Finding the best lawyer.

 

 

Finding a lawyer on your own:

.    Step 1: Compile a list of possible lawyers using referrals from friends, the Yellow Pages, legal directories, and referral services.
Time commitment: Approximately one to two hours.

.    Step 2: Determine the type of lawyer you need and trim the list by eliminating those who don't practice in that area or whose offices are too far away.
Time commitment: Approximately one to two hours.

.    Step 3: Evaluate the legal reputations of your remaining choices by calling their clients and other lawyers.
Time commitment: Possibly several hours.

.    Step 4: Learn something about the area of the law prior to meeting with the lawyer in order to get the most out of your visit with the lawyer. May require going to a law library and doing legal research.
Time commitment: Possibly several hours.

.    Step 5: Select a lawyer and call for an appointment. Repeat until happy with your choice.
Time commitment: Possibly several hours.

 

Finding a lawyer using Leading Lawyer's Network:

.    Step 1: Use the website to find a lawyer in your area who practices in the area you need help with.
Time commitment: About five minutes.

.    Step 2: Learn something about the area of the law prior to meeting with the lawyer in order to get the most out of your visit with the lawyer. Requires a couple of clicks on the LLN site to access the online database of information.
Time commitment: About 30 minutes.

.    Step 3: Select a lawyer and call for an appointment. Repeat until happy with your choice.
Time commitment: Possibly several hours.

 

Conclusion.

Not only is using the Leading Lawyers Network much faster than doing it on your own, but the results are much more reliable because the opinions expressed are those of lawyers across the state rather than whomever you happened to talk to or reach on the phone. You have nothing to lose by trying Leading Lawyers Network. The best lawyers in the state are just a click away.


This IS NOT intended to be legal advice or in any way replace the advice and judgment of a licensed lawyer. Every case and situation is unique and only a licensed lawyer can offer legal advice which is appropriate for your situation