Many people resign themselves to a less-than-satisfactory divorce with just five words:
"I can't afford a lawyer."
What if there were another way?
If you're going through a divorce, or wish to modify the terms of a divorce after the fact, then expenses are probably the first thing on your mind. Limited Assistance Representation (LAR) is a way for you to get all the legal advice and counsel that you need.
Under Massachusetts law, I am able to help you navigate the intricacies of a divorce, a custody agreement, a restraining order, and more – without fully committing to an expensive attorney-client relationship. I can tell you which parts of your legal journey you can handle on your own, and which parts will require my efforts. I can tell you what to say to a judge or opposing counsel, provide representation during a trial, and even prepare documents for you to file.
This compromise allows you to get most of the benefits of legal advice and representation without the expense – and if at any point you need to escalate to a full attorney-client relationship, all we need to do is sign a new agreement. If you think that LAR is right for you, call for a free consultation today.