Saving Money During Your Family Law Case

Saving Money During Your Family Law Case

The number-one question many new clients have is whether they will be able to afford the ensuing proceedings. Unfortunately, there is never a uniform price for each family law case. This is because every court proceeding will end up being unique to the individuals involved.

If you are not diligent with the instructions you give your attorney upon your initial consultation, your case could become costly. Firstly, and most importantly, you must locate the correct attorney. There are many different attorneys who can handle a variety of cases; for this reason, its important you find the right fit.

When you have the right attorney from the very start of your case, you can avoid the inconvenience of changing attorneys in the middle of the case and paying another retainer fee. Additionally, after selecting the best attorney for your needs, you can save yourself even more money by providing all relevant documents when asked. As your legal team, we never ask for documents we do not need; the more we reach out seeking documents the more money it could cost so we do our best to avoid this added expense. Additionally, the more times you call our office, the more you will be charged for services. Another way to save money is to make sure you pay all your bills on time. Just like any other bill you may have, you can incur late fees if you don’t stay on top of payments.

It’s always a good idea to write down all relevant questions you have prior to your appointments. Not only will this ensure you are not calling the office when you think of something new to ask, but you can also get a better sense of the case in general.

Compassionate Family Law Lawyers

At Autumn Beck Blackledge, PLLC, we genuinely care about our clients and want to help them protect their best interests. Our family law attorneys offer caring legal guidance while also aggressively advocating for our clients.

Contact our firm online or call us at (850) 404-7263 for your case evaluation.