Have you asked yourself any of the following:
- Where do I begin?
- Can I file on my own?
- Which forms do I use?
- What is fact vs. fear?
Option 1: Full Representation
At any phase of the legal process, you can receive full representation by an attorney at Jackson & Torrone. This gives you the peace of mind and comfort of knowing that each and every detail is being handled on your behalf to completion. No worrying about court deadlines and improper paperwork. No worrying about what the next step is, and if a proper record is being kept. Full representation by a Jackson & Torrone attorney provides you with advice when you need it, all documents prepared and filed when you need them, careful negotiation towards settlement when you need it and full preparation for trial if you need it. We work with you and for you so that you can rest easy knowing that your best interests are being cared for while you go about your daily life. If you wish to know more about how full legal representation can help you safeguard your best interests and give you peace of mind, contact any of the attorneys at Jackson & Torrone.
Option 2: Limited Assistance Representation
Limited Assistance Representation (“LAR”) is another way you can retain control of your legal process. The attorneys at Jackson & Torrone are specially trained in a Massachusetts program entitled “Limited Assistance Representation.” LAR allows you to hire a Jackson & Torrone attorney for certain portions of your court matter. For example, an attorney can draft your court documents and you can represent yourself at the court hearing; or an attorney can attend one key court hearing and you represent yourself for the remaining hearings. An attorney can also negotiate on your behalf, write a letter on your behalf and facilitate settlement out of court, without full representation in court. Our level of involvement in the matter is decided by you after consulting with a Jackson & Torrone attorney. If you are not sure you are ready for full legal representation and think LAR may be for you, contact Jackson & Torrone and see if we can help you with part of your case.