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FAQS about Hiring an Attorney at Nottage and Ward, LLP

Deciding to retain legal counsel can be a difficult decision, made even more complex when family is directly involved. At Nottage and Ward, LLP, we appreciate the weight that is associated with such decisions and understand the ramifications that often follow. That is why our firm is solely dedicated to family law in the Chicago area. By providing a strong and authoritative focus, our clients can rest assured knowing our firm has their family’s best interests and future squarely in mind. For more information on how to reach us and what an initial consultation entails, please contact us by calling (312) 332-2915 at your earliest convenience.

What is the first step towards hiring Nottage and Ward, LLP? Can I bring a friend or relative along for my meeting?

What can you help me with during my consultation?

Can I bring a friend or relative along for my meeting?

What should my role be during my initial consultation?

How long after my consultation do I have to decide if I'd like to hire Nottage and Ward, LLP?

What happens after I hire Nottage and Ward, LLP?


Q: What is the first step towards hiring Nottage and Ward, LLP? Can I bring a friend or relative along for my meeting?

A: The Chicago family law attorneys at Nottage and Ward, LLP can be contacted at (312) 332-2915 or here on our website through submission of a "Meet Us" contact form. You can schedule an appointment for an initial consultation about your specific family law matter in Illinois.

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Q: What can you help me with during my consultation?

A: As Chicago divorce lawyers who have focused exclusively on complex family law negotiation and litigation since 1988, we have seen it all and know that every person's case is different. During your first meeting with us, we will discuss the procedures applicable to your case and provide you with our assessment of the facts of your case.

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Q: Can I bring a friend or relative along for my meeting?

A: Yes, but it is important for you to be aware that if you bring a friend or relative to your meeting with us, the contents of our discussion will not be confidential. It's essential to have support in your life, but you may want to consider having the meeting with only the members of the firm.

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Q: What should my role be during my initial consultation?

A: We may not be the law firm you want to take on your case. Interview us. Make sure that we are the people you feel suit you and your situation. During your initial consultation, we will review the specifics of your situation and give you an outline of how we would advise you to proceed and what you could expect if you decide to go forward with us.

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Q: How long after my consultation do I have to decide if I'd like to hire Nottage and Ward, LLP?

A: Our lawyers would never want to be pressured or rushed into a major decision that requires a good amount of thought and assessment, so we want the same for those who come to us seeking help. However, some decisions have to be made swiftly. We do want you to know that the sooner such an intricate issue as child custody, adoption, property division, or another major matter relating to divorce, is dealt with, the better your chances are of gathering the appropriate information and reaching a positive solution.

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Q: What happens after I hire Nottage and Ward, LLP?

A: After you hire our Chicago divorce law firm, the journey towards achieving a secure financial future and sound mind begins. We will work tirelessly and efficiently on your case to ensure the best outcome, but we need you to play your part. Be upfront and honest with us, and we will do the same. We understand that this is an emotional time. That is why we are here to provide you with a rational answer and exit strategy so that you can start your life anew after divorce or another family law issue.

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Leslie has been the strongest representation I could ask for in a very complicated, emotional matter. She has continuously looked out for my best interest and the best interest of my son. She is always prompt in getting back to me and in keeping me well informed about my case.
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