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My Philsophy


"He will win who knows when to fight and when not to  fight. He will win who knows how to handle both superior and inferior  forces. He will win whose army is animated by the same spirit throughout  all its ranks. He will win who, prepared himself, waits to take the  enemy unprepared. He will win who has military capacity and is not  interfered with by the sovereign."
-Sun Tzu, the Art of War

You  won't see any images of screaming eagles, snarling pit bulls, or  patriotic flags on my Law Office website. If you are smart enough to  operate a computer and search the internet, you're smart enough to know a  sales pitch when you see one.

Back in the '80s, when I was in law school, the professors would explain  how a "good lawyer" prepares a client's case for trial. First, you hire  a private investigator for $3000 to investigate the other side and dig  up exculpatory evidence. Then, you hire a few experts for $3000 a  piece....forensic experts for criminal law and custody evaluators for  family law. Toss in a few lie detector tests to see who is telling the  truth, and the case is ready for trial.

Now here is the problem. What I have just described is a $20,000 case.  How many of you have that much money to spend on litigation? How many of  you want to spend that much on your legal problem?

To make my point, a good lawyer learns that you have to be able to  handle a case with the resources you have, not the resources you wish  you had. In my practice, I have had to learn to cut corners, take risks  and stretch my client's budget. If you want to win, and not spend a  fortune, then you have to know when to fight, how to fight, when to  compromise, and when to settle. If you are having bad luck, you must  know when to "fold your cards and walk away from the table." Sometimes  surviving to fight  



Choosing an attorney is similar to  choosing a doctor. You want someone who you can talk to, someone who  cares, someone who is going to listen to you and give you honest advise.  However, like a doctor a lawyer should tell you the bad news as well as  the good. A lawyer should tell you the truth, whether you want to hear  it or not. Without an honest and realistic prognosis of your legal case,  you will suffer from unrealistic expectations and make emotional rather  than rational choices. This could lead to fatal errors. Lawyers, like  doctors, should not be "yes" men. Your attorney should be able to  address the four key questions of litigation: what are your goals, the  odds of winning, with what strategy and options, and at what expense.