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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Do I need to hire a lawyer?
Hiring a lawyer is an important decision which should be handled with careful consideration. There are many reasons for which you may need to retain legal counsel. We understand that this can be a confusing choice to make, which is why we encourage our potential clients to call our office and schedule a consultation during which you will sit with one of our attorneys and discuss your situation. We will give you the information you need to make an informed decision as to whether or not you need to hire a lawyer.
Q. Why should I trust your firm with my case?
We understand that trust is paramout to the attorney client relationship. As a boutique law firm we are able to dedicate the appropriate resources and time to manage your case. We place a strong emphasis on communication and we ensure you are fully informed of every aspect of your case. If you are thinking about retaining our firm to represent you we encourage you to come in for a consultation to learn what we can do for you.
Q. Which counties in Florida does your firm cover?
We primarily represent clients in Palm Beach County and Broward County, however we are open to taking cases in the greater South Florida area if it makes sense to do so.
Q. What can I expect from you?
You can expect to have dedicated, experienced and knowledgeable attorneys at your disposal. We will develop a targeted legal strategy that is specific to your needs and desires. We will passionately represent you both inside and outside of the courtroom, and we will thoroughly prepare you for any depositions or in court testimony, to the extent it is required. We will be readily available to answer your questions and concerns and will return all calls and emails within 24 hours.
Q. What is expected of me as a client of your firm?
We consider communication between attorney and client to be a top priority and want you to feel comfortable coming to us with any questions or concerns that you may have. We want you to be honest and responsive with us so that we can prepare the best possible legal strategy tailored to your specific case.
Q. How will I be kept informed of my case?
We feel that it is very important for you to understand all aspects of your case as it develops. We are committed to providing you updates on a bi-weekly basis, however we encourage you to contact us at any time if you wish to receive an update on the status of your case.
Q. What do I do when I have a question?
We are interested in your questions and we want you to ask them. You can call our office at (561)859-0679 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding your case or on any other matter. We are committed to returning all calls and emails within 24 hours.
Q. What are your office hours?
Our office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 6:00pm. We are also available before and after office hours by appointment. Please feel free to call us before or after office hours. If we are not available to answer, we will return your call within 24 hours.
Q. Do you charge for consultations?
We want to ensure that our clients are well informed of their legal rights. Therefore, we offer consultations to our potential clients so we have a chance to learn the details of their situation.
Q. What do you charge for your legal service?
We are committed to providing you with the most cost effective legal representation. We encourage an open discussion about our fees with each client at the initial consultation. Lawyers are paid under various fee arrangements. The typical fee arrangements we offer include: hourly fee, flat fee, contingency fee. For more details, please call our office and schedule a consultation.
Q. How can I become a client of your firm?
If you would like to become a client of our firm you can call our office expressing the fact that you are a potential client. We will then schedule a time at your convenience for you to come in for a consultation. After discussing the details of your case we will be able to determine the best way in which we can help you.
Q. Will I have to go to court?
You will not necessarily have to go to court. The majority of cases are resolved without having to go to trial, however we are fully prepared to litigate your case when needed. As your attorneys, we will thoroughly prepare you for court, and we will stand by your side while we actively represent you. If you specifically do not wish to go to court, we will do our best to develop a strategy which will not require your appearance.
Q. How long will this process take?
The duration of the legal process varies based on the complexity of your particular case. Unfortunately we cannot provide you a specific timeline until we discuss your situation. We encourage you to come in for a consultation at which time we will be better equipped to inform you of how long it will take to resolve your legal matter.
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Glachman & Brill, P.A.
6421 Congress Ave. Suite 120
Boca Raton, FL 33487
Tel: (561) 859-0679
Fax: (561) 859-0679
Office hours: M-F 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m
(hours are flexible to accommodate your schedule)
Representing Landlords, Tenants, & Homeowners
Palm Beach County and Broward County Florida
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