The Client Experience
"How can I protect my family?" "If I plead guilty, can I still become a citizen?" "Do I even need an attorney?"
You might be worried. You may feel lost. But you've definitely got a lot of questions. You are not alone. A consultation with our firm is your opportunity to get the answers you need. We will listen to your story and we will hear your concerns. We will help you understand the legal issues that affect you -- even the ones you may not have thought of yourself. And we will explain in plain language the options you have, so that you can choose the best path forward for you and your family.
"I want your firm to represent me. What's next?"
After a consultation, you decide if you want our firm to represent you. Some people make this decision right away; some people take more time. The choice is yours. If you hire us, you will sign a retainer agreement, which is a written contract that explains the work that we will do for you, the fees for our services, and your responsibilities as our client. However, even if you decide that it's not the right time to hire us, then everything you shared with us during the consultation remains confidential.
"I've signed a retainer. How will my case be handled?"
Teamwork. It's at the heart of everything we do. With our attorneys' decades of experience and our staff's tireless dedication, every case benefits from our firm's collective efforts. But the most important member of the team on your case is...you. The best results in your case are only possible with your participation and cooperation. That's why from start to finish, we will work closely with you to keep you informed and involved with the progress of your case.
These are some of the types of cases we have successfully handled for our clients.
Criminal & Family Law Cases
Yesenia L. Polanco-Galdamez
Principal Attorney & Owner
Crystal De Peña
Director of Client Services
Does your loved one have an immigration case at
Stewart Detention Center in Lumpkin, Georgia?
Call us now to learn how we can help.
(Practice in Georgia limited to immigration law.)