Before I get started, YES I know that non-lawyers and potential clients can read this page 🙂 That’s ok.

I was a family law client, I know that we can be a bit…how shall I say this? Challenging? Spirited? Emotional? High Maintenance? Don’t worry, we’ve earned the right to be this way.

We want to look for ways to get the most bang for our legal buck though!

As a Family Lawyer, what are your pain points?

As we know, separation is a process. There is often no simple or quick resolution to all of the issues faced during a separation. There are emotional decisions, legal decisions and financial decisions.

My position is clear. In addition to clients getting independent legal advice, I also feel that gaining financial knowledge during this time is beneficial for all involved. It will save time, money and stress all around and lead to happier clients who in turn refer other clients.

Would it be of value to you if I could:

Coach your client to do the following?

  • Complete financial disclosure correctly and in a timely manner
  • Be prepared and able to speak to their financial issues in a collaborative environment by ensuring that knowledge is transferred to them about their financial situation
  • Help your client create a transitional budget and address the day-day living expenses while they are going through their separation

Coach your client’s ex-partner to do the following?

  • Complete financial disclosure correctly and in a timely manner
  • Communicate with you in a professional manner
  • Be prepared to review settlement proposals without lengthy delays
  • Make informed counter proposals

I know from my own divorce experience and those of my clients that adding this service will help you to build trust, lessen your unnecessary workload and decrease costs for clients.

I am in a unique position to help your client or act as a financial neutral during settlement negotiations.

Contact me today to let me know how I can help you, help your clients.