Category Archives: Controlling Costs

“Woman’s Divorce Finance” – Be Very Careful

In the Sunday, May 1, 2011 edition of the New York Times on page 25 of the main section there is a full-page ad for an organization called “Woman’s Divorce Finance. ”  The ad states “[W]e don’t just fund your … Continue reading

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What You Need to Know About Attorney Fees in Divorce

Before you make the final decision to hire a divorce lawyer you need to completely understand how the divorce lawyer will charge for his or her legal services and costs. Attorney fees are fees charged by a lawyer for time spent on … Continue reading

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Another Blog About Divorce?….. Yes, Really!

Gailor, Wallis & Hunt is a divorce and family law firm in Raleigh, North Carolina in business since 1994. Our core mission is representation of men and women in family law and divorce matters. Divorce and family law is our only … Continue reading

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