Many lawyers offer free consultations as a way of getting potential clients in the door. Robert Good offers a reduced-rate consultation in family law matters (e.g. divorce, custody, parenting time), but not a free consultation. The reason Robert Good charges for this consultation is because the advice and guidance the potential client receives during this initial meeting is actually quite valuable. In many cases, the questions clients have about their legal matters can be answered during this consultation, and there is no need to hire the attorney for legal representation. With the phrase “you get what you pay for” in mind, you can rest assured that what you get during a (not free) consultation with Robert Good will be of great value.
Many lawyers seem to offer a free consultation. Why does Robert Good charge for his?
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