Divorce Using One Attorney

It is a conflict of interest for one attorney to represent both sides of a divorce. In some cases the spouses have agreed on the terms of their divorce settlement. An attorney can represent one spouse, draft a separation agreement with the terms his client and his or her spouse have agreed upon, and have those terms reviewed and agreed upon by the other spouse with or without legal counsel.

This process can save considerable time and money but is not recommended for complex divorces or where there are substantial assets.

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