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FAQ

What if you have met with the other party?

Then it is highly unlikely we can meet with you.

What are the client's responsibilities to the attorney?

Primarily they are to cooperate. If information or documents are needed from the client, the client must provide them. You may choose not to follow the advice of counsel, but as long as we are your counsel, we can not support actions or behaviors that impair the case. Deadlines with the court or those dictated by the Rules of the Supreme Court of Virginia, for example, must be met.

What are the attorney's responsibilities to the client?

Primarily to speak for you and look out for your best interests and the best interests of the case. This means that we will communicate with the opposing counsel, any third parties such as guardians ad litem, experts and the court on your behalf. Another key responsibility is to educate the client as noted above.

What Our Clients Say
   Kate moved the case...to a complete settlement quickly   

The other side of the divorce case wanted Kate to be the mediator. We accepted, and Kate moved the case from a complete impasse to a complete settlement quickly. The last part took the involvement of counsel as well, but that part was done quickly and efficiently, with a definitive result. I'd do it again.

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