Why Should You Hire The Law Office of John FitzGerald?
Here's the thing, if you're like me, you don't hire a law office, you hire a person. My advice is, if you know a lawyer speak to that person. If they can't help you maybe they can at least steer you in the right direction. Of course, if you don't know a lawyer personally and think you need one, you must choose from the myriad numbers available, perhaps limited only by state and specialization. That's a very broad category, and the one I fall into, but it at least puts me on somewhat equal footing with other virtual strangers. From there it becomes a process of elimination. If you've committed a crime, or want a divorce, or need a patent, for example, that rules a lot of lawyers out, including me. But what if you just need a lawyer to help you figure something out, and what if that “something” is that you don't really need a lawyer after all? What if you don't need an “estate” lawyer so much as say, a renter's lawyer, or a poet's lawyer, or a household lawyer? What if you just need the lawyer next door? I'm here to answer your questions.
Do You Need A Lawyer At All?
Hopefully not. Let's face it, these days, virtually all law can be found online from the comfort of your own home if you're willing to spend the time and pay the price. While expensive subscriptions would be required to gain access to “all” law, more than any individual should ever need is available free to those willing to Google it, and it is absolutely all free to anyone willing to go to the law library.
Of course, you can look up how to fix your car or rewire your home as well. But even the staunchest DIYer is not below taking tips from the guy at Motor Depot or Wires “R” US to pick up a trick of the trade here and there. And if you're bent on self-surgery, maybe advice from a doctor could prove useful after relying on suture techniques learned on YouTube from the Rambo School of Medicine.
Plus, just because caselaw and statutes and regs are available online, do you really want to read them? I do. Do you feel like drafting a memorandum of points and authorities, or motion for summary judgement? Do you know what it means to Shepardize? Those are the kinds of thing I do. Professionally, for twenty-five years. And there is something to be said for experience. I've practiced in State and Federal courts and before administrative agencies and arbitrators.
I can help you decide which course of action best serves your interests.
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