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Schedule a Call

If you would like to schedule an appointment, please feel free to call, email or submit a form through the “Contact Us” page on our website.

A member of our non-attorney staff is available during normal business hours to answer your general questions about our practice areas and attorneys, as well as provide you with some information about how we work, payments and fees, and how to get started. We, in turn, would like to get to know you so that we know what brought you to see us, whether it be a set of facts relating to a loved one’s health issue or goals to achieve, and confirm that we provide the appropriate services for the issue that prompted your call.

We do not answer legal questions during this intake call. Legal questions are answered in a paid consultation with one of our attorneys. It is important to note that when attorneys provide a free consultation to a potential new client, no legal advice is given. Free consultations are generally a “meet and greet” opportunity, and there is generally a misconception of what can be achieved in a free consultation.

Following your new client informational and intake call, we will help you schedule the appropriate attorney consultation meeting.

Initial, Paid Consultation with an Attorney

When you book an initial, paid consultation with us you will know that we handle your type of matter and that there are no conflicts of interest. Typically, we send out a questionnaire prior to this meeting, so that we will have reviewed your goals, financial information, and other relevant documents that you wish to share with us prior to meeting with you.

When we meet, we will have a working 60 to 90-minute meeting in which you will know where you stand legally, what your legal options are, and we will form a plan on how to proceed with your matter. You will leave the consultation with a solid blueprint and overall plan of what services are to be provided.

And our consultation fee is credited towards your first flat fee if hired at the consultation meeting.

Confidentiality Policy

It is our firm’s policy to preserve your confidentiality at all times. We are strictly bound by professional rules of ethics as well as by personal conviction. We respect your privacy, have safeguards in place internally to protect your confidential information, and we will never disclose or release your private information to anyone without your prior, express consent. Please note, however, that merely contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship.

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