Rest assured, you've found aggressive representation.
Here at Pitcher Law, we prioritize transparency and a client-centered approach. We promise to actively challenge the prosecution on your behalf, keeping you well-informed and involved in the process. We are committed to sharing all evidence, discussing the strengths and weaknesses of your case, and never pressuring you into a plea deal that isn't in your best interest. Additionally, we maintain integrity by avoiding any side deals that could compromise your rights.
Preparing for an initial consultation with an attorney is essential to make the most of your meeting and ensure you receive the guidance you need. At Pitcher Law, we conduct initial consultations primarily over the phone, unless otherwise requested. Here's how to prepare:
Remember that the initial consultation is a two-way process—you are evaluating the attorney's suitability for your needs, and we are assessing your case. Be sure to feel comfortable with the attorney's communication style and their ability to handle your legal issue.
Retainer Fee: At Pitcher Law, we require all clients to pay an upfront retainer fee, which is essentially a prepayment for their services. Working hours are then billed to the retainer.
Hourly Billing: In most cases, we charge clients based on an hourly rate.
Flat Fee: In some cases, we bill a fixed, upfront fee for specific legal services. This is commonly used on criminal cases and occasionally family law.
Starting the process of divorce can be emotionally challenging and legally complex. Here are some steps to help you get started:
Remember, every divorce case is unique, and the process can vary depending on your jurisdiction and circumstances. It's highly recommended to consult with a qualified divorce attorney to ensure that your rights and interests are protected throughout the process.
You should consider hiring an attorney AS SOON AS POSSIBLE in situations where legal expertise and guidance are essential. Keep in mind the deadlines, the process of retaining the attorney, and time taken to receive a discovery. Retaining an attorney as soon as possible is important for several reasons:
Overall, hiring an attorney promptly can greatly impact the outcome of your legal matter and help you navigate the legal system effectively.
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