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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When should I consult an attorney?

A: When faced with a potential legal problem, you may want to consult with an attorney about your legal rights. A consultation with an attorney can save you time and money. The following are some examples of situations where a consultation may be necessary:

  • You are being threatened with a lawsuit.
  • You want to purchase, sell, or lease real or commercial property.
  • You want to form or dissolve a business.
  • You have questions about divorce, alimony, paternity, child custody or support.
  • You were involved in an accident and there were injuries and/or property damage.
  • You would like to have a will, living will, power of attorney or other estate planning documents prepared.
  • You feel that you were wrongfully terminated from your employment.
  • You need employment contracts, non-compete agreements, or policy manuals drafted for your business.
  • You are arrested, questioned or charged with a crime.
  • You have a tenant who has not paid the rent.
  • You are a contractor or subcontractor who has not been paid.
  • You have been ordered to mediation as part of the litigation process.

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