Another very important consideration in choosing an attorney is that attorney’s style.
When you envision your attorney, what do you see? There are some attorneys that scream at everyone to get the job done. There are attorneys that would like to party with the band on the tour bus. Some attorneys are not that extreme, but are still friends with their clients. Other attorneys do not like to socialize with their clients and prefer to quietly sit in their offices. Some attorneys are in the middle of all of those types. Your attorney is part of your team and is a representation of your image in some cases. Think of how you want to do business and there will be the type of attorney for you.
Next time, I’ll talk about the consequences of some of these attorney practice styles.
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