The Macomber Law Way
At Macomber Law, the client always comes first. That's why your Macomber Law experience starts with our initial, no charge consultation where you get to know us in a no-pressure atmosphere.
During your consultation, you learn about the structure of the law pertaining to your concern and whether you have a legal issue. If you decide to become a client, a signed Advance Fee Agreement and advance fee are required. (An advance fee is money held in a trust account in anticipation of legal fees that will be charged against it. We do not take Retainers.)
Macomber Law will produce a Legal Opinion Letter describing your legal matter, legal options, and our best legal advice regarding your path forward. The beauty of the Legal Opinion Letter is that, before you've committed to a course of action, you have the information to make an informed choice, including the option of doing nothing. By hiring Macomber Law to research the application of the law to your fact scenario, you gain a partner in resolving your matter in the way that best suits you.
Step 1: No Charge Appointment
Learn the structure of the law. Learn whether you have a legal matter and where your matter fits into the law. If you choose to move to Step 2, a signed Advance Fee Agreement and advance fee are necessary.
Step 2: Legal Opinion Letter
Macomber Law produces a written Legal Opinion Letter outlining your legal matter, options, and strategy, usually within three weeks.
Step 3: Beyond the Legal Opinion
If you decide to pursue your matter beyond the Legal Opinion, know that you are in charge of your matter. Your opinion will be sought when decisions are needed, you will receive copies of all documents, and you will be apprised of all outcomes. As representatives of your legal interest, Macomber Law attorneys are held to high standards and will act to enhance your legal standing.
Finally, monthly invoices are issued the first of the month including line-item descriptions for each charge. Every effort is made to keep your legal fees reasonable.
Call 866-511-1500 for a 45-minute, no charge consultation.