One of the most important services we provide to potential clients is the initial consultation. During your consultation, we can review your paperwork and evidence, in addition to answering any questions you might have. We get enough information from you to understand your unique situation, desires, and goals from our representation. The information-gathering process allows us to give you customized advice.
There is a flat $350 fee to consult with Managing Attorney Regina I. Edwards in person for one hour. She also offers a 25 minute phone consultation for $125.
Please feel free to upload any documentation that would assist us in our consultation. In fact, if a case is filed, it is imperative that we review all the filed documents prior to your consultation. The consultation is YOUR time, so the better prepared you are, the more we can help you.
We will perform an initial analysis, and inform you of the strengths and weaknesses of the case. There will be weaknesses in your case, and we will always be upfront and honest about your case’s weaknesses and will brainstorm strategies to either repair or mitigate those flaws long before the case arrives in court. To find out what to bring to your consultation, consult this page. If you are considering retaining Edwards Family Law, the consultation process is an opportunity for you to become acquainted with our professional staff, who will assist you throughout your case.
The consultation always remains confidential, even if you do not retain us. In addition, if your spouse or opposing party contacts us at any time in the future, they will be informed that we cannot provide any services to them. Please feel free to inquire at any time during or after the consultation about the costs of any future representation. Every case is unique, and as a result, attorney’s fees can vary greatly from case to case. We are not able to give you an estimate of costs until we sit down with you, review your paperwork, and listen to your story. We pledge to always give a candid analysis of what the costs of your case might be.