Civil law commonly refers to the various areas of law involving private affairs and disputes involving people and/or businesses. The following is a short list of the type of matters associated with civil law:
- Landlord/Tennant Disputes
- Consumer Disputes
- Commercial and Business Disputes
- Employment Disputes
- Family, Divorce, Child Support, and Custody Issues
Good civil lawyers are able to correctly diagnose the client’s legal concern, clearly articulate and describe the legal issues to the client, and offer strategies and recommendations for solutions.
What We Do As Civil Lawyers
At Walker & Chambers, we understand that being entangled in long-lasting legal disputes is not the best use of time, money, and emotional energy for most people and businesses. We have also learned that well-informed clients tend to make better decisions even in the midst of difficult times such as business disputes, lawsuits, family disputes.
The Initial Consultation: We start all new client engagements with an initial consultation where we do our best to accurately articulate and describe the client’s legal problem so that the client has clarity about the problem they are facing. Then, we provide options, strategies, and recommendations for addressing the legal problem. Our goal by the conclusions of the initial consultation is to give the client sufficient information to make a well-informed decision about what should be done to address their legal problem.
The initial consultations fee $225.
Retained Matters: If the client decides to hire us to implement the recommended strategy for solving their legal problem, we move forward with our best efforts to deliver excellent and cost-effective legal services. We do this by setting out a clear plan and schedule for fulfilling specific tasks that are designed to reach the goal of solving the legal problem faced by the client. Our goal is to be real problem solvers.
If you need the help of an attorney to guide you through a civil matter, you’ve come to the right place. You don’t need to navigate the complex waters surrounding a civil dispute on your own. Just enlist the assistance of Walker & Chambers.