The answer to this is an all too easy “YES”. Handling your own California divorce or family law matter in court can prove to be costly and regrettable. I have seen all too many times where clients have come to us to undo or salvage what has already been done in court in cases where a party has represented him or herself in family law court.
All too often people who represent themselves do not understand the intricacies of how the court process works especially on a procedural basis. Along the same lines, even when people do have their paperwork in order and have done what is required procedurally, they still have to stand in front of the judge and argue to the court and persuade the judge to order what they are seeking in the case not knowing the law on certain issues.
The issues can vary from custody, visitation, and support to complex matters regarding multiple properties, retirement plans, pensions, attorney’s fees, custody evaluations, tax and debt matters.
Family Law can involve a host of OSC hearings to full divorce trials. You may often hear the phrase, “Only a fool represents himself in court,” or, “Represent yourself at your own peril”. Take this to heart before you end up in court on your own, and seek the experienced and professional legal representation that you deserve from the California Family Law Firm of Wallin & Klarich. Call us today at 1-888-749-7428 or visit online at www.wkfamilylaw.com to learn more about your case and what can be done.
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