New Atlanta Firm Offers Divorce a la Carte

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Many middle-income people seeking a divorce can't afford to hire a lawyer but aren't poor enough to qualify for legal aid. Michael and Shelia Manely hope to fill this gap with the Justice Cafe, a walk-in family law firm that provides unbundled services for $75 an hour. "We want to get real attorneys back on Main Street helping real people," says Shelia.

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  • Eric K. Johnson

    I thought this was a good idea too, but Justice Cafe is a good and noble idea doomed to fail as presently envisioned and implemented. See: Legal Grind Cafe and the frosty reception it got on Shark Tank:

    http://abovethelaw.com/2010/02/loyola-l-a-law-grad-gets-savaged-in-the-shark-tank/

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