My advice would be to speak to a few and go with the lawyer that seems the most competent and that you feel comfortable with. There are many lawyers who I believe good do a good job for you.
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I agree with the ther aswers given you under this questin. You might see that most will give you a free initial evaluation of your case. Look in th yellow pages or go on line to see wich attoreys in your partof the state handle divorce cases. Attorneys usually advertise the area of law they practice andas it turns out is the area that their expierence is in. You will have to use your gutfeeling as to whom you think you can best work with.
Good Luck, Attorney Jim Whitlock, The Godfather
One tool you can use is Avvo - which will alert you if there has been a grievance filed against a lawyer.
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You can always call your state bar and ask if an attorney has any discipline history. As pointed out in a previous answer avvo.com is supposed to be on top of this but you sometimes get better information going to the actual source. Your state bar may also be able to tell you if the lawyer has legal malpractice insurance. On average, the better lawyers have malpractice insurance.