The Best Crew for Your Divorce Journey
Are you feeling overwhelmed and frustrated with your divorce? With an experienced yet compassionate attorney, such as Sabra Janko, Colorado Springs divorce attorney, along with her awesome team, we understand those feelings you may be having. We understand that having a top notch team on your side is important in a divorce matter.
If you would imagine for a moment, a ship sailing the high seas. It could be a pirate ship, sailboat or luxury cruise liner; whatever your imagination conjures up. Regardless, without an experienced, knowledgeable crew sailing that ship will be difficult, extremely dangerous and unsuccessful. Let’s look at the crew needed to sail and navigate that ship. First, you have your captain, then your first mate or second in command. There’s the deckhand, crew chief and those who either work the oars or the sails, depending on the type of ship. Then there is someone who is the navigator. Together, all these important roles are vital for a successful, safe and smooth journey.A Knowledgeable Divorce Team
When it comes to your dissolution of marriage journey, it’s important to have a team that works together to help steer the ship in the right direction. They make the journey as smooth and comfortable as possible for you. Also, you need a team who knows what to do if things become treacherous in order to steer back on course.
When you review your legal services agreement, you may notice two roles that are listed under attorney. Those would be ‘paralegal’ and ‘legal assistant/legal administrator.’ In keeping with the ship’s theme, Sabra is your captain. As your attorney for a divorce or child custody matter, she will make sure all procedures and rules are followed. In addition to that, she will give the best advice for your case to suite your needs. The paralegal plays the role of second in command, assisting the attorney with everything except for giving legal advice. The administrator is the deckhand, with some carry-over into the other roles; working behind the scenes at times to ensure things run smoothly or called upon when ‘all hands on deck’ are needed!Attorney, Paralegal and Administrator Roles
The attorney role is obvious; to give you advice and guidance along the way be it a divorce matter or child custody case. Let’s do a deeper dive into the paralegal and administrator roles. These people perform different tasks:
The Paralegal will:
- Ensure the maintenance and organization of your files, scheduling deadlines.
- Provide support for the attorney and help with preparation for your hearings and meetings.
- Provide you with the highest-level client interaction be it on the phone or in-person.
The Administrator will:
- Open your case, set up the files and input all necessary information.
- Schedule all of your calls and meetings with the attorney, either in person, on the phone or through Zoom.
- Assist with letters, drafting, and keeping track of day-to-day operations.
Please know that there are just the main high points of each role. We do this and so much more for your case! Despite our different roles, our goals and mission are the same. To maintain confidentiality with your information and case details, we work together as a team to ensure we move along with your case as smooth and seamlessly as possible to reach your desired end goal. Be it a divorce, child custody or child support matter, we’re here for you! We provide you with first-class customer service, exceptional support, and the guidance you need and deserve for this challenging time in your life’s journey.
If you are needing a caring and compassionate Colorado Springs divorce lawyer to assist you with your family law matter, please feel free to contact us for a free consultation about Colorado Springs divorce, child custody and family law at 719-344-5523.