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Danbury Real Estate Law Firm Publishes Top 5 Questions to Ask an Attorney

New home buyers in the Greater Danbury Area looking for the latest information on how to choose a real estate lawyer can stop by the Burrell & Michael website for a rundown of the top 5 questions to ask a prospective attorney.

Burrell & Michael has released a free tip sheet to help new home buyers cut through the clutter and get to the most important aspects of a real estate attorney’s credentials. The full list of tips can be found on the company’s website at www.burrellandmichael.com/crucial-questions-to-ask.

Some of the most important questions to ask include:

“Have you ever handled similar cases?” Attorneys who have tackled similar cases are sure to know what pitfalls to avoid, and can anticipate any possible issues that could arise. Lawyers cannot provide specific details about previous cases, but relevant experience makes it simpler for an attorney to put together a decisive action plan.

“May I have professional references?” Talk with his or her previous clients, particularly those who have been in similar situations. Attorneys are not obligated to provide references, but if they do, it shows confidence in their reputation and track record.

“Will any other attorneys be working on my case?” This is an especially important question to ask when interviewing a large law firm, where it may be standard practice for a more experienced and credentialed attorney to speak with new prospects, gain trust, and then delegate the actual handling of the case to someone else.

When asked about the reasons behind the tip sheet, Gary Michael Jr., Attorney At Law, said:

“Our goal with this article is to help new home buyers find the right real estate lawyer for their situation. Many buyers simply work with an attorney who’s been referred to them by their real estate agent, and in many instances that’s fine. However, real estate transactions can be complicated and choosing the right lawyer for your situation is important. No matter who you speak with about representing you at closing and throughout the process, I recommend asking these five questions before hiring anyone.”

The tip sheet is available for free and new home buyers are encouraged to share the tips with others who find the information useful. Any questions can be answered by going to the company website, www.burrellandmichael.com and filling out the contact form there.

Contact Info:
Name: Gary Michael Jr.
Organization: Burrell and Michael
Address: 70 West Street, Danbury, CT 06810, United States
Phone: +1+12037989100

For more information, please visit http://www.burrellandmichael.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 246461