While there are a lot of legal needs you can tackle yourself, sometimes you need help or information from an attorney. It's important to find a lawyer who's easy to work with and who will help you without breaking the bank. Learn how to find that lawyer and what to do to ensure a good lawyer-client relationship.
The attorney-client privilege protects almost all confidential communications between lawyers and their clients.
Depending on your legal issue, you may be able to find help from a government agency or nonprofit organization.
How to Find an Excellent Lawyer
Follow these steps to find a good lawyer to help you with your legal issue.
Understand lawyer fees when seeking legal advice from an attorney.
What You Should Expect From a Lawyer
If you're dissatisfied with your lawyer, this article will help you determine whether your complaints are reasonable.
What to Do When You're Mad at Your Lawyer
Here are some strategies designed to get results from a less than helpful lawyer.
Suing Your Lawyer for Malpractice
When a lawyer screws up, you might want to sue, but proving malpractice isn't easy.
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Attorney Fees: Does the Losing Side Have to Pay?
The winning side usually has to pay its own attorney's fees. Exceptions include contract provisions or statutory laws requiring the losing side to pay attorneys' fees.
How do I find a lawyer who'll work on contingency?
Learn how to find a lawyer who'll work on contingency.