Choosing a Family Lawyer

Choosing a Family Lawyer

In some cases, the use of a lawyer is mandatory to be represented in court. This is the case before the tribunal de grande instance, that is to say for all disputes involving a sum in excess of € 10,000, the cases of succession and filiation (action for paternity, adoption …) . Moreover, before the family judge, representation by a lawyer is also compulsory for all divorce proceedings : thus, even if you divorce by mutual consent, you will necessarily have to call upon a lawyer. The lawyer is not compulsory for other cases: alimony , conclusion…

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Family Law Lawyer: How to Find the Right Divorce Lawyer

How to Find the Right Divorce Lawyer

With the evolution of family law over the past 30 years, including adoption and shared custody, the area of separation from divorce has become far too complicated for a lawyer who does not regularly manage these types of case. This afflicts us when clients come to us with separation agreements and / or court decisions botched by other inexperienced lawyers. Just as it is better to win your case than to have to appeal, it is just as best to choose the right Parisian lawyer. The one who will do things the first…

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How to choose a “good lawyer”?

How to choose a good lawye

As with any lawyer, the question is frequently addressed: how to choose a “good” lawyer? Here are some thoughts, completely personal, after more than ten years of exercising this beautiful profession. I advise you first of all to consult this article of the National Council of the Bars: http://www.laweihao.com/ 1. Word of mouth Word of mouth is probably the most common way to choose one’s advocate and may be one of the least bad. If a family member, friend or colleague recommends a lawyer, you are more likely to make a good…

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