How can you make the most of your time with your lawyer? How do you know if a lawyer is a good fit for you and your case? What do you do if you don’t feel that your lawyer is serving you well? How would you know?
We’ve posted three new resources that answer these questions:
- Tips on working with a lawyer
- Assessing a family law lawyer – a checklist
- If things aren’t working with your lawyer
Figuring out who does what is an important step in making the relationship work: see our page, What’s the lawyer’s responsibility, to see if everyone is doing their part.
Legal advice is important in cases involving family violence. Legal Aid Ontario may be able to help with costs.
A women’s legal advocate can help you find a family law lawyer, get a legal aid certificate, think about when you really need to speak with a lawyer and prepare for lawyer appointments.