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Finding the Right Lawyer for You

Listening to Your Instincts: Think about whether a lawyer made eye contact with you, and if not, whether this bothers you. Was the lawyer glib, dismissive, or callous? Did he or she oversimplify the issues or make you feel your cause was hopeless? Did you hear any words of encouragement, or did you only hear about how wonderful the lawyer considers him- or herself?

The Top Ten Qualities to Look for in a Divorce Attorney: Using the information you have gathered, rate the candidates on a scale of one to five in each of the following ten categories. Seriously consider the lawyer who scores the highest as your front-running candidate.