v4 – Should You Represent Yourself in a Divorce

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Video Script Below

“Should you represent yourself in a divorce? I’m Steve Kramer of the New Future Divorce & Family Law Firm. I’m a Florida divorce and family attorney. This is a question you need to ask and a lot of people don’t take the consideration of this seriously enough.It’s really important to have an attorney.Maybe you have a law degree, maybe you passed the bar. Maybe you understand the complex rules, the complex laws. Maybe you understand how parenting plans work, how evidence gets in in court, how mandatory disclosures work, how pleadings work. Maybe you understand all these things. But, if you’re like most people, you probably don’t and the process can be very daunting.And even if you do a decent job representing yourself, is it really the best use of your time? Can you really get the best result? Is this really where you want to focus? And are you going to get the very best result? Are you going to be giving up something by representing yourself?There are very complex issues in a divorce involving children, alimony at times, equitable distribution. If these aren’t issues in your case, then maybe you can do it by yourself.But if these are issues in your case, you might want to consider getting an attorney. Or at least sitting down and talking with an attorney, because a lot of times it can save you a lot more money than you think.

Why am I telling you this?

Because it’s important to have good guidance in these types of issues. Family cases are not always so simple. And I’m glad to talk with you any time; I do this all the time. If you want to talk, call the number below and I’d love talk with you and help you out any way I can – and just give you guidance.

Thanks for watching! I’m Steve Kramer.”

Call 877.493.4847 and I’d love to talk with you.
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