Let’s be honest—no one wants to need an attorney, but sometimes you do. Needing an attorney and not hiring one or hiring one too late could cost you time, money, or even your freedom. Here are 5 things to consider when choosing an attorney:
If your employment matter has not been resolved to your satisfaction and has progressed to the stage where you have retained a private attorney you will need to work with your lawyer to try to obtain the best outcome possible. Communication is the key to achieving this shared goal. Let’s be honest, most experienced employment lawyers are extremely busy. So, communication needs to be thorough, concise and effective in order to ensure that you and your attorney have a good working relationship founded on mutual trust and respect.
Here are 5 tips on how and when to talk to your employment attorney: