Avoiding the Risks Involved in Self-Representation
Is a Do-It-Yourself Divorce Right for You?
Many people are drawn to the idea of self-representation in divorce proceedings in order to save money. What most people don't consider is the fact that a do-it-yourself divorce may be more costly.
Self-representation may be a viable option for individuals who are married for a very short time, have no children and few assets. For all others, working with a divorce attorney is highly advisable to avoid potentially costly mistakes.
We regularly advise people on the issue of whether or not a do-it-yourself divorce is appropriate.
The Benefits of Working with Swerdloff & Swerdloff
Our law firm is different in many ways. Ileen Swerdloff and Mark Swerdloff are a team wedded personally and professionally. You will work directly with one of us – not a paralegal, secretary or less-experienced associate.
Because we understand that the legal needs of our clients are often pressing, we focus on being easily accessible and readily available to speak to clients.
We can help you with all divorce-related matters:
- Divorce and legal separation
- Child support
- Child custody
- Property division and alimony
- Post-divorce solutions
- Contempt of court issues
If you are considering a do-it-yourself divorce, we invite you to contact a lawyer for an honest assessment of your situation.
A do-it-yourself divorce may or may not be in your best interests. You can rely on us for practical legal advice and effective representation.