Divorce is not an inexpensive process, and it should come as no surprise
that many couples attempt to “cheat the system,” at least
from a financial perspective. Most of these couples find, however, that
compromising through self-representation and unbundled or a la carte legal
services will come back to haunt them. In this blog, we take a look at
the hidden pitfalls behind these unbundled legal services.
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What Is An Unbundled Legal Service?
Divorce, like many other legal matters, can be highly complex. Individuals
and couples will often seek to save money by hiring an attorney for just
one part of the process - for example, representing them in court at an
upcoming hearing. They will then attempt to either handle other aspects
of the divorce on their own, or will seek out another lawyer with a cheaper
price to help them with the next step.
What’s Wrong With This Strategy?
As previously stated, divorce is not a simple process. Many aspects of
a divorce can impact other aspects – such as how property division
can impact child support, and vice-versa. By hiring an attorney for one
part of your case, it is very likely that something will fall through
Another major drawback to these services is that attorneys who offer them
often fail to properly learn about your unique situation, goals, and desired
outcome. They may offer you advice that, while not incorrect, does not
help you achieve your goals.
Call Leavitt Law Firm For Dedicated Counsel
Unbundled legal services are, in essence, a compromise. The alternative
is to retain one firm to represent you throughout your full case. While
this may seem pricier on the surface, the mistakes made with unbundled
legal services can be far more expensive in the long run. Equally important
is the comfort you’ll receive, knowing that your case is in the
hands of an experienced professional who is dedicated to your goals and
At Leavitt Law Firm, our Las Vegas divorce attorney has been serving individuals
and families for more than 25 years. Rather than taking risks with your
divorce, our team can help guide you to a resolution that will leave you
prepared for the road ahead.
Don’t compromise on your representation – call (702) 996-6052
today to learn how Leavitt Law Firm can help you.