You’ve probably heard attorneys say things like, “I’ll fight for you,” or “I offer aggressive representation.” And many people believe that’s what an attorney should do. But here’s a secret most attorneys won’t tell you: You think you want an attorney who fights because that’s what attorneys tell you to want. Most attorneys want you to think you need a fighter because that’s what makes cases drag on and become more expensive. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
What most people truly want from an attorney is a solution to their problems, a way forward. And fighting doesn’t get you there. What you need is an attorney who will approach your case with a level head, talk with you about all of your legal options and rights, and offer advice and guidance to help accomplish your goals.
This is especially true in Family Law cases. Divorce and custody proceedings are stressful enough. You don’t need an attorney adding more fighting to the mix. You need a professional who can help make your situation better.
Fighting takes time, stress, and money. It makes difficult situations even worse. And as many Montana judges will tell you, when you throw dirt, you lose ground. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. It doesn’t have to be a battle.
Attorneys Misty D. Gaubatz and Ashley Hurlburt can work with you to identify a rational way forward. So you can move on with your life and focus on the things that matter. Through the unique Cooperative Family Law process that we’ve developed, we can help you reach the solutions you need, often in a single day.
Misty and Ashley have had 100% success with clients who have trusted us with their cases and allowed us to guide them through our Cooperative Family Law process. We can help you begin and finalize a divorce in one day, and we can help you create a customized parenting plan in a day. Not months. Not years. One day.
Give us a call today and discover how family law doesn’t have to be a battle. You need solutions, and that’s what we offer.
Misty graduated from the University of Montana School of Law. She previously served as the clinical clerk for Federal U.S. District Court Senior Judge Donald Molloy and also worked as an intern for the Montana Attorney General’s Office in the Agency Legal Services Bureau. Prior to beginning her practice as an attorney, Misty worked for well over a decade as a paralegal for a local criminal prosecution office as well as a local civil law firm.
Read more about Misty’s areas of practice here.