I think it is absolutely crucial when you are faced with a divorce that you hire an attorney. First of all, to navigate through the legal system is very complex and complicated, and it is very easy to miss something or to lose a right. If there is something that you are entitled to, be it money from a retirement fund or something of that nature, it is imperative that you have an attorney for that short of thing. Nothing is worse than (and I have gotten these types of phone calls before) where somebody has called me up and said “hey, I just signed a settlement agreement, but I do not like something about it. What can you do?” And, I have to tell them that, “unfortunately, at this point, it is too late to do anything.” And, they likely gave up a lot of rights to something they could have had, had they spent the money on hiring an attorney. So, do not think of it as money poorly spent, because in actuality, you could be saving yourself thousands of dollars in the long run.