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Top 4 Questions To Consider Before Hiring an Estate Planning Lawyer - Part 2

How Will Your Lawyer Respond To Your Needs On An Ongoing Basis?

One of people's biggest complaints about working with lawyers is a lack of responsiveness. We’ve even heard of situations  in which clients went weeks without getting a call back from their lawyer. It’s unfortunate, and yet it makes sense when a lawyer doesn’t have systems in place to ensure they can serve their existing clients and respond to the needs of past clients. 

So, to ensure your lawyer can be responsive to your needs, ask them how quickly calls are typically returned in their office and if someone will be on-hand to answer quick questions when and as needed.

Ideally, all calls to your lawyer should be pre-scheduled with a clear agenda, so you both can be ready to focus on your specific needs.

Posted by Suren G. Adams, Adams Law Office, LLC

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