From Our Las Vegas Office,
We Assist Clients With Probate, Trust Administration, Elder Law And Estate Planning

What To Expect In Your Initial Consultation

At Boyer Law Group, our experience makes a difference and we understand how to make the process as smooth as possible for you. That begins with the initial consultation. If you are wondering what you can expect, our approach includes:

1. Speaking with you even before your meeting to be sure we can help.

There is no point to coming in or calling in for a meeting if we cannot help with your issue. Therefore, we will always ask a few questions about your situation even before the meeting so we can get background information. If we cannot help with your matter, we do our best to offer a referral to someone who can help you.

2. Discussing the situation openly.

During the meeting, we will talk about your issues, including concerns and ideal outcomes. We want to get to know you, and we will discuss options and what makes sense. Particularly in estate planning, guardianship or long-term care planning, we take an approach that is custom to each client to design a plan that is right for you.

3. Providing honest feedback.

If we do not think that taking legal action is right for you, we will tell you. Similarly, we will always give you our honest opinion as to what outcome you might be able to expect and how much we can help.

Speak With A Lawyer Today

Estate planning, elder care planning, probate, and estate administration can seem overwhelming, but we work to make it as easy as possible for our clients, starting at the first meeting. To arrange your free initial consultation with an attorney, call our Las Vegas office at 702-255-2000 or send us an online contact note.

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