Aggressive Divorce Lawyers in Arizona
Some clients are looking for aggressive divorce lawyers in Arizona. For those that are looking for an aggressive divorce lawyer in Arizona, we hope you rethink the situation because you may want to consider the consequences of that decision. Divorce is understandably a very emotional time for everyone involved. The last person you need to be in such an emotionally aggressive position is the attorney who is getting you through your divorce. Instead, you should be looking for tips on hiring the best divorce attorney for your case. If you were thinking of hiring an aggressive divorce attorney, you probably did so because you want to win your case. So, let me ask you this . . . do you think you have a better chance of winning your case with a wildly out of control and combative divorce lawyer or a team of skilled professionals carefully planning each phase of your divorce and skillfully executing that plan on your behalf?
We had received telephone calls from individuals who had asked to speak to an aggressive divorce attorney at our Firm when, in fact, they were not looking for an aggressive divorce attorney at all and were trying to weed out divorce lawyers who were willing to say they are aggressive. Time after time, when we are done explaining the damage such an aggressive divorce lawyer can cause in an Arizona divorce, we hear that we were the first after a dozen of phone calls with other divorce attorneys who did not immediately agree to take an aggressive and ruthless path on the client’s case.
Contentious Divorce Lawyers are Costly
The one thing an aggressive divorce lawyer in Arizona can promise you is that he or she will damage or destroy many close relationships you have with your children and family. That destruction will significantly extend the time it will take for you to complete your divorce, increase your anxiety, cost you a tremendous amount more in attorney fees and costs, and provide a worse result in your divorce case. After pocketing a lot more of your money, the aggressive divorce attorney in Arizona will move on with his or her own life; leaving you to try to rebuild a life the chaos left behind. You need to know how to deal with an aggressive divorce lawyer.
An experienced and knowledgeable divorce attorney, on the other hand, will act more like a surgeon than a “junkyard dog” and in doing so will save you time, money, and meaningful relationships that, although may be damaged at the time, will not continue to increase in intensity.
Redefining the Meaning of an Aggressive Divorce Lawyer
The attorneys at Hildebrand Law, PC redefine the sense of an aggressive divorce lawyer in Arizona. Our view of an aggressive divorce attorney is to be thoroughly prepared through a series of well-defined steps while informing our clients of the likely outcome of their case. We then move faster and more thoroughly than the divorce attorney on the other side of the case.
This approach puts us in a position to begin settlement discussions sooner because we have quickly accumulated all of the relevant information and documentation and can speak intelligently about our clients’ cases. If we are unable to settle the case, we quickly set the case for a hearing to obtain a resolution of the issues in the case. This thorough approach gives our clients a decisive advantage in their cases.
If you are dealing with an aggressive divorce lawyer in Arizona, please feel free also to read our article about How to Deal With an Aggressive Divorce Lawyer in Arizona.
Chris Hildebrand wrote this article to ensure everyone has access to information about family law in Arizona. Chris is a divorce and family law attorney at Hildebrand Law, PC. He has over 24 years of Arizona family law experience and has received multiple awards, including US News and World Report “Top Arizona Divorce Attorneys”, Phoenix Magazine “Top Divorce Law Firms”, and Arizona Foothills Magazine “Best of the Valley” award. He believes the policies and procedures he uses to get his clients through a divorce should all be guided by the principles of honesty, integrity, and, quite frankly, actually caring about what his clients are going through in a divorce or family law case. In short, his practice is defined by the success of his clients. He also manages all of the other attorneys at his firm to make sure the outcomes in their clients’ cases are successful as well.
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