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Scope. During the initial consultation, we will identify the type of case you have, the key issues, and the options you may have. We will use our best eﬀorts to respond to your questions involving your legal issue; however, by signing below, you acknowledge that we may not know the speciﬁc answers to your questions without doing further research. We will also discuss whether the ﬁrm will represent you, what the representation could involve, and the fee required.
Fee. We charge a ﬂat fee for an initial consultation not to exceed one hour or for a case evaluation and legal opinion.
Additional Services. If the Prospective Client decides to retain the Firm, the Prospective Client and Firm will sign a new written Agreement that outlines the Firm's responsibilities in the Prospective Client’s case. The Prospective Client will pay the fees for the additional services.
Right to Seek Advice of Other Counsel. The Prospective Client has the right to ask another attorney for advice and professional services at any time during or following this Agreement.
Electronic Mail. The Firm uses electronic mail (email), which may not be secure communication. If you use a work computer to send emails, your employer may have access to those emails.
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