“I want a lawyer.”
We hear these phrases repeated on a loop within every crime movie or police officer television program, so much so that they have begun to shape how the public sees finding legal representation within America. The idea is that by simply uttering the oft repeated phrase, “Get me my lawyer” and a legal representative is quickly made available to assist you in whatever trouble it is you may have found yourself. Although the truth is actually much more difficult, as the truth often is, and for many Americans finding legal representation during trying times is not only an elusive prospect but at times no more real than the shows that have shaped that misconception.
The New York State Bar Association and Jerry Goldstein Make It Easier For Individuals To Find Representation
In a direct response to the difficult reality of finding legal representation, the New York State Bar Association through its affiliate outreach division has created a web portal that will help New Yorkers connect with local law professionals simply by answering a few questions pertaining to the type of legal representation they require and their local area.
How it works…
The web portal connects New Yorkers with professionals such as Jerry Goldstein who has built a career on ensuring that his clients find the winning side within their legal resolutions, by analyzing the quick questionnaire each user submits. Once the paperwork has been analyzed and an appropriate match is found, the information is passed along to the web portal user. The entire process of connecting with legal representation in their area is completely free, though if the web portal user decides to follow through and schedule a meeting with their selected legal representative there is a small fee to facilitate that connection.
Finding Representation Often is the Only Way Clients Find Resolutions That Work in Their Favor
If you are facing legal problems, whatever the case, it is imperative you seek representation from professionals such as Jerry Goldstein to ensure that your day in court is a success.
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