About Our Client Relationship

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New Clients

We readily accept new clients and, in many cases, can meet with you the same day you call us.


We recommend appointments be made in advance. However, you are welcome to drop in without an appointment, and we will make arrangements to see you as soon as possible.


Your telephone calls will be immediately accepted if we are not in consultation with another client or at a legal proceeding. In the event that we are not available when you call, your call will be returned as soon as possible. If you have an emergency, tell our office, and we will make every effort to handle the matter immediately.

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All fees for our services will be discussed with you at the initial consultation. Depending on the nature and complexity of the case, our fee may be based on an hourly rate, a fixed fee, or a contingent fee. In some cases, a retainer fee may be required.

All fee agreements are confirmed in writing, and all clients are provided a current fee schedule. We will thoroughly explain the fees to you before we undertake your representation and are happy to discuss any other questions you may have regarding the fees at any time. For your convenience, we accept MasterCard and Visa.

Right to Privacy

Information you give to us in the course of our representation is completely confidential. Even after your case is ended, the information remains confidential. Staff members are not permitted to mention our clients or cases to anyone outside our firm. We will not release any information about your case without your authorization unless required by law.

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Rules of Professional Conduct

All attorneys are Officers of the Court and have special legal and professional obligations to the Court as set forth in the Code of Professional Conduct. While these rules are extensive, they are intended to be reasonable and reflect common sense.

Things that may not seem to be a conflict of interest to you may well be conflicts under the Code of Professional Responsibility. We are bound by our professional rules. In instances where there is a conflict of interest, we will decline representation.

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