Do You Really Need An Attorney?

The law is not something that can be learned overnight. It takes years of studying and practicing to understand the complex family court systems in Florida, and how to successfully navigate them. When saying or doing one wrong thing can cost you a fair outcome, it's very important to ensure you are protected.

That's where your attorney comes in. While you don't need the most expensive lawyer to help you through your case, it is wise to work with attorneys who are experienced and committed to protecting your rights and interests.

At Rachel Rall, Attorney at Law, P.A., in Jacksonville, Florida, we believe in the importance of ensuring our clients are well-informed. If you are thinking about representing yourself through your family law matter, we understand. It is tempting to avoid the costs of hiring an attorney to represent you. However, it is important to understand the risks so you can make an informed decision that you feel good about. Continue reading to learn more about the benefits of working with an attorney — and the risks of representing yourself.

Know The Lingo

Are you familiar with specific family law terms and phrases? Judges will expect you to be. Trying to fudge your way through a court proceeding will not work in your favor. What it might do is anger the judge.

With an attorney on your side, however, you can trust that your case is being handled carefully. At Rachel Rall, Attorney at Law, P.A., we have the experience to know what language to use with judges and others.

Ensure Your Rights Are Protected

Do you know what your rights are? If you are not well-versed in Florida family law, you may not have a complete understanding of your rights. When you don't know your rights, it's more likely that they will be violated.

Your attorney can keep that from happening. In fact, that is one of your attorney's primary objectives: to protect your rights.

Get A Fair Deal

Do you know what you deserve out of your family law matter? It's difficult to understand exactly what you deserve out of a property division, alimony or other agreement because the laws can be very complex. However, if you don't know what is fair, chances are you won't get a fair outcome.

Your lawyer, however, will know what is fair and be willing to fight for an outcome that is in your best interests.

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At Rachel Rall, Attorney at Law, P.A., your first consultation is free. To learn more about how our attorneys can help resolve your legal matter, call us at 904-701-0563 or contact us online.

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