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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