Family law issues are difficult to work through on an emotional level, so picking the right family lawyer makes a difference. At the Law Office of Janice V. Coulter, we have some suggestions for choosing the right lawyer for your upcoming divorce, child custody, paternity, or property division case, and we recommend looking for these qualities in the legal representation you choose:
- Compassion—More often than not, a compassionate lawyer is a good lawyer. Since many family law issues can be emotionally and logistically difficult, you want your attorney to understand how they can best help you on multiple levels.
- Connection—Forming a connection with your lawyer helps you feel comfortable sharing important details about your case. Our attorney – Janice V. Coulter – is committed to helping you feel at ease and forming a relationship with you.
- Experience—Like with any profession, having experience in the field is important. Janice has over 35 years of experience as a family law attorney, so she understands the details of the laws and regulations in our area.
- Expertise—With experience comes the opportunity to develop expertise regarding divorce, paternity, separation, child custody, etc. Feel confident knowing Janice is truly an experienced veteran in the field of family law, offering a level of expert insight and helpfulness difficult to find in other lawyers.
- Responsiveness—When you have questions or concerns about your case, you want to speak with your lawyer promptly. Our firm puts forth a concentrated effort to respond to client needs and keep our clients updated about the progression of their case.
- Creativity—No two family law cases are ever the same, so your family lawyer should exhibit a high level of creativity when solving different case-related issues.
- Diligence—Your family lawyer should never feel like your case is secondary to another. Janice always does her best to make her clients feel like a priority and that she is going above and beyond for them.
- Resourceful—Your attorney should not only provide legal information and guidance, but also offer access to additional resources to help you navigate your case and the changing circumstances you may experience.