Unbundled Legal Services/Pro Se Assistance Attorneys in Waukesha, Wisconsin
Providing Families with Unbundled Legal Services
Each family’s legal needs are unique. We allow clients to determine the degree of legal counsel they require. This system allows you to reduce attorney’s fees while gaining some guidance from an experienced lawyer. D'Angelo & Grabow, LLP provides many Wisconsin families with unbundled legal services, also known as limited legal services. We can help you work through some of the complexities of your case and act as the trusted legal counsel you require.
Are you interested in discussing the possibility of limited-scope representation? Call our Waukesha office to discuss your options during a free 30-minute consultation.
How Do Unbundled Legal Services Work?
Unbundled legal services allow you to retain the assistance of an attorney for select aspects of your case. Instead of receiving comprehensive representation throughout your divorce, you may choose to only retain our services to draft documents in the appropriate legal vernacular, review documents before your divorce is finalized or provide legal advice on specific topics.
This system allows you to pursue a less expensive divorce or family law case. We understand the stress and financial strain that a legal concern can cause. We aim to reduce your anxiety by providing a more economical solution to meet your needs.
Contact Us to Discuss Your Legal Concerns
Unbundled legal services may not be the answer for every client or every case. Especially complex cases may benefit from legal guidance throughout to provide more in-depth representation. However, many Wisconsin clients can benefit from tailored legal counsel.
Call us to schedule a free 30-minute consultation with one of our skilled attorneys. You may also contact us online. We will discuss your case and help you determine whether limited legal services could be the right option for you. We have over 30 years of combined experience and can provide the knowledgeable advice you need to settle your family law concerns.