Limited Scope Representation

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Limited Scope Representation


What is limited Scope Representation?

Limited scope representation (sometimes called “unbundling”) means that you and your attorney agree that you will perform some of the tasks associated with your case and the attorney will perform others. For example, you may agree that you’ll gather the financial data while the attorney will draft the paperwork to be filed with the court.

The attorney may review documents you have drafted. The attorney may coach you on how to appear in court by yourself or may handle only the most complicated parts of your case (the most difficult or technical), while you represent yourself on the simpler or less critical parts. You only pay for the parts of the case handled by the attorney.


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