Consultation & Forms
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We're looking forward to your upcoming consultation with our legal team in Summerville. In order to make the most of your visit, we recommend you bring the following items to your meeting:
Please fill out the correct form below and bring it to your consultation with the attorney.
- Conservatorship & Guardianship FORM
- Criminal Law FORM
- Family & Domestic Law FORM
- Estate Planning FORM
- Personal Injury & Wrongful Death FORM
- Probate FORM
Probate & Family Law Consultations
Item #1: A List of Questions
Don’t be afraid to have a list of questions you would like to ask, we want to answer them all. This should include questions about your case, questions about the attorney you are considering hiring, potential costs of your family court matter and expected timelines.
Item #2: Financial Information
Your attorney will ultimately need things like pay stubs, tax returns and a list of assets and debts for all parties involved. Try to bring at least three months’ worth of pay-stubs and three years of tax returns from you and your spouse to the divorce consultation. Don't have access to these documents as they're in possession of the other spouse? Don't worry, we will help address this issue. Just bring what you have.
Item #3: Prenups, Birth Certificates, and Other Legal Documents
Legal paperwork that relates to your marriage can be incredibly useful in your consult. Examples include prenuptial agreements, birth certificates or birth information for children, and documents from any prior legal proceedings involving your spouse or children.
Item #4: Evidence You Need Reviewed
Perhaps you have incriminating videos, photos, letters, or social media posts that relate to your marriage and divorce. If so, it's important to bring those to your consult so that the attorney can advise you on what role they will play in how the case moves forward and can advise you on what further evidence might be required.
Criminal Defense Consultations
Item #1: A List of Questions
Just like a consultation for probate and family law, you need to bring a list of important questions that you want to ask our legal professionals.
Item #2: Court Documents
The following are court documents you need to bring to your consultation:
- The criminal complaint or indictment
- Any documents you've received showing the case number, the assigned judge, and what court the case is in
- Papers or notices with your next court date on them
- Copies of any motions that have been filed in the case
- Police reports related to the incident
Item #3: Evidence
If you have evidence in any form related to the charges against you or your loved one, please bring it to the consultation if possible. If evidence is to be provided by third parties, please come prepared with their contact information.
You should try to schedule your consultation at a time when you won't be rushed. While fitting a consult in during your lunch hour might seem like a great idea, you want to make sure you have plenty of time to get all of your questions answered and fully understand your options.
Set Up Your Consultation Today
We're looking forward to meeting you during your consultation. Should you have any questions about your appointment, please call us in advance so we can make sure you're fully prepared. We will use our years of experience and knowledge of the law to protect your best interests,