Do Your Homework Before Meeting With a Lawyer

Do Your Homework Before Meeting With a Lawyer

No matter the type of your potential case, preparing a few items in advance of your meeting with a lawyer is usually very helpful.

1.  Chronology

Write a detailed version of your case story in time order – typically we refer to this as a chronology. Whereas when you telephone an attorney’s office and typically provide a brief summary version of the potential case, the chronology is an opportunity to document all the details.  Don’t just summarize meetings, conversations, etc. – be very specific and detailed in your account of the story and what happened. Because most of us like to read a story from start to finish – usually writing the chronology in time order is preferred

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Guest — Callie Marie
It is great advice to write out your story in chronological order to help you stay organized. I can only assume that legal proceed... Read More
Tuesday, 29 January 2019 13:43
Guest — Gregory Mitchell
Thanks for great advice.. I am also attorney and Chronology will really help to understood the case in detail.. I would like to sh... Read More
Friday, 17 May 2019 03:44
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