The Best Divorce Lawyer: Giving all the “right” answers?

Want to best divorce lawyer in Illinois? If you are like some people, then you will search for a lawyer that tells you what you want to hear. And you will most likely be very displeased with what happens in your case.

As a divorce lawyer, I know that telling people what they want to hear is a GREAT way to get business.

I feel kind of bad for those desperate fools – and even worse for their clients.

Do not hire an Illinois divorce lawyer that looks like this.

I have enough business, and the last thing I need to do is lie to someone about what I think about their case. If you ask me questions, and I think your case is a bad one, I’ll tell you. If you tell me you want something that doesn’t make any sense, I’ll tell you that.

Some people get mad when they hear things they don’t like – even if it’s true. In fact, those type of people are the source off all the terrible review about The Wolkowitz Law Office on Google Maps, and Yelp. Some people lie and become irate when they receive input that is inconsistent with their own views.

When I talk to those people, I wonder why they called. To me, it seems like a person should call a lawyer for legal advice, not to throw a fit when a lawyer gives advice or information that is unpleasing.

I’ve learned a lot from talking to random, crazy, and irrational people that call me. And one of the most important things is that I am not the right lawyer for many people. I’m a lawyer for people who want a straight-shooter that doesn’t have time for nonsense.

It’s not a good idea to choose a lawyer according to the lawyer’s ability to tell you what you want to hear.

About the author: Contact Illinois family law attorney David Wolkowitz at 312-554-5433 or online. He is a family law and divorce attorney serving Chicago and the Counties of Cook, Champaign, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry, and Will. Areas of practice include divorce, uncontested divorce, child custody, visitation, spousal maintenance, child support, and the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction & Enforcement Act (the “UCCJEA”).