Unbundled – SKB Law’s Family Law Coaching Services

Do you want to represent yourself but need advice navigating the process or checking your documents? We can check them for you. 

Jan 27, 2023 | Blogs, Divorce, Women&Divorce

Overview

Our Family Law Coaching Service is an unbundled legal service – you only hire a solicitor for a specific part of your case. For example, if you want to represent yourself in court, with our Coaching Service, we can prepare or check your documents. We help you make informed decisions at an affordable price.

Why choose Unbundled Family Law Coaching?

Our Family Law Coaching Service helps you make informed decisions for your case at an affordable price. By completing some tasks yourself, the costs are lower than when a lawyer does everything for you. 

When you need legal advice, you don’t want to feel like you’re alone. And when it comes to family law, there’s no reason why you should. Whether you want help with the process or just want to check your documents for accuracy before filing them, our family law coaching service covers: 

  • Strategic Advice – options and how to approach your case
  • Checking Your Documents – before you submit them to court
  • Preparing Your Documents for the other side’s solicitor or court
  • Court Guidance – what to expect and advice on how to navigate the process

What To Do Next?

Speak to our team if you’d like to learn more about our unbundled family law coaching service.

  • Affordable Prices
  • Range of Options

If you have any questions, please contact our team.

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