Do I need to schedule an appointment if I want to see an attorney or seek legal advice?
Yes. The attorneys spend a considerable amount of time out of the office attending court, mediations, settlement meetings and the like. Consequently, if you want to see an attorney, you should contact our office and schedule an appointment.
Can your legal assistant give me advice or give me a fee quote for my case?
No. Our legal assistants are not authorized to practice law and cannot give you any legal advice about your situation. You would need to speak with one of the attorneys or schedule an appointment. Likewise, our assistants are not allowed to estimate fees for representation.
Is there a fee for an initial consultation?
In the majority of cases, there is no initial consultation fee. A client can come and meet with one of the attorneys for thirty minutes free of charge. If your situation is one that requires a consultation fee, you will be told the amount of the consultation fee at the time you schedule the appointment.
What methods of payment does your firm accept?
We accept cash, personal checks, money orders and other forms of certified funds. We also accept credit cards and debit cards with VISA, Mastercard, Discover and American Express logos.
Can I reach the attorneys by email?
Mr. Phillips’ email address is email@example.com.
Ms. Sellers’ email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.