DIVORCE: INITIAL CONSULTATION

Chad M. Layton, Esq.
June 29, 2015

Divorce: Initial Consultation
by: Chad M. Layton, Esq.

    Meeting with a Divorce Lawyer is not fun.  This initial step of sitting down and discussing your personal life and finances with a stranger can be overwhelming.  

    Like many things in life, the difficult task of sitting down with and interviewing a Divorce Attorney is necessary.  A knowledgeable and experienced Divorce Attorney should provide you with answers to important questions and answers to questions which you did not know you should be asking.  The Attorney should leave you feeling as though he or she is a reliable professional in this area and can address all of your concerns.

    Most importantly, you should obtain a level of comfort and trust with the Attorney during your initial consultation.  This can only be done by sitting down face to face and discussing the tough issues.  The legal advice given to you during your initial consultation should include reasonable expectations regarding your assets, liabilities and family.  These issues should not be taken lightly.  Hiring an experienced and ethical Divorce Law Firm is the first step in understanding the legal issues which arise in Divorce and the proper way to address the important issues such as homes, retirement accounts, investments and children. 
     
    Further information regarding Divorce, Alimony and Marital Law issues in Palm Beach County is available at LaytonLawOffices.com.

    If you are seriously considering Divorce or a Family Law matter in West Palm Beach, call (561) 585-4631 to schedule an initial consultation with Family law and Divorce Attorney Chad M. Layton, Esq. or e-mail his scheduling assistant at:

Dwhite@hwml-law.com.   
Harvey Waddell & Layton
101 N. J Street, Suite 1
Lake Worth, FL 33460
(561) 585-4631
Laytonlawoffices.com   

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