What area of law do you practice?
I am a general practice attorney which means I focus on my clients' needs and not just doing one thing over and over. I have a passion for civil rights and criminal defense. I enjoy business and labor law, particularly data privacy and regulatory compliance. I help clients with estate planning, family law issues, and other sensitive concerns. I'm not shy about referring you to another attorney for other matters such as patents, workers' compensation, or immigration. That's why I dedicate myself to continuous learning and staying active in professional associations- so that I have all the resources and referrals that my clients might need.
Do you even know what you're doing?
Do I even need to hire an attorney?
It depends. Some legal matters are fairly straightforward, but some are not. Maybe you're busy. Maybe you're not sure what to do next or how to get it done. Maybe it's just uncomfortable. Every client and situation is different.
An attorney offers experience in dealing with legal matters, dedicated time to focus on your specific needs, and the emotional detachment needed to make rational, strategic decisions to preserve your long-term interests.
If you're still not sure, Contact Me for a free consultation.
Why can't I handle this myself?
Why should I hire you?
You should hire me when you feel confident that I'm the right attorney for your matter and that you feel comfortable working and communicating with me. Remember, we'll be working together.
I can tell you that I'm very direct, that I am always prepared and I don't waste time or money. I will keep your affairs private and I will respect your wishes. I don't judge my clients, I serve them.
How are you going to help me?
How much will this cost?
You should always consider your financial situation and whether hiring an attorney is even worth it for you. There are also free and low-cost legal services available. Resources.
Every client and matter is unique. Depending on your situation and the legal services you need there may be upfront fees, hourly billing, or another arrangement. You never know until you ask.
Can I afford to hire you?