Friday, September 30, 2011

Tip 1


 Look for your lawyer. Any attorney licensed to practice law in your state can represent you as long as (s)he does not have a conflict of interest.  There are many online sites that will help you find a lawyer working in your area.  Ask friends and business associates you respect for recommendations.  No matter how you find your lawyer, make sure to confirm the attorney is licensed. 

7 comments:

  1. I really appreciate all your tips. They are all very interesting, too many little buttons that I would have way to much fun clicking. I am looking for good lawyers in newfoundland. Do you have any other advice for me?

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  2. Thank you for sharing these tips. I think one of the best things to do when hiring a lawyer is to just make sure you are ok with them. Meet with them in person and analyze how you feel about them. You may or may not be surprised!
    Jensen | http://www.shdlawyers.ca/en/

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  6. Sheryl, I like what you said about recommendations. Talking to your family and friends is the best way to get reliable reviews of lawyers in your area. Online reviews might be slightly helpful, but talking with people you trust is much better. http://www.surreycriminallawyer.com/en/

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  7. It is a great tip to ask around for lawyer recommendations. I'm sure that I know lots more people than I realize who have relevant experience working with lawyers. Plus, if I asked someone I trust, I could move forward with more confidence than if I had found the laywer online. http://www.woitasmcleodlaw.ca.

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