Recently, national domestic litigation firm Cordell & Cordell launched a divorce package called Do It Yourself Divorce, or DIY Divorce. Set up as a divorce guide and package for those who believe hiring an attorney is not right for them, or for those who cannot afford to hire an attorney, there are different packages for those with children or those who want more resources.
The DIY Divorce packages (diydivorce.org) typically contain Cordell & Cordell eBooks, court forms prepared by licensed divorce attorneys, filing instructions and more. The special packages can include child custody forms, one-hour consultations and even credit towards law firm Cordell & Cordell.
While a DIY Divorce package may not be right for everyone seeking a divorce, it can be beneficial to individuals who cannot afford attorneys, those who have an uncontested divorce with little or no conflict regarding custody or property, individuals who believe they can handle a divorce without an attorney and those who can put aside negative emotions to work in a cooperative manner.
Cordell & Cordell (cordelllaw.com) is the nation’s largest domestic litigation firm focusing on representing men in family law cases. Perceptually, men are at a disadvantage in family courts, but Cordell & Cordell has established itself as a leader in family law devoted to equal rights for men facing divorce.
“Our firm protects and promotes men's family and financial interests before, during, and after divorce,” said Mr. Cordell. “Men have chosen Cordell & Cordell since 1990 because they want to feel that their interests and the interests of their children are aggressively championed.”
About Cordell & Cordell
St. Louis-based Cordell & Cordell exclusively practices domestic litigation and is the largest family law firm of its nature in the United States catering to male clients. The firm has more than 100 offices in 28 states. Cordell & Cordell’s innovative approach to family law has garnered national coverage from outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Time magazine, CNN, FOX News, and The Huffington Post. For more information about Cordell & Cordell, please visit CordellCordell.com or call 1-866-DADS-LAW.