Introduction

Hiring a divorce lawyer in Connecticut can be an intimidating prospect, but it doesn’t have to be! Many people are concerned that hiring a lawyer will cost them more money than they can afford, and others believe that it’s unnecessary because they already know what their rights are as far as property and child custody is concerned. This guide will show you the top five myths about hiring an attorney and why hiring one is the best option if you’re looking to get a Connecticut Divorce Lawyer.

Myth 1: I am going to save money by doing it myself

The first myth is that you can save money by not hiring an attorney. Nothing could be further from reality, because if you get into trouble for not filing your paperwork correctly, you will end up paying more by paying fines, interest, and even back-wages to your employees! Be sure that if there is anything to file with state or federal government agencies (and there often is), hire an attorney to do it for you and make sure it gets filed correctly.

Myth 2: He/She will fight me on everything

A lawyer is actually there to help you. It is an attorney’s job to represent your interests and get you what you deserve. While it may seem like he or she is fighting against you, they are just doing their job—you don’t have to like them or her for them or to be good at it. You want someone who works for you, not someone who takes delight in seeing your life fall apart.

Myth 3: They only want my money

In most cases, divorce lawyers operate on a contingency basis, which means they receive no payment until after your divorce is finalized.

Myth 4: It’s stressful, but worth it in the end

This is true, but only if you have an experienced attorney fighting for your rights. While it’s true that no one wants to be involved with divorce proceedings, sometimes there’s no other option.

Myth 5: Only someone with experience can help me

Not true! You don’t need to hire an attorney who has handled hundreds of divorce cases. The more experience an attorney has, typically, the higher his or her fee will be.

Conclusion

In conclusion,  An experienced attorney may not necessarily know how to handle your specific situation better than a less experienced one. I hope that you’ve found these tips helpful as you make your decision. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me at any time.