Friday, April 15, 2011

Q&A When Looking for an Elder Law Attorney

Ask lots of questions before selecting an Elder Law or Special Needs Law attorney. You don't want to end up spending time and resources with an attorney who can't help you. Start with an initial phone or email correspondence. You may speak with a secretary, receptionist or office manager during the initial call or before you actually meet with the attorney. If so, ask this individual pertinent questions regarding the attorney's practice. Suggested questions are provided below

  • How long has the attorney been in practice?
  • Does his/her practice focus on a particular area of law?
  • How long has he/she focused on the particular area of law?
  • What percentage of his/her practice is devoted to Elder Law or Special Needs Law? 
  • Is there a fee for the first consultation with the attorney, and if so, how much is it?
  • Given the nature of your case, what specific information/documentation should you bring to the initial consultation?


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