Learn How McNulty Parker Law, PLLC Can Help Your Case
When dealing with legal issues such as criminal charges or personal injury matters, you deserve to learn from the beginning how an attorney can be of service to you. At McNulty Parker Law, PLLC, you can rest assured that your case will be personally reviewed by Anita rather than passed along to support staff. She sets aside adequate time to analyze a case, break down the legal process and identify possible solutions for every potential client during their free initial consultations.
This does not, by any means, obligate you to work with her firm. Anita genuinely cares about the freedoms and futures of every person who walks through her doors, and aims to help them find clarity during difficult times. This principle applies regardless of whether or not you hire Anita to represent you.
As such, let’s take a look at what you can expect during your free initial consultation with McNulty Parker Law, PLLC:
This discussion begins with an evaluation of the details leading up to your criminal charges, followed by an examination of your existing circumstances and concludes with an honest conversation in which you can discuss any questions, concerns and goals you may have. No matter how sensitive or complicated your criminal accusations may be, Anita is your trusted confidant to lean on.
As such, she will not “sugar-coat” the truth of your possible criminal penalties but rather help you understand what you’re up against. Remember, you are innocent until proven guilty.
Far too often, lawyers make promises they cannot keep for the sole purpose of getting a paycheck. During your free initial consultation at McNulty Parker Law, PLLC, however, Anita will give your case a transparent and comprehensive breakdown to equip you with the knowledge needed to make the best decisions for your future. You deserve it.
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