Representing yourself in a divorce

Believe it or not, it is actually possible to represent yourself in your divorce proceeding. This is especially true when you and your spouse are in agreement about how to split everything. This is considered an uncontested divorce or a dissolution and is easily settled with the help of the court. It’s even simpler if there are no children and only a few marital assets involved.

Representing yourself pro se in a divorce can be much cheaper than hiring an attorney. If there aren’t a lot of complicated issues surrounding your divorce, you often end up paying an attorney to fill out a couple of forms that you could easily do yourself. Being familiar with the state’s divorce laws is important when filing your own divorce, and it’s important to make sure you are seeing the situation from a “big picture” perspective.

At Dailey Law Offices, we strive to make your divorce as simple and painless as possible. We offer a range of unbundled services, which includes a free 30-minute initial consultation. During this consultation, we will discuss the facts of your divorce and outline the steps you will need to take in proceeding. Then, we will offer you some of our forms to help you file the required documents quickly. This service is ideal for clients who understand the repercussions of pro se filing and don’t want to pay a large amount of attorney’s fees. If you are interested in this service, please contact Dailey Law Offices today!

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