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Old Jul 16th, 2009, 11:10 PM   #1
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I need to lower the cost of my divorce... Please help ASAP. I live in New Jersey. Thank you!
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Write a demand letter instead of hiring an attorney. It's advisable to write a demand letter before filing legal action.

At the start of your letter, write that you are writing the letter with the intention of settling or resolving the situation.

Briefly recite or describe the facts of the situation from your point of view. You should attempt to do this in a logical fashion.

If you believe the other party is at fault or has acted inappropriately or in a manner that has wronged you, describe that next in your letter.

Make your demand, whether it is for corrective action or a demand for a refund. It is probably a good idea to put a time trigger on the demand to allow the other party to attempt to take corrective action.
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Old Jul 17th, 2009, 12:43 AM   #3
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The legal system is slow and sometimes ineffective. Sometimes it's just easier to try and settle a case in a few weeks or months instead of battling it out in court for years. One method of limiting your time with the legal system is composing a demand letter. Sometimes you can even write a demand letter without hiring legal counsel. It's an uncomplicated procedure once you organize your thoughts carefully.

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