Any encounter with the legal system is nerve-wracking, and potentially fraught with consequences. It is the attorney's job to help you navigate the legal landscape. While each legal problem presents its own difficulties, it is important that you find an attorney you feel comfortable with as soon as possible. We could be that attorney.
Legal issues are disruptive enough to a person's life. Our job is to make this burden as light as possible. Contact us and we will do our best to meet at a time and place that is convenient for you.
Yes. While we cannot take on every matter, our attorneys will meet with you to see if we are the best fit for your specific legal needs. If we determine that our firm is a good fit for your matter we will present a written agreement setting forth the scope and terms of our representation.
For the initial meeting, please bring any legal documents you have been served with, as well as any other materials you think will be relevant to your case.
Please be aware that in order to preserve attorney-client privilege it is important that we meet only with the potential client. We may have need to exclude outside parties from any privileged discussions.
Different matters call for different fee structures. Typically, criminal and immigration matters will handled on a fixed, flat fee basis. Civil matters are handled on either an hourly or contingency basis, depending upon the client or matters. After the initial consultation we will discuss the fee structure that best suits your matter.
Yes. Even if you have consulted with another attorney you may seek consultations with additional attorneys, including our firm. Generally speaking, even if you have retained an attorney you may still seek the opinions and advice of other attorneys, and change counsel if you feel it is in your best interests.
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Our attorneys are licensed in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut. We are also admitted to practice in the United States District Courts for New Jersey and the Southern District of New York and the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.