What does a “hands on” attorney do?

Its a Friday afternoon, and I have spent most of the day meeting with clients, preparing files for upcoming closings, reviewing short sale files, getting ready for court Monday morning and making sure everything is running smoothly.  In other words, a typical day.  The one place that I am not is out for a three hour lunch or an early tee time on the golf course.

One thing that our office does, and does very well is get things done.  When you decide to employ the services of any attorney, its important to know if they will be there to help you through a closing or other matter.

Larger firms are know for passing off their clients to either their assistants or other less experienced attorneys.  Our office takes a “hands on” approach to each file.  If you have had a less than pleasant experience with a law office or title company, its is most likely because you did not go to the right place.  If you are looking for a professional office with a “hands on” approach, give us a call.  We will be happy to help.


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