Client Consultation

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.

Please review the information provided on this website before completing this form. If we decide to accept your case after consultation, we will prepare a written agreement that establishes the scope and terms of our representation. There is a consultation fee for Family Law and Probate issues.

Are you ready to talk with an attorney? 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.

Fill out this form to request your initial consultation. We will review your request and contact you as soon as possible. If your need is immediate, we suggest you call our office and make an appointment. Normal fees will apply. The information provided on this form is confidential and protected by Attorney-Client Privilege. The information will not be disclosed to anyone outside of the Lynn Hamilton Johnson Firm, except in the course of rendering legal services on your behalf, or unless otherwise required by law.

Your consultation with us is confidential and will preclude us from representing the opposing party. We discourage the attendance of friends and family at your initial consultation with us in order to preserve attorney/client privilege and to avoid distraction.

We hope what you learn in consultation with us will be valuable to you. We encourage you to complete the client information form in advance of consultation. Please be aware, however, that submitting the information form alone does not establish an attorney/client relationship and does not require us to take any action. The attorney/client relationship is only formed after you have engaged the firm and consulted personally with one of our attorneys.

Please do not include sensitive or confidential information in any email 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.

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