Unbundled Services Limited Representation

Unbundled legal service is a method of delivery of legal services that allows attorneys to (1) break down legal tasks of their clients (2) provide limited representation only pertaining to a clearly defined portion of the client's legal needs. Upon the completion of an attorney's limited representation, the remainder of the client's legal responsibilities is taken on by the client, and the client must handle his or her own remaining legal tasks.

Unbundled services that can be offered:

Legal Strategy Session
Drafting of or responding to: Pleadings, Motions, Petitions
Drafting of Proposals, Settlement Agreements
Drafting Correspondence
Preparing Complaints for Absolute Divorce
Preparing Complaints for Alimony
Preparing Complaints for Custody, Child Support
Preparing Complaints for Paternity
Developing a Trial Notebook
Motions Planning
Preparation of Trial Strategy
Preparation of Settlement Letter
Drafting and Negotiating a Marital Settlement Agreement
Preparation of and Responding to Discovery Requests
Preparation of Subpoenas
Affidavit preparation
Pursuit or Defense of a Deposition
Legal Research
Preparation of Parenting Plan Agreement

Reducing the cost of your legal services

A stress-free divorce that's inexpensive and quick may seem out of your reach if you're worried about attorney fees. However, hiring a divorce attorney who offers unbundled services may make this seemingly impossible thing more attainable. The Law Office of Cherise L. Williams LLC in Rockville, MD offers trial strategy, motions planning, legal petitions and more as individual, unbundled services. Getting these legal services a la carte can help you:

  • Reduce your stress
  • Prioritize your legal needs
  • Make your legal services more affordable

Maybe you need several court preparation services, or maybe you just need help drafting a settlement agreement. You'll only have to pay for what you need with our unbundled services. This can help promote a stress-free divorce that leads to positive coparenting after your divorce. Contact an attorney now for more information on drafting a settlement agreement.