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Why Online Divorce Is a Risky Option

| Sep 1, 2017 | Divorce, Firm News

These days, we all use the internet for taking care of personal business, from online bill payments and ordering clothes, to dating and summoning a ride to take you to and from your destinations. It is one of the most useful tools in today’s modern society. Many are even looking to the internet as a means of ending their marriage to minimize their legal fees. Unfortunately, though this might seem like a great and cost-effective option, online divorce comes with some heavy risks, which can ultimately end up costing you more than you bargained for.

The fact is that the internet instructions cannot effectively capture the local court rules and tend to inadvertently omit necessary court required steps. Additionally, many online divorce sites provide a cookie-cutter format and, if your situation deviates from this format, you will end up having to make important decisions without the benefit of any legal guidance. Making mistakes in the divorce process by relying on this impersonal method could require you to hire an attorney to repair the damage done, which will mean having to pay more money and costing you more time. Finding the best deals online is smart, but when it comes to your legal problems, never assume cheap is good.

Family Law Attorney in Ocala, FL

If you and your spouse are considering a divorce, now is the time to obtain the legal representation you need to protect your best interests to ensure the best fresh start possible for this new chapter in your life. Our Ocala legal team handles all types of divorce and family law issues and serve clients throughout Florida. Regardless of your concerns, you can rest assured that we are well-equipped to handle them.

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