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When you need an attorney, navigating the legal system can seem daunting and overwhelming at times. It’s crucial to create a relationship with an attorney who focuses on your needs and puts your priorities first. You may think of hiring a big law firm, however, here are 7 advantages why a smaller law firm will better meet your needs:

  1. Designated & dedicated attorney

The chances of your case getting passed around to multiple attorneys at a larger law firm is almost certain to happen. In some larger firms, your case may be handled by different attorneys depending on the stage of the case.

Your case deserves to be handled with care and at The Fletcher Law Practice, your case will be with a designated attorney that you can trust. You can have faith that the intricacies of your case will be known, discussed, and handled with care.

  1. Personalization

You should expect your case to be the firm’s focus. The disadvantage of hiring a larger firm is that your case is just a number. The quicker the larger firm can move your case along, the quicker they can focus on the next one in line.

When you are represented by a smaller firm, your attorney gets to know you and understand what your case needs so that you can receive the maximum benefit. Smaller law firms can give you the one-on-one attention that you should expect in hiring a firm to handle your case.

  1. Better relationships, better service

In choosing an attorney, you are trusting someone to protect your interests. You want to ensure that the attorney you hire gets to know you as well as your case and advocates to the fullest for you.

  1. Communication

Nothing is more frustrating than getting no response or an automated response these days. With a larger firm, the chances of you speaking with a legal assistant more than your attorney is a real possibility. Waiting longer than you would like for a call back from an attorney is another problem that could arise if you hire a larger firm.

By hiring a smaller law firm, your attorney knows this is a stressful time in your life and communication is crucial to help ease any tension. You can, and should, expect excellent attorney-client communication as you navigate your legal case.

  1. Your case is always important

Whether your case is big or small, you will be treated with respect, dignity, and care. By choosing a smaller firm, the proper time and attention will be devoted to your case. A smaller firm knows the importance of each case and your case will not be one of the hundreds like at a larger firm.

  1. More time to focus on you

A larger firm means a higher volume of cases, which means less time dedicated and focused on your case. This scenario runs the risk of your case not being thoroughly prepared to best suit your needs.

Your case needs time to be reviewed, discussed, and analyzed so that you can receive the maximum benefit. By hiring a smaller firm, you will have an attorney who will be able to fight your case in the manner that it should be fought.

  1. Passion for its clients

In hiring Fletcher & Fletcher, you are hiring an attorney with a strong work ethic and attention to detail. You’re hiring an attorney who will get to know you, give your case the personal attention it deserves, and who will help you navigate the daunting legal system.

Your case is important and your life is precious. You deserve an attorney who realizes this. We look forward to building a relationship with you and fighting for your case! Call us now for a free consultation!

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