What To Expect When Meeting With An Attorney

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When meeting with an attorney, an individual can expect to obtain legal guidance as it pertains to their individual case and situation. Whether you are seeking guidance on a divorce, estate planning, bankruptcy, a criminal matter, or any other situation, you can expect to meet with a knowledge attorney at Bononi & Company that focuses on the area of law you need assistance with. 

We recognize that each case is unique and because of this, each consultation is unique. 

In most cases the first consultation is utilized for the client and attorney to get to know one another, and a chance for the client to provide valuable information to the attorney that may be needed moving forward. It is also a chance for the client to discuss with the attorney their case at length, and for the attorney to provide legal advice and options to the client along with what a timeline for their case may look like. 

Initial consultations are also a time to discuss retainer agreements, fees and to discuss additional information or documents a client may need to obtain for the attorney prior to proceeding. 

It is helpful for a client to bring with them to the consult any documentation pertaining to the matter they are seeking legal advice, including any legal paperwork they may already have. 

At Bononi & Company, we are hopeful that by the time you leave the office, you are feeling much more prepared to face your case knowing you have a team of attorneys behind you.


If you have any questions about the topic discussed in this article, please give us a call at Bononi & Company 724-832-2499.


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