People come to see us because they have a problem. They need solutions, they need action, and they need human beings who listen not just fill in the blanks. I have been practicing for 26 years, 20 of them in Douglas County. When you hire counsel, you want to know that the lawyer you meet with is the lawyer who'll be working your case. You want to know that you've looked this person in the eye, sat down in her office and talked- and she listened - and there was genuine, two way conversation. I wish I could say the client is always right about everything, but I often have to tell people things they don't want to hear - I'm blunt, and clients feel comfortable asking why I think what I think. It's important that you feel comfortable and not talked down to by your attorney. It's also important that you don't feel like the attorney cared primarily about billing hours for the firm. I'm not the cheapest lawyer in town, but I get things done. They say if you want something done well, give it to a busy person. That shows that a practice is established, that they provide high quality service, and that they want to handle your case, help you solve your problem, and be done. Face it, you're not hiring me to be your friend. You're hiring me to get the job done. Well done. So it doesn't need to be done again. So you don't look back years later and think that you failed to obtain appropriate legal advice. Call today for an appointment - please mention if it is urgent - we can usually get people in within 24 hours - We get it - You're going to be stressed until you know what you can do about the problem - Call and find out - We can't make it disappear, but we can make it manageable - provide lists of things to do - and most importantly get our heads around a plan of action.
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