The Danger Of Do It Yourself Divorce
You’ve probably seen divorce help websites and DIY divorce programs popping up online today, and as with most websites you should be cautious. Often, people don’t understand the risks they are taking when attempting a do-it-yourself divorce.
Some risks include:
- Inadequately protected rights
- Unfairly set support amounts
- Legally unenforceable agreements
- Prolonged court dates and mishaps
At Davis Faas Blase, PLLC, we have spent four decades helping people in the court of law. We make it our job to ensure that the next steps you take are fully informed ones. Let our experienced team help you identify and manage risk during this deceptively complicated process.
It is critical that clearly drafted and legally enforceable documents are signed and in place throughout the divorce process. Effective legal agreements manage risk, protect parties involved, and provide all parties with a clear blueprint for future behavior. Our lawyers work one on one with our divorce clients to build legal agreements that are enforceable in a court of law. These agreements routinely address difficult matters such as children, assets, property, and finances.
We take the time to get to know you, your family, and your case so that we can steer your divorce in the right direction. We are able to anticipate and avoid obstacles, addressing them effectively before they even arise.
Our lawyers have over 40 years of experience in helping families through divorce and in other legal areas. As a team, they are completely dedicated to providing personalized legal services to all of the clients of the firm. For that reason, they do something few, if any, other firms do: they provide their cellphone numbers to clients. In doing so, we as a firm maintain our commitment to our work as a 24/7 law office.
Contact Davis Faas Blase, PLLC today to schedule a complimentary initial meeting with our office: 602.842.0807. You can also reach us online. All communications between potential clients and Davis Faas Blase, PLLC remain confidential.