Dennis P. Mikko Attorney at Law | Dennis P. Mikko
His lawyer is there to protect his interests, not yours. Without an attorney, you will have to look out for your own interests. If the matter goes to court, you will have to act according to the applicable court rules and rules of evidence. You are at a disadvantage not having a lawyer.
Answer Applies to: Michigan
Lombardi Law LLC | SUZANNE LOMBARDI
I suggest that you get an attorney if he has one. If his income is more than yours you can ask the court to have him pay the attorney fees during the time the case is progressing (called interim fees) and after the case is done.
Answer Applies to: Alaska
John E. Kirchner, Attorney at Law | John Kirchner
You posting doesn't make sense because you ask what will happen if your husband does not have a lawyer & then you say he has a lawyer. He is not your ex-husband until the divorce is granted by the court. Neither of you needs a lawyer to finish the divorce, but if neither of you has a lawyer it may be more difficult for you to learn how to finish things up.
Answer Applies to: Colorado
Law Office of Cindy S. Vova, P.A. | Cindy S. Vova
You question is inconsistent. First you indicate you have a lawyer and your husband does not. In your last sentence you say the opposite. If you have an attorney you should direct your inquiry to that attorney. If you do not, you should contact your husband's counsel and ask if he/she can move the case towards a final judgment of divorce, also known as the dissolution of marriage. Neither party is required to have an attorney to obtain a divorce in Florida. However, it is always a good idea to at least pay for a consultation with an attorney, or have an attorney review any settlement before you sign it. Should you not do so, you may well regret it later when it is too late to change what you sign off on.
Answer Applies to: Florida