Quick Communication Coach

Walk into the courtroom or mediation room with confidence. Our experienced family law lawyers will give you the information you need at a fixed fee. You’ll receive quality service while staying in control of your case and your costs.

Your coach can help you:

  • Understand the law and your rights
  • Learn more about the family court or mediation process
  • Prepare you for next steps

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Cost
$85 + HST per question

What You Get
Email your question and get a thoughtful answer from an experienced family law lawyer – without any appointments or office visits. This service is for self­-reps who need straightforward information about family law or the process.

Providing in­-depth advice requires more background information than can be delivered in one email. If you need advice or have more than one question, you might prefer our other Communication Coach service – by Phone/Skype or, our Unlimited Email Coach, or Case Evaluation Coach services.

Phone / Skype

Cost
$95 + HST per 15 minutes

What You Get
Have an in-depth conversation about your court case or mediation, the law and your rights, or the family law process. You’ll receive information, advice, and coaching from an experienced family law lawyer over the phone or Skype.

  1. Contact us and let us know you’re interested in the ‘Quick Communication Coach ­Email’ service. Include your question in the form.
  2. You’ll be assigned to an experienced family law lawyer. Your assigned lawyer will also provide any future services. You’ll get a copy of the Service Agreement, an Intake form, and payment details.
  3. You’ll send your Intake form, payment information, confirm that you accept the Service Agreement, and send any additional information requested by the lawyer. Your payment won’t be processed until the answer to your question has been sent.
  4. The lawyer will send you the answer to your question within 48 hours of receiving the Intake form and payment details. ­ – typically sooner. Once the email is sent, we’ll process your payment.
  1. Contact Us and let us know you’re interested in the ‘Quick Communication Coach ­Phone / Skype’ service. In your email, indicate the times of day that works best for you and how you want us to contact you.
  2. You’ll be assigned to an experienced family law lawyer. Your assigned lawyer will also provide any additional services. You’ll receive a copy of the Service Agreement, an Intake form, and payment details. You’ll be asked to suggest some times for the call.
  3. You’ll send your Intake form and payment information, confirm that you accept the Service Agreement, and arrange details for the call. Your payment will not be processed until after the phone call.
  4. The lawyer will have the phone call with you and track the time. Following the call, we will process your payment.

Not sure if this is the right service for you? Contact us and we will help you decide on the most affordable service or services based on your specific set of needs.

Not sure if this is the right service for you? Contact us and we will help you decide on the most affordable service or services based on your specific set of needs.

Tips

  • Keep your question clear and concise. Try to stick to the most important information and keep your question to 3­ – 4 sentences.
  • Read your question over before you hit ‘send’. You can also have someone else read it over so that you know the information is communicated the way you want.

Tips

  • We value your time and want you to get the most out of every 15 minutes. Keep your questions clear and concise. Provide only the most important information. The lawyer will ask follow­up questions if necessary.
  • Know your questions and what you want to discuss before the call starts. Write it down in point form if you think it will help you to keep track of important points during the call.

Contact us if you’d like to see the Limited Scope Retainer for this service.

Contact us if you’d like to see the Limited Scope Retainer for this service.

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