Each of us had to deal with the problem of search and selection, and we all know how difficult it is especially, if it concerns really serious things, such, for example, as search and a choice of the skilled lawyer or the lawyer.
In this situation, everyone, preoccupied with the choice, begins to ask others the same questions:
- Where can I find a good lawyer?
- How to find it?
- Can someone recommend a good lawyer or lawyer?
- How to distinguish a good lawyer from a bad one?
- How much does a good lawyer “cost”?
Questions, questions, questions
Well, sort of a lawyer found and selected. But for some reason, doubts reappear.
Does he have experience in such cases?
- Will he be able to provide real help in your complex case (hereditary, housing, criminal, family, arbitration, etc.)?
- Does he have connections and ideas that will help him in his work on the case?
- And finally, you signed a contract of assignment with your lawyer, but again restless thoughts appear in your head:
- Can anyone guarantee the responsibility and diligence of your spam text lawyers?
- What if he takes a new business, and forget about yours?
- Suddenly the lawyer will be sick, what will happen to the case?
- And what if the opponents in the case begin provocations against a lawyer … Can he resist: will he not be frightened, will he not agree to a bribe?
Does the lawyer have any real support and protection? And in general, does anyone control the work of a lawyer in the case?and new doubts.
In the process of working with a lawyer, and this process is usually quite long, after some time you again puzzled by questions.
- Why is the case delayed?
- Why do new difficulties arise?
- Why the lawyer does not call you every day and does not report on the results of your case?
You start to panic, it starts to seem to you that the lawyer is to blame for everything, and you made the wrong choice.
You want to ask someone: “Is my lawyer doing everything right?” but you do not know who. And if, moreover, you do not have a trusting relationship with him, then the idea of replacing a lawyer increasingly begins to come to you. But then new questions arise: who will be replaced and will this not cause damage to your business?
You know your questions are completely logical
These and other similar questions are quite natural. But those times have already passed when those who recommended a lawyer to you could answer them more or less objectively. Nowadays, there are no, and there can not be universal lawyers, equally well versed in all branches of law, because the legal framework has changed so much and expanded that it is physically impossible to study it all. And a lawyer who once helped your acquaintances to rescue a son from prison cannot equally well win a dispute in the arbitration process, or provide your business with qualified legal assistance.