How does unbundled or limited representation differ from full representation?
In a un-bundled or a limited representation situation, the attorney is only representing you for the specific matter that you have agreed upon. In other words, if you have a temporary hearing and you want to have an attorney just represent you for that hearing, but you don’t want to have counsel for your entire divorce, you can just hire an attorney to go with you for that temporary hearing. If you feel like you want to start your divorce on your own and then eventually you want to have an attorney just to come in for the final hearing, you can hire an attorney just for that. When you have a full representation, then that attorney is with you from the very beginning of the case, that attorney files all your documents, and that attorney continues to represent you until you either hire new counsel or your case is completely over.