Experience In Managing Complex Divorce Documents
Family law issues are difficult and emotional. Many times, when one party gets a lawyer involved, it makes matters worse because now the other side feels they have to hire an attorney in order to keep up. This tends to escalate things and perhaps turn things that were not issues in dispute before, now be in dispute. In the end, both parties end up spending much more than necessary on attorneys to obtain the same result.
Arizona divorce documents are not simple and can have serious ramifications if not completed correctly. If you use document preparation services to assist you in getting the process started correctly, and the other side then hires a lawyer, you can always hire one yourself. There is no statute or rule that prevents you from doing so at any time during the process.
When both parties agree on all issues or have only a few minor things requiring a resolution, a document preparer can be useful in keeping both parties calm.
However, your documents need to be completed correctly and filed with the appropriate court, and perhaps delivered to the judge depending on what is being filed. There are specific statutes and rules of procedure that must be followed in order to get your case heard by the court. Failure to do so may result in the dismissal of your case or sanctions against you.
Assistance Throughout The Duration Of Your Legal Matter
At Lincoln & Wenk, PLLC, we ensure the correct completion of the appropriate documents, as well as the completion of the correct procedures.
We can assist you with not only getting your legal documents filed, but also served on the other party, filed with the court, hand-delivered to the judge; having a hearing set, and informing our customers as to the next steps they need to complete in order to comply with the required procedures.
We also ensure that you are prepared for court and are aware of what will happen at any given hearing.
At Lincoln & Wenk, PLLC, we don’t just provide you with a set of documents and send you on your way. We continue to be available for questions as your case progresses.
We recognize that no two families are the same, and no two family law matters are the same. Boilerplate documents do not work in most cases where there are unique facts and circumstances that warrant customized pleadings to express to the judge your position on any given issue.