Susquehanna County, PA general practice lawyers offer clients a complete set of services designed to handle many types of legal issues. Susquehanna County general practice lawyers can often be compared to your family doctor. They are considered a trusted professional and confidant can provide you with the legal advice you need over a period of years or a lifetime. Matters are normally billed on an hourly rate or flat fee basis. A retainer or pre-payment is customary. Some lawyers invoice clients that they have established an ongoing relationship with on monthly basis or when work on a particular matter is complete. Most Susquehanna County general practice lawyers charge a minimal initial consultation fee. Some may offer a free initial consultation if you meet with them in person. Unless it is required by the situation, an attorney will rarely give legal advice over the telephone to new clients. Common practice areas include family law, divorce, child custody, support, alimony, power of attorney, elder law issues, wills, estates, estate planning & administration, trusts, financial planning, bankruptcy, adoption, name change, criminal defense, traffic citations, DUI and related charges, business start-ups, partnership agreements, general business law, real estate matters, social security and personal injury cases. Click on a Susquehanna County, PA general practice lawyers button above to learn more about that member lawyer or visit the Law Library to learn more about general law. Contact the Susquehanna County, PA general practice lawyers of your choice to present your legal matter and/or schedule an initial consultation. The member lawyers above represent clients throughout Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania including Montrose, Forest City, Great Bend, Hallstead, Springville, Susquehanna and Thompson.
Susquehanna County General Practice Lawyers