At the end of Kafka’s The Trial, Mr. K asks, “Shall they say of me that at the beginning of my trial I wanted to end it, and now, at its end, I want it to begin it again?” Full of meaning, the rhetorical question can serve as a reminder, and a warning, that litigation can be difficult, stressful, and draining.
The right attorney and legal counselor can help carry some of the litigation burden for you. More importantly, a good attorney can help you avoid some of the needless and costly mistakes that can occur during litigation. But beware of the attorney that tells you everything that you want to hear–often the best legal advice is not what you were hoping for.
Regardless of your particular legal need, take the time to speak with potential attorneys and find someone who will be the right fit for you. You can contact Sam Samuel C. Moorehere to find out whether he is the right attorney for you.