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Why Open & Consistent Communication is Essential to Assisting You With Your Case

Thank you so much for reaching out to Minc Law! We are thrilled and honored that you are considering our firm for legal services. If you are reading this post we are assuming it is because you received an email that we sent in response to your inquiry. We are eager to get going and want to help.

At Minc Law, we understand that seeking legal assistance can be a daunting and stressful process. That is why we strive to make the process as smooth and straightforward as possible. To provide you with the best possible legal services, we need your help to gather information about your situation.

Communication is key to the success of any legal case, and we want to make sure that we have all the information we need to help you. This means that we need you to be as open and honest as possible about your situation. By providing us with detailed information about your case, you can help us to build a strong legal strategy and provide you with the best possible representation.

In this article, we will discuss the importance of open and honest communication and detail the type of information we will be requesting.

Why There Needs to Be Open & Consistent Communication From You

Without detailed and accurate information about your situation, your attorney may not be able to fully understand your case and develop an effective legal strategy. By maintaining open and consistent communication with your attorney, you can help ensure that your case is handled efficiently and effectively.

For many people, the legal process can be intimidating and overwhelming, especially if they have never been involved in legal matters before. At Minc Law, we understand this and strive to make the process as transparent as possible. We want you to feel informed and comfortable throughout the legal process, and we will do our best to keep you apprised of what to expect and what the budget will be.

The purpose of intake is to properly assess a potential new client’s legal situation and determine the best options for moving forward. To do this, it is crucial that we have full transparency and detailed information about the situation at hand. This means that we need to know all the relevant details about your legal issue, the people involved, and any relevant documents.

We also need to know about your financial situation, as this can impact the legal options that are available to you. For example, if you are unable to afford legal representation, we may be able to refer you to a different firm or provide you with alternative solutions to your legal issue. Even if our firm is not the best financial option for you, we still want to help. Our goal is to provide you with the best possible legal assistance, and that may mean referring you to a different firm or brainstorming alternative options.

We Do Not Want to Waste Your Time

One reason we request so much information is that we want to be transparent about our ability to help you. If we believe that our firm is not the best fit for your legal needs or if we are unable to meet your goals or expectations, we want to be upfront about this. We do not want to waste your valuable time by providing you with legal services that may not be helpful.

Also, internet-related legal issues often need to be handled in a timely manner. This is because legal issues are subject to a statute of limitations, which is a time limit for pursuing a legal claim. The statute of limitations for different legal issues can vary, but in some cases, you may have as little as one year to pursue a legal matter. If the statute of limitations for your legal issue is about to expire, it is important to act quickly to protect your rights and interests.

In addition to the time constraints imposed by the statute of limitations, internet-related legal issues often require prompt action to prevent further damage or loss. For example, if you are the victim of online harassment or defamation, it is important to take immediate action to stop the harassment and protect your reputation.

Ensures That We Are the Appropriate Fit to Handle Your Legal Matter

Our attorneys concentrate on internet-related legal matters, including online defamation, content removal, harassment, sextortion, and revenge porn. If your legal issue is internet-related, we can most likely assist.

Yet, it is important that you provide us with detailed and accurate information, so we can determine if we are the best first to handle your case. If we are not, we may be able to refer you to another firm or provide you with alternative solutions to your legal issue.

Please see our article explaining the types of cases we accept and turn down.

It Enables Us to Identify the Right Service to Further Your Goals

It is important to provide us with detailed and accurate information about your situation in order to identify the right service to further your goals. We understand that you may be dealing with sensitive or difficult matters, and we want to make sure that we provide you with the best possible legal assistance.

By sharing all the relevant details of your story, you can help us to identify the right solution and provide you with the support you need.

It Enables Us to Identify the Most Appropriate Legal Professional For Your Matter

At Minc Law, we have several attorneys and legal professionals available to assist you. Each professional has their own special niche such as news article removals, revenge porn, or litigation.

As a result, it is important that you provide the fullest possible detail about your case so we can ensure you are matched with the right legal professional.

