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Giving Good Counsel

By October 11, 2017November 29th, 2022Family Law

Many times when people come to see me, they ask why they need an attorney at all. After all, they have all of the facts at their fingertips: they know their spouse, they know what happened in the marriage, and they know who did what to whom and why it matters.

Or do they? Sometimes being in the middle of a problem, which may appear to be a strength in resolving it, is exactly the reason why people are the least capable of being able to determine what’s in their own best interest. Being a lawyer means that I offer people my counsel- my advice and opinions- based on my training and experience. Oftentimes my advice includes how the courts may view a situation, and at times that view may be contrary to what you as a litigant think is “fair.” My advice may also include helping someone see how the other party might present the issues and how their future may be impacted based on decisions they make today.

So while the parties are really the ones who know how they got where they are, that may not mean they are the best equipped to determine how to resolve the situation. Having an attorney who gives you advice- whether or not you want to hear it- who takes your situation and provides perspective on what the court may see and how your future may be impacted, is the reason getting an attorney is often essential.

The attorneys at Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C. can assist you with a wide variety of legal problems.


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