Selecting the right Canadian lawyer, who will both suit your budget and follow an approach you are comfortable with, greatly increases the likelihood of a satisfactory resolution of your legal matter. The following list of questions to ask before you hire a Canadian lawyer should assist you in deciding which lawyer to retain. These questions could be asked over the telephone or in an initial interview with a Canadian lawyer:
Natalie Fraser practised law in Whitby, Ontario for seventeen years and is now a freelance legal writer with The Lawyers Weekly.
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