“Procrastination is like a credit card. It’s a lot of fun until you get the bill.”- Christopher Parker
We have all been told not to procrastinate, and to plan ahead. This is especially true in the legal area.
Sometimes, by the time a client sees an attorney, things have gotten complicated and a little messed up. The attorney may shake her head and say sadly, “If only you had come to me sooner!”.
I could give many examples of cases in which someone waited a little too long to come in. By that point, a deadline had passed, the opposing party had become inflexible, binding documents had been signed, evidence had been lost, or things had been said that could never be taken back.
Whether you have a contract issue, a family law problem, or are thinking about making a will, don’t procrastinate. Waiting too long to deal with an issue can increase the complexity of your case and can also significantly increase the legal cost!
Having a 30 minute consultation with a lawyer can be a bargain, even if you don’t choose to hire the lawyer at that time. You can get guidance to help you deal with that situation now.