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Clients always ask me questions like, “how much do you charge?” “what is your hourly rate?” or “how much will this particular piece of work cost?” to which I answer “it all depends on the facts of your matter or case, the time and cost of necessary resources (like expert witnesses, reports, psychological evaluations, forensic auditor etc).”
“Ask a Lawyer for Free” is basically another word for consultation. What client’s do not realize is a consultation is about listening to the client in order to understand the reasons for seeking legal counsel. Only by learning about a client’s case can a lawyer begin to answer the above questions regarding.
Legal advice unfortunately is expensive, and for those with low incomes or who are in a difficult position financially, access to justice may not be possible. Legal aid is provided in British Columbia by the Legal Services Society (LSS), which is a non-profit organization created by the LSS Act in 1979 to provide legal information, advice, and representation services to people with low incomes.
Below is a link to the Legal Services Society of BC.
Telephone details for LSS:
Again, depending on your situation and your case, you may be eligible for legal aid.
If you would like more information or would like schedule a consultation, please contact me. My website: www.lawyerfreeconsultation.com.