Brian Easton


To assume clients phone for legal appointments with mere problems is to negate the initial thrust that propels the need for legal advice. A crisis is often this propelling factor, and an attorney must be able to understand, act from a knowledgeable position, empathize and know the legal and nonlegal implications facing the client. To be stationary, aloof, or combative when a client's situation roars toward a crisis peak, is to fail as a legal counselor.



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