We get it. Law can be overwhelming. Lawyers often use scary terms, words that have hidden meanings, latin phrases, and "terms of art". The result can be intimidating.
Let us help! We cut through the lawyer-speak and will take whatever time is necessary to help you fully understand your case, your options, and any risks. We will explain the entire litigation process in plain English, thereby helping you to make better informed legal decisions.
Our first step is to create a litigation plan designed to get the results you want. Using our deep understanding of the law and our ability to analyze how the law applies to your particular circumstance, we will craft a path to achieve your goals. This path may include negotiation, litigation, or both. Wherever your particular path leads, we will strive to give you the tools and expert advice to make intelligent choices. And if negotiation fails, we give you the legal firepower to back-up those choices in the courtroom.
If you think you need professional legal help and are ready to take the next step, please contact us to schedule a free face-to-face consultation. The sooner you understand your legal options, the sooner you can plan your path forward, thereby increasing your chances of getting the results you want.
Here is a simple fact: A lawyers time is money. If you can take a few minutes to get your evidence and case materials organized before you "hand it over" to your attorney, you'll get faster results and keep your total costs to a minimum. Remember: your initial consultation is FREE, so why not maximize it? By doing simple organizational chores (like putting all of your correspondence in chronological order, having copies of all bills, invoices and other important documents), you will allow your lawyer to engage quickly, focus on the important legal issues. When every penny counts, doing a little secretarial work before your appointment can pay big dividends.
Nobody knows your case like you do, and part of your job is to make sure your lawyer has all the information she needs to fully engage and meet your needs. Developing a detailed, written time line that clearly documents what has already transpired in your case lets your lawyer quickly zero-in on the legal issues - instead of spending time, and money, developing this information from your oral recollections and disorganized documents. A good time line, combined with an appropriately concise narrative, is an invaluable tool and can ultimately save you many hundreds of dollars.
Any legal effort must be goal-driven. So before your consultation, please spend a few minutes and map out three things:
Litigation is about attaining goals. By defining your goals right from the start, your legal team will be well positioned to help you make informed decisions as your case progresses.
Bring EVERYTHING to your appointment. Documents, pictures, text messages, emails, videos, recordings, bills, anything sent to you by a lawyer/court/process server... anything at all that touches on the merits of your case is important to us! Do not make the mistake of thinking "they probably don't need that". Bring it all! There is an axiom in law: "You can not give your lawyer too much paper". By starting off your consultation with a big box of organized documents, you have a much better chance of minimizing your expenses and ultimately realizing your goals.
First impressions should always be good impressions, but there is no need to dress fancy or to pretend you are someone "different". We understand that clients come in all different shapes, sizes and educational backgrounds, so just be you. But please be on-time and prepared to discuss all of the issues during your consultation. Your consideration shows your legal team that you are serious about your case and are prepared to do what is needed to help your team win.
Your consultation is protected by the attorney-client privilege. However, having unnecessary persons present that are not directly involved with the case can seriously weaken this important protection. For this reason, we request that any person who is not directly involved with the case be excluded from the consultation. Note also that children tend to be disruptive and can make it difficult for our staff to focus on the important issues that are unique and critical to your case. For this reason, we reserve the right to terminate your consultation if unnecessary third parties or children are present.
When you are ready to take the next step, please give us a call at (979) 922-8825 to schedule your free, no-obligation consultation.
The Law Office of Savannah Robinson
1822 Main St, Danbury, TX 77534
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