Welcome to our FAQ page, where we address some of the most common questions and concerns related to our legal services at the Lichter Law Group.
Our goal is to provide you with valuable information and insights into our practice areas, processes, and how we can assist you with your legal needs. As your trusted legal partner in South Florida, we believe in transparency and open communication.
If you have further questions, don't hesitate to contact us for personalized assistance.
The Lichter Law Group handles cases in various practice areas, including criminal law, business law, real estate and title services, and intellectual property.
It's best to consult with an experienced attorney to discuss the details of your situation and determine whether legal representation is necessary. The Lichter Law Group offers consultations to help you make an informed decision.
To schedule a consultation, simply call our office at or email us at [email protected]. We'll be happy to set up a time for you to discuss your legal needs with one of our experienced attorneys.
During the initial consultation, you'll have an opportunity to discuss your case with one of our attorneys. We'll ask questions about your situation, provide insights into your legal options, and help you determine the best course of action moving forward.
To prepare for your consultation, gather any relevant documents and information related to your case. This may include contracts, correspondence, police reports, or other evidence. Having this information readily available will help our attorneys better understand your situation and provide tailored advice.
The duration of a case can vary significantly based on its complexity and the specific circumstances involved. Our team will provide you with an estimated timeline during your consultation and keep you informed of any changes as your case progresses.
At The Lichter Law Group, we prioritize open communication and will keep you informed about your case's progress through regular updates via phone calls, emails, or in-person meetings, depending on your preference. We strive to ensure that you're always in the loop and well-informed about your case's status.