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Why we use an answering service

Why we use an answering service

We are proud to announce Tara Pool as our new partner at Lion Legal Services. Tara oversees the general management of the firm. She consistently shows leadership, strength, good judgement and compassion in her…

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Our new partner: Danielle Hasty

Our new partner: Danielle Hasty

We are proud to announce Tara Pool as our new partner at Lion Legal Services. Tara oversees the general management of the firm. She consistently shows leadership, strength, good judgement and compassion in her…

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I’ve hired you. What happens next?

I’ve hired you. What happens next?

We are dedicated to the concept that how it FEELS is equally as important as the winning results we obtain for our clients. This is being client-oriented. Being client-oriented means being process-oriented, so we are consistent and always do what we say we will do. We...

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What should I be doing?

What should I be doing?

What you SHOULD be doing Document everything.  No matter the type of case or if you think it’s “uncontested.”  Get a journal. Write down Dates, times, texts, emails, pictures, whatever happened, who said what and when.  Do not email your attorney and/or paralegal the...

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What is reasonable communication?

What is reasonable communication?

 Why email? Email is our primary form of communication for several reasons: It is more efficient. We can respond to emails while waiting for court, but not take a phone call, for example. It allows us to respond faster and at times where a call would not be feasible –...

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What is the first stage of litigation?

What is the first stage of litigation?

Sometimes the first stage is the only stage In some types of cases, the first fee is ALL you will EVER pay to complete your matter. These are criminal defense, orders of protection, appeals, contract reviews, administrative agency matters, real estate transactions,...

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What is formal discovery?

What is formal discovery?

We estimate 60% of all cases settle in the First Stage of litigation.  When your case is at a standstill – negotiations have stalled, for whatever reason, and your 1st stage of litigation is complete, the next step is usually to engage in the formal discovery process....

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What is the second stage of litigation?

What is the second stage of litigation?

The second stage of litigation is also called the Middle Stage The Middle Stage is when the case has not settled and additional services are needed. The Middle Stage of Litigation is a catch-all stage. Many different services could be needed. Not every service is...

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What is a preparation appointment?

What is a preparation appointment?

Preparation is 90% of winning! 90% of winning in the courtroom is what you do before you get there. So, consistent with our Lion Values, we always prepare well ahead of time for any court appearances. We automatically schedule a preparation appointment for...

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What is a temporary hearing?

What is a temporary hearing?

Temporary Hearings The discovery process and getting to a final trial is a long process - several months. So, we can also schedule a temporary hearing while we work on the formal discovery process and toward a final resolution of the matter. A temporary hearing is a...

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