Link Family Law
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Today is: January 20, 2019

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is discussed during the initial consultation?
Will I need to bring anything to the initial consultation?
If I hire you, when will my case be filed?
How long will my case take?
How much will my case cost

What is discussed during the initial consultation?
   
 

During the initial consultation, Mr. Link will ask various questions in order to gain a background for your case. For example, for a divorce case, you will be asked about the length of your marriage, the number of children you have, if any, the employment and earning history of both parties, and other questions relating to assets and liabilities. Thereafter, Mr. Link will discuss the law as it applied to your case and provide his opinion as to what steps should be taken.

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Will I need to bring anything to the initial consultation?
   
 

If you have been served with any legal papers, those papers should be brought with you to the initial consultation. In addition, you should have an overall knowledge of the marital finances, assets and liabilities.

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If I hire you, when will my case be filed?
   
 

We have a one-week-or-less turn around time from the date we are hired until the date your case is filed. In the event of an emergency, your case will be given priority status and your paperwork will be completed as soon as possible.

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How long will my case take?
   
 

Many factors determine the duration of a case, such as the case load and docket of the particular judge assigned to your case, the cooperativeness–or uncooperativeness–of the parties and their counsel and various other factors. On average, family law cases take from 6 to 9 months to conclude.

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How much will my case cost
   
 

There is no way to predict how much or how little a case will cost. Much will depend on how long the case will take, whether or not expert witnesses will need to be hired on your behalf, the number of depositions to be taken, the amount of discovery to be conducted and the cooperativeness–or uncooperativeness–of the parties and their counsel.

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