Arizona law now permits attorneys to represent clients on a “limited scope” basis. This means that even if you are representing yourself in a family law matter, you can retain an attorney to simply provide advice, or draft just a specific document, or represent you at a single hearing. When the task is completed the representation ends. A limited scope does not require you to retain the services of an attorney for every aspect of your family law matter.
We offer limited scope representation to our clients and are happy to either work with you on a specific task, or to represent you on your entire case. The choice is yours. Contact us today to find out if limited scope representation would be the right fit for your family law matter.