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What kind of legal issue are you facing?
Most people need legal help at least once in their lives; for some it can even be a frequent occurrence. But in all cases, managing legal problems always begins with a careful understanding of the conflict, regardless of its size or scope. Is this a civil matter (e.g., lawsuit) or a criminal matter (e.g., theft)? How have you been affected? Can you dispassionately summarize what has brought the conflict into your life? Can you see options for remedying the situation?
Serious matters should be handled by an attorney.
Legal matters range from simple traffic violations to criminal charges involving time in prison. While most people are comfortable enough managing a speeding ticket without the help of an attorney, they also know that serious issues like criminal charges, lawsuits, product liability, bodily injury, etc. require a mastery of the law in order to bring about a successful outcome. In any matter requiring an interpretation of the law, hire an experienced attorney to represent you.
A well-prepared client saves time and money!
When first meeting with an attorney, you will undoubtedly have many questions. However it's important to realize that the attorney will need a good deal of information from you before he or she can even begin to answer those questions. Make sure you've got your issue clearly summarized, but also be ready with complete and accurate contact information, any documents that may be relevant to the case, and your specific goals for representation.