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  • Writer's pictureP. Tyler Summers, Esq.

Don't Be Fooled by Cheap Legal Fees

As a family law attorney, I've seen the heartache that can come from hiring a lawyer based solely on cheap fees. When it comes to prenups, postnups, divorce, child custody, and other sensitive legal matters, you truly get what you pay for.


While everyone wants to save money on legal representation, going too cheap can end up costing you far more in the long run. An extremely low hourly rate likely signals an inexperienced lawyer, or one who will not devote enough time and attention to your complex case. These bargain lawyers often take on too many clients at once, leaving you forgotten in the shuffle.


The consequences of inadequate legal counsel in family law disputes can be severe. You could end up with an unfair custody arrangement that hardly lets you see your children. Or you may walk away from divorce proceedings without your fair share of assets and support. Errors, lack of preparation, and absence at key hearings by cheap lawyers can sabotage your case.


Be wary if an attorney's rates seem too good to be true. Do your research to find someone with reasonable fees commensurate with their skills and experience. Interview multiple lawyers in your price range. Ask tough questions about their track record with cases like yours.


Protect yourself, your children, and your financial future. Don't let rock-bottom legal fees trump all other factors when choosing a family law attorney. Quality legal representation is worth paying for.


Disclaimer: The content provided in this blog is for informational and educational purposes only. It should not be construed as legal advice and readers should not act upon any information provided without seeking professional legal counsel. The author does not guarantee the completeness or accuracy of the information provided. This blog is not intended to create an attorney-client relationship between the author and the reader.

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