• Q – Will it cost me anything to talk to the attorney about my problem, issue or legal needs?

    A – Usually not. Initial consultations are free of charge on most cases in most areas of law. Certain areas of law require an initial consultation fee due to the nature of the area of law and necessity for the attorney to provide in-depth advice at the initial consultation stage.

  • Q – If you take my case, is the full fee required to be paid up-front, at the beginning of the case?

    A – This also depends on the are of law and the type of case. In some types of cases, our firm does not charge a fee up front, but instead is paid from the proceeds of the lawsuit when attorney settles the case or succeeds at trial. In other cases, a one-time, flat fee is required at the beginning of the case. In certain other cases, arrangements may be made to pay the fee over time as the case proceeds through the legal process.

  • Q – What forms of payment are accepted?

    A – Our firm accepts cash, check, Visa, Mastercard and most debit cards.

  • Q – What types of criminal and civil cases are you willing to take?

    A – Please refer to the “Areas of Practice” link on the menu bar of this website for a list of the types of cases and areas of law practiced by this firm.

  • Q – What do I need to bring with me to my initial consultation?

    A – Bring with you to your initial consultation any document(s), item(s), evidence or paperwork that you feel is in any way related to your case and could help the attorney better understand your unique case.

  • Q – May I have my initial consultation by telephone.

    A – Yes, if totally necessary. Due to the detailed nature and unique nature of each case, the attorney prefers to see all clients in person – especially for the intial consultation.

  • Q – When I speak to the attorney will any of the information or facts that I discuss be shared with a third party or reported to anyone?

    A – NO. Every subject or fact and all information discussed with our attorney is held in complete confidence and will not be shared or reported with any third party without your express permission.

  • Q – If I am arrested for a crime and I am in the country without documentation, do I have any rights and is there anything that can be done in my defense?

    A – YES. All individuals located in the United States have rights. The faster you hire our firm to represent you in such a situation the easier it is for our attorney to represent you and effectively work to protect your rights.

  • Q – If I am located in the United States without documentation, do I have a legal right to file a lawsuit against a person or entity that has injured me or owes me money?

    A – YES. The fact that a person is in the country illegally or without proper documentation does not prevent him/her from filing a law suit if the need arises.

  • Q – If I am injured at my job and am in the country without documentation, do I have the right to seek compensation from my employer?

    A – YES. The fact that a person is in the country illegally or without proper documentation does not prevent him/her from seeking compensation for injuries that occurred while at work. 

  • Q – If I am in the country illegally or without documentation and I wish to consult with the attorney about helping me with my immigration status, will government authorities be notified? Should I fear arrest or deportation because of speaking to the attorney about my immigration case?

    A – NO. Your communications with the attorney about your immigration case are completely confidential. The attorney will provide you with an honest assessment of your immigrant rights without reporting your immigration status to any person or government entity.