Relationship Between Attorney And Client
It is very important that when you are looking for an attorney, you find one that you can trust. Trust may be the most important factor on your list of “what am I looking for in an attorney.” Part of an attorney’s job is to analyze your case and tell you what is good about your case and what is bad about your case in determining the reasonableness for your goals. If you want an attorney to tell you whatever you want to hear, just to make you feel better, that does not mean that your goals will be able to be achieved. There are some “rules and procedures” to litigation that may not make logical sense, but it is your attorney’s job to explain this to you at each step in your case. If you feel like your attorney is not in your corner because they are telling you something you do not like, that may be the best attorney you can have; however, you have to be able to differentiate between good legal counsel versus lack of knowledge or incompetence. If you have a good relationship with your attorney and you can trust that person, you will know that even though the advice is contrary to what you want to hear, it is the correct information and a plan “B” strategy needs to be created to get you to as close to your resolution goals as possible.
Here at Schwam-Wilcox & Associates, we do not candy coat our legal advice, we give it to you straight so you have the knowledge to make difficult decisions for your family. If you are given the advice that you want to hear but it is not accurate, you are making decisions for your family based on fantasy and that will not end well for you and your family. You have to be prepared for the worst and strive for the best. Some areas of law like, criminal and family can have very emotional issues, and it can be a trying time for people involved in these types of cases (and others) therefore, you must be able to rely on your attorney team to help you navigate through the process. When you’re going through your worst, we are at our best! Come meet with one of our four (4) attorneys to see how we can help you with your legal needs. You can reach us by calling 407-245-7700, e-mailing at firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting our website at www.cbswlaw.com.