We all have times in life when we need special help. Perhaps we face a crisis requiring immediate assistance from a cool-headed professional, or perhaps we need a caring friend and advisor to get us through a difficult family conflict. Maybe we just need to plan ahead, so our loved ones can continue their journey more easily after we have concluded ours.
All of these situations call for a unique kind of legal counsel -- an attorney who builds caring one-to-one relationships with her clients while working tirelessly to protect both their peace of mind and their rights under the law. That’s how I run my law practice, and that’s the kind of treatment my clients can expect when they engage my legal services.
No one attorney offers a perfect fit for everybody. You should choose a legal professional who communicates well with you as an individual and marshals the right skills and experience for your particular situation. You might even find that you benefit more from mediation than from legal proceedings.
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Cheryl Slack McGirr
- July 21st, 2016
Is giving up your rights better? Sometimes. Sometimes, it’s just better to give up something you’re legally entitled to. That doesn’t sound like what you’d expect a lawyer to say – but I’m saying it. And more lawyers should. There…
- July 7th, 2016
I wrapped up five Will Packages today. Each one was different from the others but they all achieve their goal – they will convey the client’s property where HE (or she as the case may be) wants it to go…
- December 2nd, 2015
I don’t say much about politics… …but I am so disturbed by this that I have to spread the word. I voted for Jana Duty in the last election. When she served as Williamson County Attorney, I had not…