Frequently Asked Questions
Real property legal expertise when real property matters.
1. What are your areas of real estate practice?
2. What areas of real property law do you NOT cover?
3. What holidays do you take?
4. I have a couple of questions. Can I speak to an attorney for just a minute?
Short answer is no. Real property-related legal problems are grounded in individual facts. In order for an Attorney to responsibly answer your question, your individual set of facts need to be understood and analyzed in light of pertinent law in order to arrive at a sound legal conclusion. Macomber Law offers a 45-minute consultation so you may discuss your legal situation with an attorney in a no-pressure environment (see #10 below).
5. Do you work on contingency?
6. How much do you charge?
7. What do I do if I can’t afford an attorney?
8. Does Macomber Law take payments?
9. Do you create conveyance deeds?
10. Can you solve my legal problem with a stern or threatening letter?
Sternly worded letters unsupported by facts and law are usually disregarded by opposing parties. Sternly worded letters supported by facts and law that offer solutions can lead to problem resolution. However, because legal analysis is required to produce these more effective letters, they are more expensive to produce. Macomber Law does not threaten legal action unsupported by facts and law.
11. Why do you offer a 45-minute no-charge consultation?
This is your opportunity to get to know us and our opportunity to get to know you in a low-stress environment. If your legal issue is within our area of practice, we will give you a basic understanding of the structure of the law and some possibilities for how to approach problem resolution. Additionally, you will learn what to expect if you hire us. You are under no obligation to contract with us and we are under no obligation to accept your legal matter.
12. How do I hire Macomber Law?
Call the office at 866-511-1500 to make an office or telephone appointment. Be prepared with a list of people and companies involved so we can conduct a conflict of interest check. A signed Fee Agreement and Advance Fee are required before we can begin work.
13. What should I bring to the first appointment?
If you are visiting our office, you can bring relevant paperwork, including a timeline of events and applicable maps, although it is not necessary.