Lott Law FAQ’s

Do I need an attorney?
Every legal situation is different, the best way to determine if you need an attorney would be to call 1 (919) 502 0282 and schedule a complimentary 30 minute consultation today.

Can I afford an attorney?
Lott Law has many different payment options available to assist you with your legal needs while keeping your attorney’s fees manageable. Different payment plans are available to learn more call 1 (919) 502 0282.

Why shouldn’t I represent myself?
|If you are considering handling your legal matter on your own we would recommend that you first consult with an attorney. Many legal situations may seem simple, however complexities can arise if you do not possess the necessary legal expertise. A brief 30 minute consultation could potentially save you a significant amount of money.

What types of questions should I ask an attorney?
There are many different questions that you should be prepared to ask a potential attorney before choosing one to represent you. Click here for a few sample questions to get you headed in the right direction.

How do I choose an attorney?
Personal referrals and Internet searches are some of the top ways that people find attorneys. If you are still indecisive about how to choose the best attorney for your situation, click here for suggestions.

What are the possible legal outcomes specific to my case?
Lott Law, is a general practice law firm focusing on solving a variety of legal problems, supporting our clients compassionately while fighting for the best possible legal outcome. Our reputation for creative and traditional approaches to help clients, is what makes us unique. Call 1 (919) 502 0282 and schedule a complimentary 30 minute consultation today.

What if I am unhappy with my current attorney?
It is imperative that you feel comfortable with the attorney handling your matter. If you do not feel comfortable with your attorney after discussing your concerns, it is then time to begin to interview a new potential attorney to hire. It is important to make sure you clearly understand and honor any binding contract and financial obligations that you may have with your current attorney.