Concierge services means that I will meet you on your terms. I travel all over the state of Connecticut for meetings and court appearances. So if you’d like to meet in person, but you can’t make it to my office during business hours, I will find a way to meet you where you are.
I operate purposefully with the understanding that this is a modern world and that I am a modern Attorney. Certain services require at least one in-person meeting (such as a will signing, or a real estate closing, for example) but many services can be provided by correspondence. Technology also provides us with several ways to communicate that achieve the benefits of in-person meetings while allowing everyone to stay where they are most comfortable.
We can meet anywhere
For now, I have one office location in Naugatuck, CT. I do have plans to expand into more locations within the coming months. I will never have an office in every Connecticut city, but that’s ok. Why? Because its a modern world and I’m a modern lawyer. Technology makes it possible for us to meet anywhere.
Are you on Skype? Lync? Google+? Facebook? Facetime? Well, guess what? So am I. And I’ll be happy to meet with you face-to-face using any of these services. I am also available for good old fashioned “teleconferences,” so we can meet over the phone as well.
Sometimes clients want an in-person meeting but can’t make it out to my office. I am more than happy to make my way out to them.
24-hour response guaranteed
I e-mail, fax, text, and send letters when communicating with my clients. It all depends on what we are working on and what my clients are comfortable with. I will always respond to client questions or concerns via one of their preferred methods within 24 hours. Sometimes questions and concerns are better addressed during a phone/video call or an in-person meeting.
General Practice Law Firm
I am a general practice lawyer. So what does that mean? Some might say that it means I focus my practice on a variety of services. But I think those people miss the point. I provide a variety of legal services because I focus my practice on my clients’ needs. Unlike some lawyers, my practice wasn’t started to serve a certain “niche” or a particular area of the law. My practice was started to serve people.
I will always do my best to point those who call me in the right direction, but not every consultation will result in my taking a case. I take more cases in the following practice areas than others:
- Tax cases, including audits, appeals, tax debt resolution, and tax refund cases. Unlike a CPA or EA that may be able to help you with your tax case, I am admitted to Tax Court and U.S. District Court. That means I have the ability to take a case all the way if warranted. See Tom Tax Lawyer for information on tax debt relief/resolution. I also write about tax issues over at TaxMachine Blog.
- Estate Planning Cases: Even if you don’t have a sizable estate, everyone needs the right documents in place to make sure that the government can’t speak for them when they no longer have a voice. Simple questions (like who will make your healthcare decisions if you are determined to be incompetent, who will take care of your children if you die, or who can handle your financial affairs) can be answered ahead of time, and should be.
-Real Estate Closings: Whether you are buying or selling a home, I can provide closings services.