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Tips To Help You Find The Right Lawyer

Whether you’re planning a divorce, have been a victim of an injury, have been involved in crypto scams or you’re buying a house, finding the right lawyer is important to either help you get the money you deserve or are owed, or to help the legal process go smoothly. If you’re not sure where to start when it comes to finding the right lawyer, we’re here with some simple tips to help you make the decision, from recommendations to finding the right area of expertise and ensuring that you’re very clear on how the costs work within each firm, to help you find the right fit for you.

Go With Someone Well Recommended

The first thing you should do if possible is to go with someone well recommended. Ask around with friends, family and work colleagues if you feel comfortable to see if anyone has been through a similar process and can recommend someone based on their experience. You will need to do your own due diligence as well, to make sure that your solicitor is accredited by the Law Society and also look at wider reviews to ensure that it will be a good match. Take your time with this process as it could transform how your situation ends up, so make sure you first take recommendations if your friends and family have them, then do some research of your own to make sure you’re happy.

Look For The Right Area of Expertise

Another good way to easily cut down which solicitor you should choose is by choosing someone with good experience in the particular area you’re looking for. Whilst general solicitors can be good, you’ll likely benefit from having someone with a more thorough knowledge in the area you need specifically. For example, say you’ve lost money through a scam, working with investment fraud lawyers will mean you’re much more likely to get the money back you’ve lost than if you were to work with someone without as much experience in this area. Or, if you’re needing a divorce, then someone who has a background in family law will be best to represent you. So, look for lawyers who have experience in the area you’re looking for and feel free to ask them about their experience to see whether it will be a good fit.


It’s also really important to find out how much the service will cost. Every law firm will work slightly differently, although most will charge by the hour (rounding up if a task takes less than an hour) and there will also be different rates depending on who is working on your case, for example a senior lawyer will cost much more than a trainee. So, it’s important in the initial stages to get a clear breakdown from the lawyers about exactly how their billing system works so you know what to expect before anything begins. It’s key that you establish this before you commit to anything to avoid any unwelcome surprises.