at strategy. A divorce case is about taking the law and the facts of the case and putting them together in a convincing and compelling way that will help you reach your goals. This is why you need an attorney for your case.

The Sampair Group is your divorce firm in Maricopa County. Call our office to schedule an appointment with one of our skilled attorneys today.

5 Reasons Your Attorney Is the Ultimate Source for Divorce Information

There are many reasons to rely on your attorney during your divorce.
Your attorney knows the law. The judge is going to rely on applying the law to the facts in your case to make a decision in your case. While it’s easy to pick up some basics about divorce law, your attorney has spent years learning the many nuances and details that will make a difference in your case and can explain everything you need to know.
Your attorney can see the big picture. When you’re divorcing, you are in the middle of a hurricane of changes and emotions. It’s hard enough to think clearly about today, let alone your future five years from now.

Your attorney can help you see the long-term implications of the decisions that are being made today and help you think through how best to position yourself for the future.
Your attorney has been through hundreds of divorces. This is probably your very first divorce. Because your attorney has worked with so many people over the years, he has had the benefit of seeing many, many divorce cases which have provided him with perspective it is impossible to have when you are trying to work through your own divorce.
Your attorney knows how to find money. The more money and assets there are to divide in the divorce, the more you will walk away with. Your attorney will help you find assets to be divided in the divorce and increase your share.
Your attorney is an expert at strategy.

A divorce case is about taking the law and the facts of the case and putting them together in a convincing and compelling way that will help you reach your goals. This is why you need an attorney for your case.
The Sampair Group is your divorce firm in Maricopa County. Call our office to schedule an appointment with one of our skilled attorneys today.

Make The Most Of Your Initial Consultation at The Sampair Group

At The Sampair Group, our Glendale family law attorneys provide our potential clients with the benefit of having a free initial consultation regarding your family law case.

An initial consultation allows us to meet with our client and discuss information regarding their case and the legal issues that are involved. After going over all of this information, our attorneys will be able to let the client know their legal rights, and the options they have for moving forward with a divorce case.

Preparing for a divorce consultation is very important. This includes preparing for the meeting emotionally. You may have to discuss some things with your divorce lawyer that you don’t necessarily discuss with others, including very personal details regarding your marriage and family difficulties.

Organize all documents regarding any assets that are between you and your spouse. This includes bank accounts, retirement funds, businesses, automobiles, and homes or property. Also included with these documents should be any kind of debts that you and your spouse share, such as mortgages, equity loans, bank loans, student loans and importantly, credit card debt. Showing all of these documents and discussing them in your initial consultation will allow your attorney to get an idea of your financial situation and how they can legally approach it.

Income is also something that should be a topic of discussion in your initial consultation. For your attorney, knowing the income of you and your spouse will help them determine how much child support or spousal maintenance will be paid or received after the divorce.

Always bring to any meeting with your lawyer copies of legal documents that you already have. This may include prenuptial or postnuptial agreements, divorce summons, orders of protection or domestic incident reports that you may be able to present for your side of the case. Always make sure that you and your lawyer each have copies of these documents, but make sure you keep the original copies for yourself in a safe space.

Always be truthful with information and answers to the questions and discussions that your lawyer may have with you. Being truthful and upfront will help your lawyer to be able to help more effectively with your case when they better understand your situation.

Meeting with a divorce attorney for the first time can be an uncomfortable situation, especially considering the emotions you are going through already. Gather whatever you can for the initial consultation and your lawyer will assist you with anything else you need if you are unsure. All information that you disclose to the Glendale divorce attorneys at The Sampair Group in a consultation is confidential. Contact us today at www.sampair.com for more information on how to schedule a free consultation today.