What should I take to my first meeting with my new lawyer?
Posted: December 15, 2017
You should take what you think is important to your particular case and issues. If custody or visitation is your issue, take your journal or calendar. Details are important. If support, alimony, daycare, extracurricular expenses are your issues, take your last 2 years’ income tax returns and a list of expenses that you’re trying to collect.
Remember that lawyers keep secrets and solve problems. Tell the truth and give your lawyer the complete story– that is the only way a lawyer can help you. The attorneys at Haskin Law are trustworthy problem solvers and we are here to help. Call 630-665-0800 to arrange a meeting. For some cases, the first meeting is free. Yours might be one of those cases.
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