Orange County and Los Angeles Family Law Attorneys serving the self-represented litigant.
Self-representation in family law legal matters is a growing trend in California and across the United States. It can save self-represented litigants valuable time and money.
However, the reality is that self-representation may not be as easy as initially expected. A pro-se/pro per litigant (self-represented litigant) may want to consult an attorney about a single but important legal issue to ensure that the proper legal steps are taken. Paperwork can quickly be rejected by the court if it is completed incorrectly.
Representing yourself in a family law matter, but want an attorney to check your work or provide limited legal advice? We can help.
Hammers & Baltazar Family Law, with offices in Santa Monica and Newport Beach, offers experienced representation to clients in pro se divorce matters. If you are looking to represent yourself in a family law matter, our firm can provide the guidance you need to make sure that your documents are prepared correctly, that paperwork is filed on time, and that important legal steps are being properly taken.
Legal services from an attorney for the self-representing.
If you are choosing to represent yourself, you will be responsible for completing important legal documents and filing them in court. One mistake could throw the legal process off-track, so it is important to cover your bases — while still representing yourself.
By hiring Hammers & Baltazar, LLP for self-representation in a family law matter, you can achieve peace-of-mind that your legal matter is being overseen by skilled family law attorneys. We can ensure that your legal documents are completed correctly and that all legal requirements are met in a variety of family law matters:
- Child custody
- Child support/alimony
- Property division
- Dissolution of a domestic partnership
Get to know us better. If you have questions regarding benefits of self-representation in family law matters, contact us.
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