Limited Scope Representation, also referred to as “unbundling” or “limited services,” refers to one specific legal service, rather than a full package of divorce support from start to finish.
Sometimes, a client just needs help with a prenuptial agreement, a child custody plan, or perhaps after your divorce, a modification to parenting time or guidance on how best to deal with a co-parenting dispute. At these times, a family law attorney steps in to help with a particular matter and, once resolved, moves on.
This can mean that a divorced person does not return to the lawyer who helped them through the divorce. Maybe they want a different perspective or style in post-judgment matters. That’s OK!
Transitions Legal can help with single-issue divorce and post-divorce matters at any point on your journey.
Limited scope representation is a flexible, convenient, and cost-effective approach to resolving issues related to family law and divorce.
We provide the following services as part of our limited representation offerings:
Child support or spousal support analysis
Writing a Settlement Agreement or Judgment of Divorce
Clients interested in limited services will schedule an initial consultation.
There, we will assess whether a traditional lawyer arrangement or limited representation is appropriate for your case.
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It’s not news that we are in extraordinary times, with divorce court cases being held over video chat platforms like Zoom. I’ve been wondering how this experience is for clients who, for the time being, don’t have to stand in front of a judge in a hushed courtroom.
In divorce cases litigated in Michigan, the amount of child support is determined by a formula developed by the State office of the Friend of the Court. In most cases, we have no say in the amount of support after providing documentation of income sources.