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Posted: Monday, September 25, 2017 12:01 AM

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You've called one or more lawyers and they want to charge you just to meet or talk, or they want too much money to answer simple questions or hear what you have to say... It doesn't have to be that way.
Does someone owe you money? Did someone keep your money when he or she was supposed to return/refund it? Is someone harassing you over a debt? Were you defrauded by someone? Do you have a contract with someone and he or she violated it and cost you money?
Don't give up just because you aren't able to find the right lawyer. You've got nothing to lose by contacting me. I'm Peter, a NJ and NY lawyer of more than 15 years. All I do is lawsuits, from start to finish, even though I try my best to resolve things in a friendly way because lawsuits can take more than a year to get a result. I'd love to share more of my experience with you.
I promise never to ask you to pay or sign anything until I've had a chance to review the facts of your case and you and I have a full understanding of your legal options. Until we have something signed, there is never any obligation or commitment.
In order to keep my promise to you and minimize time and costs for now, please e-mail me with a brief summary of your situation, as well as your email address and phone number. Whether or not I believe you have a valid case, or I am interested in representing you, I will respond ASAP one way or the other, at no charge to you. If I find that your case deserves a closer look, we will have an in-person meeting at a time and place convenient for you: At that point, I will answer your questions more thoroughly, explain your legal options, and explore with you a formal agreement and our mutual terms in representing you.
I need you to understand one important thing: Until you and I have a signed agreement, there is no lawyer-client relationship. And without a lawyer-client relationship, you should NEVER assume any prospective lawyer's advice is correct, and you should NEVER rely on such advice because the prospective lawyer is no more than your POTENTIAL lawyer: Until and unless there is a signed agreement, she or he is NOT YOUR LAWYER YET and she or he does not owe you any duty or responsibility to do or say anything to or for you. So for example, if your situation is a result of something that happened long ago, and your time limit to sue has passed or is about to pass, you not only need to act quickly but it's best also NOT to assume that any prospective lawyer will assume the duty to protect you and your right to sue and in fact protect you... Unless and until you have a signed agreement with him or her.
I hope to hear from you soon!!

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