If I am thinking about hiring Robert Good as my attorney, what do I need to do?

Pick up the phone and call our Ashland office and schedule an appointment, or fill out the contact form on the website and we will call or email you the same business day to set up your appointment. We will first do a conflicts check to make sure we have not represented an adverse party to you (e.g. your spouse) previously. At your first appointment, or “consultation,” we will have you fill out a one-page new client information and fee agreement form and then you will see Mr. Good. The two of you will discuss your case and both of you will determine if you are a good match as client and attorney. If you are, you will discuss exactly what Mr. Good will do for you in your case, how much time it will take and how much it will cost, and what you need to do to get your case started and retain Bob. Typically we will ask for a “retainer,” which is a fee that you will pay to “retain” Mr. Good as your lawyer. This will be used to get your case started and pay whatever filing fees may be required. We accept cash, checks and credit cards. Even though the office is in Ashland, Bob sees clients from Medford, all around the Rogue Valley, and beyond.

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