Bring Copies of documents.
Make copies of all the documents regarding your case to give these copies to the Attorney if you decide to continue.
Take notes and get organized.
Write down notes or questions you may have to ask. The Attorney must have your details in order to decide what is important and how to proceed.
An honest account of your legal problem may be sensitive to you or your family. The conversation you have with our Attorney is private, and cannot be discussed with others without your permission.
Understand how much moving forward will cost you.
It is perfectly okay to discuss fees, plans for payment with your Attorney.
Organize your questions.
In order for your Attorney to serve you better, you must understand your case and the legal process. It is more cost effective for to ask several questions at once instead of calling your Attorney every time you have a question.
Read carefully documents signing.
If you do not understand what the document is about that you are being asked to sign, ask your Attorney to explain it to you again.
Keep your own files.
It is OK to ask for copies of all letters and documents, written agreements between you and your Attorney for your records.
Listen to your Attorney.
Our Attorney ’s judgments are based on legal training, experience, and expertise, and sometimes the best legal advice may not be what you want to hear. Your Attorney will provide advice that has your best interests in mind.