Both prospective and current clients often times ask similar questions. In an attempt to answer some of the most frequent asked questions that are asked of our firm, we are creating this article to help answer so of those so frequently asked questions. Some of the most commonly asked questions specific to a case require legal advice and therefore will not be listed here. For legal advice on your specific situation you should contact our office for a consultation. Below are general answers and therefore may not apply directly to your scenario. Q: How much is this going to cost me? Can I make payments on fees?A: Not shockingly, the answer is it depends. It depends on what type of case it is and more importantly and whether the matters are contested or simply being run through the court as a matter of procedure and finality. Q: What information is needed in order to file a dissolution or modification?A: Personal information such as name, address, contact information, social security number, financial information, personal information for any parties to be involved in the matter. For modifications we will also need the original judgment as well as any other modifications. For modifications, change is circumstance or substantial and continuous change may be required to be shown to the court so documentation to support such change will likely be necessary. Q: Can’t my attorney get me everything that I want in my divorce or modification case? If I get a good lawyer I will get everything right?