How To Choose a Lawyer
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No sooner have you been asked to ask us questions about justice than the first one arrived in our mailbox: “How to choose a lawyer?”. Vast … and delicate subject …   This is not really a surprise because this question is very often put to the magistrates by their relatives, their friends, their neighbors … And we understand that the one who feels that he will have to participate in a judicial procedure first wonders on which criteria to choose a lawyer. It is certainly not easy, when you open a directory and discover dozens or, for the largest cities, hundreds of names, know how to guide his choice on one lawyer rather than another.

The personal relationship

  Judicial proceedings can stop even before the passage before the judge, by an arrangement sometimes preferable to a trial. But a procedure can last just as many years: months before the decision of the  first instance, months to come before the Court of Appeal, and many more months in case of cassation appeal. And if it cancels the judgment of the Court of Appeal, you will have to go to another court of appeal, a neighboring region. In short, a procedure can last for years, which means that meetings with your lawyer can be very numerous. Family law solicitors Manchester is a good law farm

The first condition for this long course of the fighter is at best is that establishes a relationship of full trust between you and your lawyer. You must feel comfortable with him, go to his appointments without hesitation or fear, be convinced that nothing is hidden from you, that everything is done in the greatest clarity. In short, your lawyer should be someone you feel comfortable with.

Family law solicitors ManchesterThat’s why the right lawyer for one person may not be appropriate for another. Hence a necessary caution when a loved one advises you. Because it is not because this loved one, with his personality and expectations, has created a relationship of trust with a lawyer that it will be the same for you. In other words, never choose a lawyer on the sole advice of a third party. Only after one or more prior meetings can you decide to seek such or such a lawyer. And, of course, you always have to go to at least two before engaging in legal proceedings. To then make a real choice.

During these preliminary meetings, test your interlocutor. Ask him many questions about his area of ​​expertise, his experience, his way of designing the procedure and so on. And watch carefully how he responds to you.

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