1. Access Your Client Portal
If you have signed a legal agreement for services, you will soon receive an email asking you to set up your MyCase Client Portal. Please be sure to set up your account, and familiarize yourself with the platform as it will be our main source of communication through this process. If you are an iPhone or Android user, you can also download the MyCase phone application so you can make your case mobile!
2. Save the Firm's Contact Information
In your Client Portal, you will receive more informaiton on how to best contact your attorney during the pendency of your case. Please make sure to save that information, and don't be afraid to reach out!
3. Complete Your Client Questionnaires & Worksheets
To begin your case, we will need some vital information. After you set up your Client Portal, you will be sent one or more Client Questionnaires, Worksheets, and Forms to complete. It is imperitave that you answer each and every question, even if it is repetative. By giving your attorney all of your information up front, you will assist her and make it easier for her to move your case forward.
4. Send Requested Documents
You might also be asked to send some requested documents to your attorney. Please be sure to scan these documents and not take pictures of each page. If you do not have access to a scanner, you can download a free scanning app on your phone to easily convert your pictures to a PDF format. Once you have scanned in your documents, you can choose to upload the documents to your Client Portal, email your documents to your attorney, or fax the documents to the office. If you do not have access to any of the above methods, you can also mail your doucments to the office's address.
5. Be Patient
It takes time to review your information, strategize, and create initial documents. Once we receive your completed forms and questionnaires, we will work swiftly to get your case filed. However, I want to emphasize that the legal process often takes longer than most people expect. This is due to a number of variables, but please know that we are diligently working on your case. You will be the first to receive updates regarding your case.
Use your Client Portal to securely access your case documents, view calendar events, message your attorney, and even make payments!
Review this PDF guide or video to learn about your Client Portal features.
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