In a Divorce proceeding, the Court has the authority to award attorney’s fees in two different cases.

First, if one party establishes that he/she has a need for attorney fees based upon monthly expenses and income, and the other party has the ability to pay, the Court can consider an award of necessary attorney fees.

The Court can also award attorney fees if the other party has engaged in conduct that has unreasonably prolonged the length and expense of the proceeding or acted in bad faith by their action or inaction.

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