If you are thinking about filing for divorce, it is best to use the services of a divorce lawyer. Then, of course, like anything else of great importance, get the services of the best law firm you can for a reasonable price. Often, people believe that the best law firm is the one with the most divorce attorneys. More important than the number of divorce attorneys is to get personal, confidential attention from a very experienced divorce lawyer who will take the time necessary to explain the facts and law and answer all your questions in plain English.
At the Law Offices of Paul Brownstein, there is never a charge for the initial consultation and you will have confidence that we will take all the time you need to get answers to all of your questions. Attorney Brownstein will review both the process and the important facts of your case so that what is an understandably upsetting and stressful situation will be treated in a way to make you more comfortable with what you need to know and do next.
In our practice, you will never be handed off to a less experienced lawyer. All of our clients are handled personally by Attorney Brownstein, who limits his practice to take on only the cases that he has time to handle. You will feel that yours is the only case he has, even though, he takes care of a lot of people. Here, you will get the personal attention of a divorce attorney who has more than 40 years legal experience. One of the most common complaints about lawyers is that once retained, they do not return calls quickly and never seem to be available. When you have questions or concerns, you will be able to speak to your lawyer right away and you will always be kept advised in a timely way about everything that is happening in your case. For some people, there is a seeming belief that more expensive must be better, but higher cost is not the same as better service. Attorney Brownstein charges average prices for a highly experienced divorce attorney and, even more important, you will have the comfort of knowing that we never continue to do work without letting you know in advance what the cost might be.