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Q: What will the initial consultation look like?

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In an initial employment law consultation, I would:

  1. get the relevant facts from you, and then
  2. give you my opinions on your situation and options.

Getting the facts: I will have various questions for you as I gather the information I need to spot issues and assess your position. We’ll review your documents and you can tell me anything you think I should know.

Giving advice: we will talk about the legal terrain and options you may have, and some of the associated risks and potential rewards. (For more on this in the context of a severance review, see ‘what can I do if I don’t want to accept?’)

The whole thing generally takes about an hour, but it can take a bit longer, particularly if your situation is complicated.

Important Note: In an initial consultation, I can only provide a preliminary assessment of your legal rights based on the conversation we have at the time. Sometimes that is all clients needs, and sometimes clients decide they need further assistance and representation.

Remember: don't take these articles as legal advice! If you have a legal issue, you should consult a lawyer, whether that be us or someone else . The law is riddled with exceptions and nuanced points. These articles only provide tid bits of information for the interested reader. They are by no means exhaustive.

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This website does not provide legal advice or opinion and should not be relied on as such advice or opinion. The articles here provide general information only. Tomm Law makes no claims, promises, or guarantees of the accuracy or completeness of the information. Articles are not updated after publication and may become outdated with changes in jurisprudence or legislation. Your use of this site is subject to the Terms and Conditions, which include disclaimers and waivers of liability.