An Extensive Range of Legal Resources for Miami
With years of experience, a professional license to practice law in Miami and a track record of success that is unrivalled, Jeanne Charles, ESQ is a law office that delivers. I started this law office years ago with the intention of representing men and women in Miami who needed legal assistance, and to this day, that remains my number one goal. So, whether you are an employer seeking legal advice on employment contracts or an employee who has experienced harassment in the workplace, I can help. Call my Miami office today and let me help you.
No Such Thing as a Silly Question
When it comes to choosing a lawyer, there are a lot of points to consider and a lot of questions to answer: should I write a will? What should I do if I have been unfairly dismissed from my employer? How much will an attorney cost? Do I need a lawyer to sell my home? These questions may seem straightforward if you’re on the outside looking in but the fact of the matter is that they can be very difficult to answer if they are directly affecting you, your family or business. To guarantee that you get the best legal advice and resources, it is important that you speak with a lawyer you can trust, and if you are in Miami then there is only one number you need to call.
Should I Tell my Lawyer Everything?
For most residents in Miami a courtroom or any form of legal proceeding is not something that they encounter on a day-to-day basis. In fact, many of our first-time clients are more accustomed to seeing a lawyer or attorney in a courtroom or detective drama on television rather than in the flesh. Unfortunately, this dramatic portrayal of the role of a lawyer is much different than the life of a lawyer in real life Miami. This issue is exacerbated by the fact that this image of a lawyer from a TV drama perspective often leads certain clients to not reveal every detail of their legal issue. This is a big mistake. You need to be open and honest with your lawyer, since failing to do so will only result in greater problems down the line. As a lawyer, I am there to represent you and protect you, and to do that I need to ensure that there aren’t any relevant details omitted from your consultation with me.
How Do I Know When I Should Contact an Attorney?
If you or a loved one is involved in any issue pertaining to a legal matter, then you need to contact an attorney or a lawyer right away. The sooner you seek legal advice, the easier it will be for us at Jeanne Charles, ESQ to make a positive impact on your case and ensure you receive the optimal level of representation.