It Enables Your Attorney to Best Prepare For Your Consult

Providing detailed information during the intake process enables your attorney to better prepare for your consult and can help to maximize the productivity of the consult itself. By having all of the relevant facts about your legal issue, your attorney will be able to ask the right questions and provide tailored advice that is specific to your situation.

Additionally, providing detailed information during intake can also help the intake specialist to better prepare you for your consult. This may include providing you with information about what to expect during the consult or answering any questions you may have about the legal process or your rights.

It Enables Us to Keep Up to Date & Apprised

Consistent communication is essential for keeping us up-to-date and apprised of the latest developments in your case. Things can change quickly, and it is important for us to be aware of all the relevant information in order to provide effective representation.

By keeping us informed of any changes or developments in your case, you can help us to respond quickly and effectively to any challenges or complications that may arise. This may include taking action to mitigate, remove, or combat unwanted online content, or pursuing other legal remedies as necessary.

At the same time, consistent communication is important for maintaining a good working relationship. We strive to provide regular updates and keep you informed about the status of your case, and by staying in regular contact with us, you can ensure that you are always up-to-date on the latest developments.

What Information Do We Need From Potential Clients?

Before scheduling you to speak with an attorney, there is some specific information that we need from you. This information is useful for the attorney when preparing for your consult, as it allows them to have all of the answers to your questions ready and to provide tailored advice that is specific to your situation.

First, we will ask what your call is regarding. For instance, you may be calling about social media defamation, false reviews, sextortion, or another internet-related matter.

Then, we will discuss the details, such as:

  • What platform is this happening on?
  • Can you provide links to the content?
  • Do you know who the person is or why they are saying this about you?
  • Can you point out which statements are defamatory?
  • Have you taken any action to resolve the issue yourself?
  • What are your goals in retaining an attorney?
  • Do you have a specific budget in mind?

If you are considering reaching out to Minc Law, make sure to read our comprehensive piece explaining what you can expect when you contact us!

Why We Need This Information From You

We need detailed information from you to assess the most productive way to meet your goals. There are various factors that can help shape the attorney’s approach to your legal issue, and having all of the relevant facts and details allows us to better understand your situation and develop an effective strategy for addressing your legal issue.

For example, if you have a news article that you want removed from the internet, providing information about whether you have already tried reaching out to the news publication can help us to determine the best course of action. If you have already attempted to have the article removed and were unsuccessful, we may need to take a different approach, such as pursuing legal action.

Is My Information & Phone Call Confidential?

Everything you discuss with the professionals at Minc Law is confidential and subject to attorney-client privilege. This means that we are under an obligation to keep the details of your legal matter private, and we will not disclose any information about your case without your consent.

It is also important to note that we are a judgment-free zone. We understand that dealing with legal matters can be stressful, and we want to make the process as easy and stress-free as possible for you. We are committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment for you to discuss your legal issue.

We will also escalate some matters based on the content in question. For instance, sextortion and revenge porn is often escalated to top priority – so it is imperative that you share as much information with us about your case as possible so we can provide prompt and effective service.

Our Promise to You: Transparency, Professional, & Responsive

Our promise to you is that we will be transparent, professional, and responsive in handling your legal matter. We understand that legal issues can be stressful and overwhelming, and we want to make the process as easy and seamless as possible for you.

As part of our commitment to transparency, we will provide you with all the information you need to understand your options and make informed decisions about your legal matter. This may include providing you with different pricing options, as well as explaining the potential benefits and drawbacks of each option.

Additionally, we strive to be professional and responsive in all of our interactions with you. We will handle your matter with care and trust, and we will keep you informed about the progress of your case and any developments that may affect your situation.

By providing detailed information about your legal issue, you can help us provide you with the best possible legal representation and to connect with you on a human level.

Why You Should Reach Out to Us…

If you are struggling with unwanted online content and want to learn more about your options, you can reach out to Minc Law to schedule your initial no-obligation consultation with an intake specialist. This consultation is an opportunity for you to speak with a Minc Law representative and discuss your legal issue in more detail.

“Absolutely phenomenal. Michael took care of every single issue of defamation. I was concerned about wording because of the public nature of all parties involved, but Michael had open communication and approval from me all along the way. I will suggest him to absolutely anyone.”


June 20, 2022

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