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If bringing a case is something that someone wants, qualified legal counsel can talk them through the options and help them think outside the box about how to afford Atlanta divorce attorney’s fees. There are various amounts of credit card limits and loans that people can get to help pay for things such as litigation, which is why our team hosts strategy sessions to walk through a budget stage-by-stage.

Sometimes people have to get a first or second job to afford attorney’s fees. A client will do that if this is what they really want.

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    State Services

    The state of Georgia offers legal aid for those going through family law cases. If that representative is overworked, their client is unlikely to get a lot of attention but will at least have counsel who has knowledge of family law in Atlanta, which is ultimately better than doing it by themselves.

    Reaching a Divorce Settlement

    Attempting to reach a divorce settlement can benefit those who cannot afford the traditional litigation process. Attorneys encourage people to do that when possible but will not force a claimant into something that they do not want to do. A settlement is also a good option if the other party is being completely unreasonable and refuses to participate amicably. Reaching a settlement can help a client avoid the costs of divorce ligation altogether.

    How a Lawyer Can Help Someone Who Cannot Afford Attorney’s Fees

    A lawyer can help if a client communicates that they cannot afford the attorney’s fees. At Atlanta Divorce Law Group, clients are referred to the billing clerk who can walk them through various options such as credit cards, loans, and help from family members. If they are still not able to come up with the funds, there are a couple of things that a lawyer can do yet to help them figure out how to afford Atlanta divorce attorney’s fees. For example, they may put an attorney lien on a claimant’s assets under certain circumstances. If a client wants to get the non-marital property, which is worth a lot of money appraised, they can bring in appraisal paperwork, and their attorney can hold it as collateral until they are able to pay.

    A claimant can also request that the opposing party pay for their attorney’s fees. It is not something that is approved very often, as there must be a significant discrepancy between income and potential for income in the immediate future for a judge to award it.

    For questions about how to afford Atlanta divorce attorney’s fees, reach out to our team of skilled lawyers who can help you create a budget for litigation.

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