The short answer is no. Legally, an attorney can only represent the person who has contacted the attorney first. The attorney is only allowed to give legal advice to that spouse. However, if the parties come to an agreement on the terms of their case, such as custody, parenting time and division of assets, the attorney can prepare the paperwork to be submitted to the court and handle the scheduling of the case with the court to finalize the matter. It is recommended that the other spouse have the paperwork reviewed by their own attorney prior to signing it. It is great for all members of the family if the case can be resolved between the parties!