The Lawyer’s Role in a Divorce

The divorce rate has increased a lot over the last few years, which is not very encouraging for anyone who decides to get married. In fact, it is not very encouraging for kids, who see their parents fight and get divorced more and more often.

If you are involved in a divorce, you have the right to be represented by a lawyer. If you have decided to get divorced, we recommend you to turn to a lawyer who is specialized in divorces and partitions, especially if you aren’t familiar with the procedures such a trial consists of. However, the two parties cannot be represented by the same lawyer in the divorce trial, regardless of whether both of you have agreed to get divorced or if the decision only belongs to one of you. According to the stipulations of the Civil Procedure Code, the parties have to go in court in person, except for the cases in which one of the parties is executing a punishment which deprives them of their freedom, if they suffer from a very severe illness, if they are forbidden to go to curt or if they live abroad.

The lawyer can help you take part into a civilized, rapid and advantageous procedure, they can inform you on the rights and obligations you have when it comes to the partition or to your kids, they can assist you and inform you on the optimum solution for your case, they can edit your request and formulate all the requests needed. Also, they are the ones who legalize the sentence of the court which is given at the end of the divorce trial.

It is essential for you to turn to a lawyer when it comes to getting divorced because you can save a lot of your nerves and a lot of your financial resources.