Family Law matters involve highly emotional issues. Consequently, clients often allow themselves to be guided by their emotions. Without diminishing the emotions involved, I offer my client thoughtful and rational advice and assist them in viewing their situation from an objective view point.
If you have ever been arrested or are under criminal investigation, choosing a lawyer could be the most important decision you ever make.
Have you been injured by the careless or negligent actions of another? Have you been in a car accident? Have you suffered due to a medical malpractice? If you have answered yes, you may be able to recover compensation for the hardships you have suffered, including medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
I understand that whether it’s a criminal matter or a matrimonial matter, your need to have counsel comes at a time of highly charged emotions. Many people have never had the need to retain an attorney and are unfamiliar with the process and unsure how to determine the relevant merits of an attorney..
Choosing an attorney can be difficult process. Many people have never had the need to retain an attorney and are unfamiliar with the process and unsure how to determine the relevant merits of an attorney.
I understand that whether it’s a criminal matter or a matrimonial matter, your need to have counsel comes at a time of highly charged emotions. Thus, this stressful, emotional time coupled with the unfamiliarity of the process can impede your ability to select an attorney that can effectively represent your needs and interests.
This is why at the initial consultation I endeavor to answer all your questions and provide a roadmap for your particular matter. I will help you to objectively evaluate your matter,and explain your options and to help you avoid impulsive or overly emotional decisions that do not ultimately further your best interest.It is always my goal to fully explain every step of a case to my clients.
The attorney/client relationship must be based on trust and confidence and clients must be afforded the information they need to make fully-informed decisions.
The first and potentially most important decision regarding your case is choosing your attorney.