What happens at an initial divorce consultation?

What happens at an initial divorce consultation?

When a person or a couple feels as though their marriage has taken a turn for the worse, they may be considering their options for divorce. Of course, deciding to get divorced is often a difficult task and people mull it over for quite some time. In addition, the individual may be unsure of whether a divorce is the best thing for the family, especially if they have children that will be heavily impacted by the divorce. When this happens, the individual may want to schedule a consultation with an experienced divorce attorney that can help them determine whether this is truly the best for their future and the future of their family. Sometimes it is, and sometimes people feel like they should stick it out and work on the marriage a little bit longer to try and mend some of the issues.

At the meeting with the divorce attorney, the individual may want to ask questions about what they can expect. This is a good time to ask any questions that they may have in regards to child support, child custody, visitation, spousal support, and equitable distribution. If you are contemplating divorce, schedule a consultation with our firm today.

The Pollack Law Firm, P.C. understands that divorce and family law matters can be very complicated and emotional. They require strong legal representation from a compassionate attorney. Robert Pollack is an experienced divorce and family law attorney in Long Island, New York. Contact The Pollack Law Firm, P.C., to set up a free initial consultation.

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