You know what they say: “Location, location, location!”
If you have to meet with your attorney or go to his/her office, you may want to make sure the attorney’s office is in a convenient location or that you are willing and able to travel to his/her office.
Next time, I’ll discuss how to find an attorney after thinking about all of the criteria I have explained over the last several weeks.
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