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By: trendsettafalife
Danielle Cortez-Harper & Assoc
Horrible customer service/communication. I ended up getting a refund due to too many red flags. Legal services are to serious to take the gamble when everything is rocky before it even gets started.
By: Jenny R.
Atkins, O'Toole & Briner
Great customer service and pleasant experience. Everyone at the firm treated me with dignity and respect, and my outcome exceeded expectations.
By: texdad
Becker Keith D
I completely disagree with the poor rating comment. Keith is a very straight shooting individual who doesn't charge you a ton of money to do the right thing. He makes it a point to find out what you want out of your current situatioin, and let's you know honnestly, your fights that will come along. I would send my family to this guy.
Tips & Advices
Outside of separation and asset questions, divorce attorneys can also help with things like custody claims and anticipation of potential legal issues with the divorce. Divorces can become drawn-out affairs, and even when settled, can factor into other family decisions.
Yes, proceedings having to do with custody claims are among the main legal themes divorce attorneys deal with. Attorneys can help settle visitation schedules, as well as litigate on your behalf if these conditions are not met on the other side of the divorce.
Be prepared to bring documentation such as previous tax filings, bank statements, proof of marital and work status, prenuptial agreements (if applicable), and any paperwork related to assets and property.
Searching online for reputed and local divorce attorneys is one of the easiest and most common ways to find representation. Other actions include soliciting referrals or searching for candidates through attorney organizations, like the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.
Questions to ask include those related to: fee structures; anticipated amount of personal participation; the attorney's experience and specialties as they pertain to your case; the expected timeline; and what follow-up actions will be needed. If complications ensue with the divorce, some clients prefer to work with the same attorney, making follow-ups all the more important.

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