Client Consultation Form

Thank you for choosing our firm for consultation. Before completing the form, please visit our resources page and blog for additional family law information. If we decide to accept your case, we will prepare a written employment agreement that establishes the scope and terms of our representation. 

We hope what you learn in consultation with us will be valuable to you. We encourage you to complete the client information form in advance of consultation so that we have all of your information before we meet. Please be aware, however, that submitting the information form alone does not establish an attorney/client relationship and does not require us to take any action. The attorney/client relationship is only formed after you have engaged the firm and consulted personally with one of our attorneys.

Your consultation with us is confidential and will preclude us from representing the opposing party. We discourage the attendance of friends and family at your initial consultation with us in order to preserve attorney/client privilege and to avoid distraction.

 
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Client Information
Full Name *
Full Name
Secure Postal Address
Secure Postal Address
Home Phone
Home Phone
Work Phone
Work Phone
Cell Phone
Cell Phone
Opposing Party (OP) Information
OP Mailing Address
OP Mailing Address
OP Home Phone
OP Home Phone
OP Work Phone
OP Work Phone
OP Cell Phone
OP Cell Phone
Marriage and Separation Information
Is there a pre or post-marital agreement?
Child Custody and Support Questions
Case Summary
Client Disclosure Agreement
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TESTIMONIAL

Jim Siemens is a genuinely nice guy. In the courtroom and in legal actions, Jim has used his extensive knowledge of the law, amazing intelligence, and quick thinking to do a great job. At last I feel like someone is on my side and my case is moving along. Finally, I have hope.

—Barbara