Questions for Your New Attorney, Starting With #1: How Will I Get a Return on My Investment of Legal Fees?

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Has your business avoided contacting an attorney because you’re concerned it could be a “waste” of money?

That’s an understandable concern. Sometimes, attorneys fees are not in fact a good investment.  Perhaps you’ve had a prior experience where you paid an attorney by the hour, and he spun his or her wheels without getting you anywhere.  That is, you did not get a favorable result: your main result was paying out legal fee money.

It’s true that in such instances, your money is poorly invested.  After all, you don’t pay an attorney just to do legal work.  You don’t pay an attorney for fancy briefs or documents.  You pay an attorney to improve your situation: to get a better financial result than you started with.

There are attorneys out there who understand this, and who strive to provide value to clients.

So how do you find an attorney who provides value?  It starts with the questions you ask.

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