Any legal proceeding, whether a civil dispute or a criminal allegation can have a serious impact on your life, security and family. Whether you are seeking a lawyer to protect your rights in a divorce or dissolution, are in need of a strategic advocate in municipal court or are interested in planning for your financial future, the Hunnell Law Firm prides itself on offering service and advocacy you can rely on. Toward that end, the Hunnell Law Firm, LLC has chosen to limit our practice areas to ensure the ability to balance aggressive advocacy with a thorough knowledge of the most up to date case law in the limited number of practice areas.
Picking the "right" attorney for you.
No matter what type of attorney you are looking to hire, divorce, family law, civil, or criminal, there are several important considerations to ensure that you pick the right attorney for you and your needs. There are Five Essential Considerations Before Hiring Any Attorney:
1. First, determine what your needs are; do you even need an attorney?
2. Does the attorney understand your needs and the law related to your legal matter?
3. How does the attorney bill for his/her work and are there different billing options?
4. Be clear with the attorney about your expectations and goals for concluding your case.
5. Does the attorney understand your expectations and are you comfortable that the attorney will be able to meet them?
Why Hire the Hunnell Law Firm?
At the Hunnell Law, we implement the team approach, which ensures that your case is handled expeditiously and efficiently. We are well aware that the lack of information and client contact greatly increases the stress and trauma associated with your legal matters. An important aspect of ensuring your peace of mind is regular communications and information sharing. With this in mind, we have provided an informational roadmap entitled, What Can I Expect During my Divorce. While you browse this site, please understand that all of the information provided is intended only for informational purposes and is not intended to be a substitute for legal advice. Please contact the office directly to discuss your particular needs and the specific facts related to your case.
We have also provided a number of resource links for your convenience, and in the hopes to provide you with a "one stop shop" for your informational needs.