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For most people, Divorce is a ‘first time’ occurrence and as with any ‘first time’ experience, there are some things that you should know before you even start!

  1. Don’t panic! There are already laws in place to handle almost every conceivable Divorce situation. Get sound legal advice from an experienced Divorce Attorney so you understand your legal rights and options.
  2. Don’t think that if you pay more, you get more. In the area of Divorce–it doesn’t work that way. Make sure you are dealing with an experienced Lawyer who is looking out for YOUR best interest! This means getting you through the Divorce process both professionally and economically. If you get through it but have no money left…you haven’t won!
  3. Don’t sign any legal contract until you have read it carefully.  If you are unsure, you may want to get another opinion.

If you follow these 3 simple steps, you will be way ahead of most people who tend to make mistakes and spend too much money. Those who Divorce more than once already know these steps and act accordingly.

Remember, there are some Divorce Attorneys who offer ‘flat fee’ or ‘affordable’ Divorces. These Lawyers offer a fair approach which allows you to save money while also getting the advice and oversight of an experienced Divorce professional. Moreover, if you and your spouse can be agreeable and settle your differences by agreement, your Divorce will be even easier and less costly.

For more information on affordable Divorce throughout California, call Legal Action Workshop @ 1-800-HELP-444 or visit our website www.LegalActionWorkshopLAW.com. We’re the Law Firm that offers low flat fees and we’re ready to help you!

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