Yes - there are Family Law attorneys who do limited scope representation. You just need to call around to find someone who will assist you.
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Hi, Yes, I would consider a flat fee or hybrid fee arrangement to help you with the final settlement and other papers needed for obtaining a Judgment, depending on the status and complexity of your case, whether you and your spouse have reached an agreement, and the level of assistance that you might need. I would be happy to talk to you further about this. Please feel free to call me to discuss. Thanks.Ask a similar question
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