Whether you’re a new or existing client, a phone consultation is the best way to get legal help from us because you’ll save time and money as travel is unnecessary.
Here’s What You Get With Your Phone Consultation…
1. The attorney you select for your appointment will call you.
2. As part of the assessment of your situation, he will answer your questions and provide the legal advice you want.
3. After your phone appointment, you will receive a follow-up email that contains additional information to help you.
4. A credit for the consultation fee will be applied against the professional services fee for any work done for you by our attorneys after the consultation.
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Your Consultation Satisfaction Guaranteed
If you are unhappy with your phone consultation for any reason whatsoever, just ask for a refund during the call. We will promptly refund your money plus give you the names of two other attorneys who might be able to help you. That’s a firm promise and commitment.
Very Knowledgeable And Helpful“Mike knows his stuff and gives you straight answers; not a run around. He told me exactly what I needed to know; clearly and directly. I had tried to find the answers myself by asking the agencies involved and by doing my own research. Had I called Mike first, I’d have saved hours of time. Well worth his fee.”
Ann Pinchak, Esq. Houston, Texas
Worthwhile!“Mike was very knowledgeable, and able to download information needed very quickly. The 30 minute session was worth every penny, and we will be seeking his counsel again.”
Extremely Helpful!“It was a pleasure talking with Attorney Young. I will not hesitate to refer others and I intend to hire him for further legal work in the immediate future.”
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