Whether you are involved in legal proceedings, anticipate legal proceedings or have questions concerning your legal rights and responsibilities, it can be very beneficial, even critical, for you to speak to a good attorney.

Many individuals wait until they are involved in legal proceedings before they contact an attorney, even though the proceedings were anticipated. Often, this is because they believe they cannot afford an attorney, hope the problem will resolve itself or believe they can handle the matter by themselves. No matter what the reason, failing to contact an attorney soon after legal issues arise can have disastrous effects, because delays may prejudice your rights or cause the matter to increase in severity. Moreover, if you are contemplating suing someone, you need to be aware of deadlines imposed by law.

Even if you are not faced with a lawsuit, legal advice may give you helpful information about your rights or responsibilities. An attorney can help you understand what you might be entitled to receive and how to secure what is yours. Or, on the contrary, you may need advice about your responsibilities and how to discharge them.

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Disclaimer: The information contained below is for general guidance on matters of interest only and NOT legal advice. The application and impact of laws can vary widely based on the specific facts involved. Given the changing nature of laws, rules and regulations, there may be omissions or inaccuracies in information. Accordingly, this information is provided with the understanding that it should not be used as a substitute for consultation with a competent attorney.