A listening ear
Couples that are on the edge of extinction do not only need a Queens Divorce Lawyer but to rant their hearts away too. They do not need another bossy voice telling them that they are making the wrong decision. On the other hand, they also do not need another semi-sympathetic pat on the shoulder and a clichéd oh-that’s-too-bad. They want to throw all their problems and negativity to someone who will listen? Why cannot that someone be you? Of course, they would have to pay you extra for your hours. But let’s just call it catharsis. And anyway, you are not only there to listen.
An understanding mind
Yep. You are also with your client to help discern their problems and find a solution later on. You have to digest everything you have learned from your client’s rant. Of course, you have to leave out all the whining and the crying and the snot. Leave all the drama out and get to the very core of the issue. A divorce lawyer can’t do that without understanding the situation. This is also necessary to delve further into the issue at hand. A divorce lawyer has to make a lot of thinking and strategizing before his or her day is over.
A quick mind
Speaking of thinking and strategizing, a quick mind is in need in order for your party to come up with favorable solutions and divorce conditions for the client. A quick mind. That’s what a clients of the divorce needs. Because of course, he or she is dying to leave the marriage-at least that’s the common situation. A client will want a solution as soon as possible, especially when he or she is in deep conflict with his or her spouse with (I don’t know) money or property or children. Or maybe all the above.
A strong reasoning
Naturally, lawyers supposed to become very good debaters. Their reasoning must become above average. But divorce lawyers have to focus their energies on the matters of the family. they have to do two things with the other party’s lawyer too. One is to debate (that’s a given) and number two is to compromise. I mean, come on. We can’t get everything we want. Divorce lawyers know that, and they have an arsenal full of deals and offers. Clients often end up discussing and bargaining money and property for a long time before agreeing on a condition.
An iron will
This kind of iron will refer to the divorce lawyer’s goal to leave his or her client in a most favorable situation. The client’s original conditions might be contested, but a divorce lawyer must fight to meet most of the proposed conditions. Of course, determination alone is not enough. Brains, cunning, and (for some cases) charisma are in need to back that determination up. Also, they do not readily back down in a fight. And divorce is a battle-a battle of wits and which spouse has the most stamina. Divorce lawyers are sort of clients’ stamina.