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Schedule a consultation by telephone, pre-arranged telephone conference, or office conference. We may also offer consultations via e-mail. Since e-mail cannot assure strict attorney-client confidentiality, it may be necessary for us to have further communication about your legal situation.
There is a consultation fee for Family Law and Probate issues.
While we wish we could help everyone who comes to us, it isn?t practical for us to take every case. We carefully review each case that comes into our office to see if we have the resources and expertise to assist the person asking for our help. If we can devote the time, energy, and resources to win your case, we will do so. If not, it wouldn?t be fair to either of us for us to take your case.
Ready to talk with an attorney? Fill out this form to request your initial consultation. We will review your request and contact you as soon as possible. If you need is immediate, we suggest you call our office and make an appointment. Normal fees will apply.
Please do not include sensitive or confidential information in your correspondence with our firm. A lawyer/client relationship is not created until you have set up a formal consultation with an attorney. Please only include basic information such as type of case (e.g., divorce), and the county where your case is or will be pending.
Disclaimer: Sending an e-mail form to an attorney will not establish an attorney-client relationship. Such a relationship is not typically established until a mutual agreement is reached on the terms of representation and we determine that so doing will not create a conflict of interest. Therefore, you should not send a message containing confidential or time-sensitive information