The first question I’m usually asked is: what kind of lawyer are you?
There are two ways to answer that question. The first way is to list the areas of law in which I practice. I have a general civil law practice and prefer to focus on “planning ahead” law, not “arguing after the fact” law. Too often, people only hire a lawyer because something has happened to them – divorce, personal injury, or criminal charges. But when it comes to general civil law, hiring a lawyer before one is needed might just be the best decision anyone makes.

You have heard the adage: Plan for the worst, but hope for the best. Seeking the advice of a lawyer protects your family and your business.

The more important answer to what kind of lawyer I am has little to do with types of legal work. I help people get their lives, businesses, and future plans in order. I will make sure I understand your concerns before making any recommendations. I have the business and life experience to give sound, practical advice. I don’t wait to start tasks until the deadline is imminent. If I draft a document for you, it will be tailored to solve your problems rather than just pasting your name into the document I drafted for my last client.

 I am usually in jeans and tennis shoes. I am approachable and down-to-earth. I speak and write in plain English. I don’t own a stopwatch and I don’t live my life in tenths of an hour.

 

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