For most people, going through a divorce is painful. Unfortunately, many
spouses going through this process find themselves considering another
kind of premature end, as well: firing their lawyer. Too many clients
find their divorce trials slipping out their control because of mishandled,
inattentive representation. They do, however, have options.
Even if an individual is in the middle of a divorce trial, it is possible
to change lawyers. In fact, many firms make it fairly painless for new
clients to make this transition and handle much of the transfer for them.
The change process will typically look like the following:
- Seek a new divorce lawyer you'd like to represent you.
- Settle up your bill with your current lawyer.
- Talk to the new lawyer about payments.
- Start receiving counsel from the new lawyer.
It's Your Divorce-You're the Boss
Too many divorce clients feel like they have to weather less-than-excellent
representation during a trial, but this couldn't be further from the
truth. Attorneys should be working on your behalf and if you suspect you're
not getting the counsel you need, you have every right seek another lawyer.
At Jason M. Barbara & Associates, P.C., our Nassau County divorce lawyers
know the stakes in a divorce trial are too high to trust to just anyone.
We've helped countless clients regain control of their divorce settlement
and get their trial back on track.
If you believe your current divorce representation isn't meeting your
divorce trial needs, we invite you to call us today.