Best Way : Ask Others
Ask others who've been through what you're going through. So come to our meeting. You'll find the inside scoop on who's good and who's not.
Second Best Way : Court Watch
Court watch by going to the county where your case is. Find out who your judge will be by looking at your paper work or calling your county family court office. Then go to your judge's court room. You can just sit quietly in the back to watch and listen. Listen to which attorney seems to fit what what you need to get done. After a few days of watching you'll know which attorney is right for you. Then call them up to ask the questions below.
Come to our meetings so we can get you ready for court watching.
Third Best Way : Call
Call your local attorneys with specific, hard hitting questions like
- How often do you win 50-50 child custody?
- How quickly can you get this done?
- How much will it cost?
Of course, the attorney will dodge these questions, but that's where your ability to figure out who's worth hiring will come be important. Ask a friend to join you when you call.
Fourth Best Way : Volunteer Attorneys
Volunteer Attorneys donate their time and knowledge so most likely money isn't their main cause, justice is. See our lists of volunteer attorneys.