In order to prepare for your consultation, you should first complete and return any paperwork the firm sends to you. This might include a consultation agreement, an intake form, or a questionnaire.
You should also make sure to bring any paperwork relating to your case. For instance, you might be modifying a prior court order or you've already been served with papers. Make sure that you bring a copy of those documents to your consultation.
It can be hard for children to hear the information discussed in a consultation, and it can be hard for them to sit quietly for an hour or so. Be mindful of your children, and make every effort to find supervision during your consultation. Consultations run smoother and are more effective when the children remain at home.
Life happens. If you need to reschedule or cancel your consultation, please be sure to do so. You can call the office, reply to your confirmation email, or use our scheduling link.
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