A consultation lets you find out if we are right for you
Choosing an attorney to represent you in a family law or criminal proceeding is a decision that should not be made lightly. And while we hope that you have a sense of who we are, there is no substitute for personal contact. That is why we offer people an opportunity to speak to an attorney about their legal issues without any obligation or pressure. We value this consultation as a chance to learn about your situation and determine what we as attorneys can do for you. And because we work so closely with our clients at Intermountain Legal, we also consider it an important chance for you to determine if our approach is what you are looking for in a law firm.
How to prepare for your consultation
Getting the most out of your consultation does require some preparation on your part. First, it is important to understand and be able to communicate the facts of your case. This includes gathering any documents you may have. Depending on your precise legal issue, the information that is relevant may vary. In most family law cases, financial information such as your income and access to assets is important. Information about your children is also important in custody and visitation matters. While it is not necessary to have everything for your initial consultation, the more information you have, the better able we are to determine how we can help you.
In preparing for a consultation, it is also important for you to give serious consideration to your goals and priorities concerning your legal issue. We are here to fight for your interests. But we may also need to work with you to reconcile your expectations with the realities of your legal situation. Whether you are considering divorce, hoping to establish custody of a minor child or seeking support or alimony, our approach may vary greatly depending on what you hope to achieve through the family law process. As attorneys, it is very important for us to understand what you expect. It provides us with a good starting point for determining whether we can help and whether our practice is compatible with your expectations.
Call the firm for a consultation today
By taking the time to meet with potential clients in person, we decide how we can help you achieve your goals for the best possible outcome. Call our office today at 801-990-4200 or contact us online to schedule a free 30-minute attorney consultation for criminal defense matters or a flat rate of $50 for family law matters.
Intermountain Legal is located in Salt Lake City, UT and serves clients throughout all of Northern and Central Utah including Salt Lake City, Midvale, Sandy, West Jordan, North Salt Lake, Bountiful, South Jordan, Clearfield, Woods Cross, Draper, Farmington, Centerville, Layton, Ogden, Lehi, Provo, Orem, Park City and the counties of Davis, Salt Lake, Weber, Utah, Tooele and Summit.