Choosing The Right Family Law Attorney
On one side are millions of people who are struggling with family issues such as divorce, custody, and child support.
On the other side is peace of mind. In the middle is a woman on a mission.
Attorney Daniele Johnson (www.djfamilylaw.com) has dedicated her professional expertise to helping clients through difficult times.
Family law is one of the most comprehensive, dynamic and complex areas of the legal field. It is forever evolving and encompasses everything that is dear to us all. Most would agree that our drive and purpose in life is to provide for the financial and emotional well-being of ourselves and loved-ones.
Whether you are going through a divorce; seeking a modification of custody; filing a paternity suit; or trying to legitimatize your child, you must protect what is most important to you. The process begins with a face-to-face meeting with an attorney, who will identify the issues surrounding your case, develop a strategy plan with you and then work very closely with you to accomplish the identified goals.
Attorney Daniele Johnson was quoted in Huffington Post, and you can read the article here
Attorney Johnson says, “One of my biggest pet peeves is the high cost of divorce these days”. In a cases involving complex custody matters or division of high assets, an extraordinary, yet reasonable, amount of attorney’s fees is certainly understandable. However, the majority of family law cases shouldn’t cost tens of thousands of dollars to finalize. Instead, the sharpened skill of negotiation should be utilized to protect your interests.
Selecting the right attorney for you is the most important step in your litigation. Keep in mind, you are looking for an attorney to work for you. Treat the selection process as if you were a boss hiring an employee. That process includes visiting a website for a resume; asking for referrals from family and friends; and conducting an interview, preferably face-to-face. You may also conduct background checks by visiting your local state bar association or attorney specific referral sites.
Attorney Johnson adds,” Laws change constantly so finding a specialist is critical.” Not only do you need to select an attorney with an exclusive focus on family law, you need to find an attorney who has had experience handling your unique set of circumstances.