When seeing a lawyer...


When you see a lawyer, it is best to come fully prepared. Any items or information you do not bring with you cost time. When dealing with a lawyer, you pay for their time. The more you have prepared beforehand, the less you have to spend time getting everything needed together.

Lawyers are often more expensive than you first anticipate. Matters which go to trial can be postponed, and many other unexpected costs can arise.

Before seeing a lawyer, make sure you have your finances in order, and that you do everything you can to reduce the costs of litigation. Not bringing every document and item of information you need to a consultation can cause a need for follow up. Follow-up takes time, and thus costs you money. This page is aimed at making your experience with your lawyer as pleasant as possible.


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The information your lawyer will probably need, to assist you

posted 21 May 2015, 03:56 by Marc Aupiais

Lawyers cost a lot of money to consult, but a lot of the time in an average consultation consists of basic data entry. The details to be filled in, in the e-questionnaire below will likely allow you to save a lot of time, and allow your lawyer to be prepared to discuss your matters with a prepared ability.

How to fill it out electronically

Download it onto your computer, give it a file name inclusive of your name, and that it is your basic contact and other information.
Fill out each field, pressing tab to go to the next field.
Save the now filled out form.
Attach it to an e-mail and e-mail your attorney, or print it out and bring to your consultation with your attorney.

When you want your lawyer to draft your will

posted 21 May 2015, 03:38 by Marc Aupiais   [ updated 21 May 2015, 03:51 ]

Before going into your interview to draft your will, try filling out the questionnaire below.

Giving your attorney such information upfront can save you time and thus money in your consultation.
Make sure however that you do have a consultation with the attorney and that they clarify why they included or excluded what they did in your will.

How to fill it out electronically

Download it onto your computer, give it a file name inclusive of your name, and that it is for your will.
Fill out each field, pressing tab to go to the next field.
Save the now filled out form.
Attach it to an e-mail and e-mail your attorney, or print it out and bring to your consultation with your attorney.

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