How do I know whether or not I need a lawyer?

You don’t know until you’ve consulted one.  The first phone call to an attorney is free and should give you enough insight and information to determine for yourself whether or not you would like an attorney.

About how long should I expect my case to last?

This depends on the parties involved- how quickly they respond and what information is needed.  Finding court time within a county’s court schedule is also a factor.

What exactly does a ‘phone conference’ entail/mean?

This is simply a telephone call between you and your attorney where the attorney either provides you with legal advice or the options you have with your issue.

Am I expected to pay upfront?

Well, yes. Give us a call for more information.

Estate Planning Primer – The Revocable Trust

Not as well known as a Will, Revocable Trusts have become, in many ways, the most important document of all when creating and structuring an estate plan. If the Will is the foundation of your estate plan, then the Trust represents the walls and passageways, securing...

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Estate Planning Primer – Why You Need A Simple Will

Of all the documents that constitute a typical estate plan, the Will is by far the most recognized. There are several different types of Wills, and today’s focus is on a basic or “simple” Will. You may have a general sense of how a Will works and why it’s important....

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Welcome to the blog at McCarthy Legal Group LLC. In the coming days and weeks expect further updates and entries discussing aspects of the various areas of law in which our team of attorneys practice. If you take a moment to explore our website, you will see that our...

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