Common Problems Clients have with their Phoenix Divorce Attorney
If you are in the process of looking for a Phoenix Divorce Attorney then I am sure you have run into difficulty getting your questions answered and finding the right person for you.
How do you know which Phoenix Divorce Attorney is right for you?
Enholm Law, PLLC takes pride in the fact that our attorney will deal with a client’s problems and concerns as they arise rather than when it’s convenient for the attorney. When deciding which divorce attorney is right for you there are four factors to look at. To begin with, make sure you find an attorney you won’t have trouble getting a hold of when needed. Around 50% of our new clients who came from other firms state their number one complaint is having trouble reaching their attorneys.
Second, find an attorney you easily relate to. In addition to having a competent, reliable attorney you need to be able to relate to them. If you’re struggling to relate, it’s common for communication barriers to form which could ultimately hinder your case results overall. To help potential clients get to know our firm and our philosophies, we offer a initial consultation where we invite you to our offices and go through what we can do for your case. This provides our clients an opportunity to get to know our firm and the attorney working their cases.
Third, an attorney’s case load to support staff will directly affect the attorney’s time allocation to your case. Take a look at the attorney’s case load. If they have a low number of clients there may be a reason and you should ask some challenging questions to determine if they can handle your case. Conversely, if the firm has a high number of clients they may not have the resources to adequately manage your case. We purposefully have smaller caseloads, which allow us to give each case the attention it deserves to litigate or settle each legal issue. In addition, our client’s main point of contact is generally the attorney. You won’t have to go through a paralegal, legal assistant, or secretary. This is done so all tough questions are answered immediately and next steps can be taken.
Fourth, ask the pricing for your case; attorneys hate this question. Amazingly, the legal industry is one in which a consumer will rarely get a firm quote for services. For example, could you imagine hiring a contractor to build a home that didn’t know the cost but needed a large upfront payment? Although most cases cannot be handled on a flat fee basis, an attorney should be able to give you a ball park estimate that will allow you to understand what the costs would be. At Enholm Law, PLLC, we offer some flat fees and hourly fees that differ per case to fulfill the needs of our clients.
Although this list could go on for days, the importance is to make sure you understand what the law firm that you hire is going to deliver and what they require from you.
Why You Should Choose Enholm Law, PLLC to be your Phoenix Divorce Attorney
- Offering flat and hourly fees on some cases to fit client’s particular needs
- initial consultation to make sure our clients fully understand and are comfortable with the plan
- We develop a comprehensive plan outlining legal goals and timeframes that both you and the attorney understand
Our strategy to handle divorces is to focus on four specific areas including: support maintenance (alimony), property division, community waste, and child custody. The court spends a great deal of time dividing community property, finances, and debt. In addition, the Arizona courts will also focus on making sure provisions are made for any children common to the parties. By concentrating on the four areas laid out, Enholm Law, PLLC can form a well-rounded case that will yield the best possible results.
- The Arizona Divorce Process Timeline
- The Basic Areas Of Phoenix Family Law
- The Seven Deadly Sins Of Divorce
- Divorce – Common Issues
- Overview of Annulments
- Phoenix Divorce – What Is Discovery?
- Guidelines For Spousal Maintenance
- How is Child Care Support Calculated in Arizona?
- How To Lose Custody of Your Child in a Divorce or Child Custody Battle
- Legal terms used in a divorce