When we talk about lawyers, the most popular types are probably the criminal and corporate lawyers-with the divorce lawyers coming at a close third. These are all just observations, but you have to admit that it makes sense. Family lawyers probably don’t make the cut when we speak about popularity. But you know what? They are important nonetheless. Why else would family law be included in the Constitution? So, if you are still asking why you need a lawyer like the title above, let me point out some basic and obvious reasons.
Because you need it for self-preservation
Yes, self-preservation. These are dire time that we are in, my friend. We have to be ready at all times. You can’t rely with your safety procedures and security locks all the time. You have to be smart enough to have legal protection as well. You are not doing this for yourself anyway. you are doing this the ensure the survival of your family.
Because you need legal representation for your family
Did that come out as a bit dramatic? Forgive me. But that is the whole point of getting a family lawyer. You will never know what kind of legal situation will slap your family in the face in the future-well, anytime really. And that thing I mentioned earlier about doing it basically for your family? That is the point of all this. Believe it or not, your family needs legal representation. Any member of your family can easily be involved in any kind of trouble-whether they are the victim or the cause is not the point. The important thing is that you do not walk into legal procedures like you are blindfolded in the dark. The important thing is that you are ready and you can fight.
Because you need a family constitution
Aside from legal representation, another thing your family needs (that you probably have not heard of before) is your family constitution. There are actually a lot involved when we speak of the family constitution, but it is basically the values sand visions of your family placed and legalized on paper. In case you shrug this off as another frivolity, the family constitution is more than a framed paper mounted on your living room. Get a family lawyer and talk to him or her about the implications of a family constitution.
Because it feels absolutely great to say the words, “You will have to talk to my lawyer first!”
I mean, don’t you agree? Having the right to yell those words, especially when you are already pissed with the other person (or people), can be one of the most satisfying words you can spit out from your mouth. And, hey! You have the right to do so. You do have a lawyer and they can’t force you to say anything until your lawyer arrives. Consider it as a commodity. Consider it as an advantage. Consider it as your right. However you may call it, having a family lawyer will give you more pros than cons.