The initial consultation - Your best weapon to avoid high fees.
I offer a free, no pressure, unlimited time, initial phone consultation. Most consultations last nearly one hour, but given the complexity of some circumstances, the initial consultation could exceed one hour. You will not be asked or pressured to sign with out office. In fact, my office policy is that I do not allow people to retain my services at first impression. I want our discussion to soak in, and only after some serious contemplation, we can decide to move forward. I do not accept everyone that wants to hire me, so the initial talk is a great way for me to get idea about your case, understand your concerns, and give you good advice (whether you eventually hire me or not). I generally do not offer representation to people that are unreasonable and discourage people that want to litigate out of vengeance.
Once we talk, often times, I will advise that legal action or sometimes I will suggest that we should put things on hold, depending on the facts and circumstances of the case. Every situation is different. I encourage that people take notes while we talk, and bring a list of questions with them so that we cover all of their primary concerns.
Some key information that you will receive in your initial consultation:
1. What the right moves are.
2. What the wrong moves are.
3. What the smart moves are.
4. Helpful tips on how to get started.
5. The likely outcome of your case.
6. Ways to avoid attorney's fees.
7. How long the case will take.
8. Advice regarding debt, separating during the divorce.
9. Issues regarding how assets are divided; and
10. How best to handle disagreements about custody.
When you call, Mr. Nordini will talk to you and give you some comfort with knowledge of the process. Further, you should think about talking with at least three other lawyers when you're contemplating hiring a lawyer. Only by comparing at least three lawyers will you have a better understanding of the best approach to your case.
Call now to get candid real time advice from my office. Just ask for me, Paul D. Nordini