You have a much better likelihood of obtaining your goals
if you have a solid idea of what the law provides
and what you can achieve in your situation.
It took real effort to create where you find yourself,
and will take real work to resolve.
An attorney has “things” (skills, knowledge, experience, guidance, etc.) you need.And you have things the attorney needs (the circumstances and people involved).The two of you must work together, in team-partnership.
You must make the ultimate decisions about your case, not some attorney,because this is all about you, and any children and/or new family involved.
An experienced Family Law attorney must empower you to achieve your goals, and work with you to get there!