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    Posted July 11, 2014 by
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    Lee G. Lovett Advises on Maintaining a good Attorney and Client Relationship

     
    Preseving the relationship between attorney and client is extremely important. Depending upon the nature of the case, or the events involved, it can be a relationship that erodes quickly. That's why it's important for you to make sure that you're doing everything in your power, to make sure a client is prepared for the reality of a case.

    As Lee G. Lovett can tell you, there are definitely some things that you're going to need to be considering, when you're dealing with any different type of clientele. Here are a few things that you're going to want to keep in mind when you've got a new legal client.

    Always have an agenda.
    That means outlining what you expect from the client, and what they can expect out of you and out of the trial. This ensures that there are no false expectations going in. You know exactly what to expect, and your client knows what they expect of them. That fosters a much better overall legal relationship, and will prove to be much more effective for going forward.

    Suggesting certain reading material can help.
    For dealing with something like a divorce for example, suggesting some entry level reading material could be a great way to help them cope with what's going on. This can even help them understand some of the finer details about the case. That's going to lead to a client that's much more confident about what's going on, and therefore the job that you're performing.

    Education is your best weapon to keep them feeling confident.
    Tying into the reading material somewhat, keeping the client informed and also explaining things at a level to which they can understand is really important. They deserve to know everything that's going on with the case. But what's more, they deserve to know what their options are at all times. By explaining things, you benefit the client, but you also ensure their continued support, as well as confidence in their legal representation.
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