A: For the most part, no. Many family law firms are run by women who have been very successful in litigation. Many of these female lawyers are aggressive litigators and will fight to the end for their clients’ interests. On the other hand, men can be just as strategic in divorce cases as women are with child custody suits and may also handle matters that involve equitable division of property and child support arrangements without having to resort to litigation at all.
Q: What is a good attorney fee agreement?
A: The lengthier you give your attorney an opportunity to research how much work needs to be done on your case – such as whether or not it would make sense for him or her instead hire another lawyer – plus what additional fees might apply, the more likely he or she will be able to negotiate a favorable legal fee agreement with you before taking any action based on what has been learned about your situation so far. Generally speaking, if you take too long (or don’t provide enough information) then attorneys usually charge uniform hourly rates which represent only a portion of their total billable time spent on an individual case after they have already taken into consideration overhead costs like office rent and staff salaries; those fees increase significantly if protracted litigation ensues between opposing parties through trial or appeals processes even though an attorney could still manage relatively well financially if his/her initial estimates turn out not to need adjustments later down the line when it comes time for settlement negotiations with one