Finding the Right Family Law Lawyer for Your Needs
Most of my clients are going through some personal or
physical health related events that allow them to
honestly say that they are going through either the
worst or one of the worst times in their lives. That
much is a given. Typically I know that much is true
even before we are holding much of a conversation.
I have represented doctors lawyers professional athletes and high level government employees. I have also represented people of many different backgrounds from many different countries as well as the very rich the very poor and the famous as well as the infamous. I have helped people to pay for houses and cars and to pay for their kids to
I take the fact that most all of my business is either from word of mouth referrals from past clients or from others lawyers sending potential clients my way to mean that I have helped some people out in their time of need. I try my best to be the type of lawyer that I would go to myself the lawyer that I would send my friends and family members to without any hesitation. If you want a lawyer who will care more about you and your particular legal situation than how your entire check account balance will fit into their quarterly profit margin then you might ought to give my office a call today.
Although I do initially provide free telephone
consultations on domestic relations or general civil
litigation cases I typically will need to meet with you
on a discounted but paid consultation for about 2 hours
in order for me to understand your situation respond to
your questions and to make my professional
recommendations. Thereafter I will set a retainer based
on what you want and need to have done. On personal
injury cases those cases are generally done on a
contingency fee basis and I do not charge for in-office
consultations in those cases.
When we get to meet I will discuss your immediate
legal concerns tell you what I think and together we
can formulate a plan of action during the conduct of
which I will hopefully be honored for you to permit me
to call you "my client".
Mark F. Milhollin