What should I look for when choosing a lawyer?
So you’re looking for a lawyer, huh? There is a lot that goes into choosing a lawyer. Get some insider tips (from an actual lawyer) on not just how to find a lawyer, but how to choose a good lawyer and find the RIGHT lawyer for you.
The lawyer will be helping you solve your problems, so the first qualification is that you must feel comfortable enough to tell him or her, honestly and completely, all the facts necessary to resolve your problem. No one you listen to and nothing you read will be able to guarantee that a particular lawyer will be the best for you; you must judge that for yourself.
Choosing a Lawyer: How to Find a Lawyer & How to Choose a GOOD Lawyer
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About Marcia A Greeley
Current Employment Position(s)
- Title 100%
- Massachusetts, 1990
- Saevits & Brown, P, C., Attorney, 1991 – 1995
- Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Massachusetts, 1990
- Stonehill College, North Easton, Massachusetts, 1980