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Questions You Should Ask A Potential Attorney

Elder law is a particularly detailed and complicated area, and it can be confusing for those who have a pending case. Issues with estate management, probate disputes, Alzheimer’s disease, and more can be overwhelming, and you may need an experienced attorney to help you. But how do you find one in the huge city of Chicago? The attorneys of Peck Ritchey, LLC, know that asking certain questions when looking for a lawyer can be a great way to filter out attorneys to find the one that best suits your needs.

Questions to Ask

There are numerous questions you can ask a potential lawyer to help you gauge whether or not he or she will complement your needs. These questions help you determine the practices of an attorney before, during, after the case:

  • How many cases like mine have you argued? How many have you won?
  • What are your fees? Do your fees stay the same, win or lose?
  • What do you expect me to do during the case?
  • How do you handle enforcement of court orders?

The answers to these questions should give you a sense of a potential attorney’s fit for your needs. If you like the answers, asking more detailed questions can ensure that this attorney will work best with you on your case.

Contact an Elder Law Attorney in Chicago

If you or a loved one needs help with an elder law issue, contact the legal team of Peck Ritchey, LLC, today. Call our Chicago offices at (855) 328-5787 to learn how we may help from one of our knowledgeable elder law attorneys.