Who will represent me?
Each case will be staffed with a lead attorney from our team based on your circumstances and will be supported by a team of legal assistants.
How long does the divorce process take?
In Iowa, there is a ninety-day waiting period from the day the responding party is served until the divorce can be final. In some circumstances the waiting period can be waived but generally, more than ninety days are required to settle a divorce.
How long does the litigation process take?
Each and every case is a little different from the last. Different factors go into your particular case, such as trial dates, appeals, how complicated your case is and how motivated parties are to resolve the issues.
What does the Reimer, Lohman, Reitz, Sailer, & Ullrich Law office charge to represent me?
That is decided on a case by case basis.
What can I expect from my first appointment?
At Reimer, Lohman, Reitz, Sailer, & Ullrich you can expect a courteous, caring and professional staff. We set aside plenty of time to meet with our new clients and discuss the relevant issues to their case. We recommend that our new clients bring in any relevant documents to the first meeting. This information will help enable us to provide you with more informed initial advice.
What can I expect from my first trial?
Most cases are resolved before going to trial. However, we prepare every case as if it is going to be presented before a jury. By the time a case is ready for trial, our clients have spent a significant amount of time with our lawyers and feel prepared for the trial.