Initial consultations are available either over the phone or in person. A modest fee of $75 is charged. This fee must be paid before your consultation can be confirmed, and the attorney won't be able to call you before your consultation. If you decide to hire us to represent you, the $75 will be credited in full towards fees for handling your case.
The only way to schedule a consultation is online at calendly.com/johndroelaw. If you don't have access to the Internet, we apologize, but we won't be able to schedule a consultation.
We understand that many of our potential clients may be dealing with matters that are inherently urgent, such as evictions. Sometimes consultations may not be available for a week or more. If your matter is time-sensitive, it is always best to try to schedule a consultation as early as possible to increase the chance that you can be accommodated.
Regardless of your situation, Mr. Johndroe cannot provide a consultation before the first available time indicated on Calendly. If you require assistance earlier, we are very sorry, but have no choice but to encourage you to look for a different attorney. While Mr. Johndroe understands that it may be difficult to find another attorney, the needs of existing clients (which will include you, if you hire him!) must come first.
Consultations and other appointments must be scheduled in advance. As a trial lawyer with a busy schedule, Mr. Johndroe is not able to keep regular office hours. If you show up at the office unannounced, he likely won't be in. Even if he is, he may not be available.