Denver Family Lawyers-Denver Divorce Attorney

Filing for divorce? Is Child Support a Problem? Is your "ex" violating a Court Order?

No one enters a marriage expecting it to end in divorce, and marital dissolution is often a difficult and emotionally grueling process. However, having an attorney on your side that is caring, compassionate, and experienced can make the process less painful and traumatic.

Denver family lawyers specializes in the family law relationships which encompass adoption, child custody, visitation rights, domestic violence, divorce, juvenile delinquency, marital property rights,


dependency and
support obligations, and paternity. Denver family lawyers are especially important to couples that are not married, but share property or children.

If you are facing the possibility of divorce, child custody, financial or other issues surrounding a marital break-up, you need sound, intelligent advice from good Denver divorce attorney.

Choosing The Right Divorce Attorney

Accessibility of the Divorce Attorney---When a client becomes dissatisfied with a divorce attorney, one of the most common complaints is that they were unable to communicate with the attorney. It is very important that your divorce attorney be accessible and prompt in responding to your phone calls, emails, and requests for meetings. While you can ask the divorce attorney about their office policy, this is another area where you can best evaluate the divorce attorney by hearing what former clients have to say.

Fees that the Attorney Collects---When you make your initial appointment with the divorce attorney, you should inquire about a consultation fee. Some attorneys do brief initial consultations for free, although most experienced divorce attorneys will charge between $100.00 and $200.00 as a consultation fee, or will charge their normal hourly rate. During the consultation it is vitally important that you have a honest discussion with the prospective divorce attorney about fees and what you can expect. Typically, an experienced divorce attorney will require the payment of a substantial retainer up front, against which that attorney's hourly rate and expenses will be charged. You should find out what that attorney's hourly rate is, what the up front retainer will be, whether any portion of the retainer is refundable if it is not exhausted, and how often you can expect to receive invoices that detail their hourly charges and expenses.

Client Testimonials---Perhaps the best way to decide which divorce attorney to use for your divorce case is to find out what the former clients have to say about that attorney. If you do not know someone who has been a client of that particular divorce attorney, you should consider asking the attorney for a list of clients that you can contact who can describe their experience with the attorney.

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