It is rather obvious that a legal services practitioner's ability to best serve the client is highly dependent on maintaining a positive, constructive, working relationship with the client in addition to being focused, diligent, detailed, organized, skilled, and knowledgeable on the area of law within which the client's matter falls.
In keeping with the goal of keeping focused on best serving the client, there are often many ways in which the client can also help the practitioner. These ideas include:
Saving Your Money
As legal services practitioners generally charge an hourly rate for their services, wise clients will endeavour to ensure that the time spent servicing the ...
Time Based Fees
For most cases, McEachern, de Mel charges time based fees for the work performed on a client matter with some exceptions where cases may be handled on a flat ...
Answer THE Question
By: Scott McEachern As a legal services provider, a commonly difficult and troublesome challenge is dealing with a client that can't/won't answer a direct ...
Watch the Clock
For most matters, legal services practitioners bill clients at an hourly rate. For simple legal issues, the hourly rate may be less than $100 an hour. ...