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I recommend Klein Law Group to everybody that needs knowledgeable and compassionate attorney’s help. They will take your case and make sure that will provide you with the best service and understanding a client should receive. When it comes to family law, Abigail Cohen is the lawyer for you. She has the ability to work on a case with professionalism, knowledge and understanding.Nov 8, 2016
Very professional sits down and takes the time to explain and answer questions at the free consultation lays out a path to follow as you can and can't do it if you leave a message get back to you promptlyMay 9, 2017Verified
Very helpful and understanding of MY circumstances. I will recommend HIM to family and friendsJan 30, 2017Verified
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He giving me time to prepare before I met with them.May 1, 2019Verified
I highly recommend Klein Law Group. Abigail Cohen was especially knowledgeable and kind. She took the time to make sure I was comfortable with each step of the process.Nov 7, 2016
License Type: Attorney (FL)
License Type: Attorney (FL)
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- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I attended the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and graduated Massachusetts School of Law at Andover. I have accumulated over 60 hours continuing legal education credits. Next, I taught family law at Bay State College in Boston, Massachusetts. Further, I studied over 90 hours as a Goldman Sachs 10,000 Businesses Scholar.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Do not price shop. If you do, an unscrupulous attorney will pick-up on it straight away and tell you want you want to hear. For example, two different attorneys charge the same hourly rate of $350. One attorney asks for a deposit of $1500 and the other attorney asks for a deposit of $5500. The attorney who asked for the very low deposit knows that your price sensitive and is taking your money knowing that he is not going to complete the case without more money. What that attorney will do is work on your case until there is no more money on deposit, call you for more money which you may or may not have, and if you don’t have additional money, the attorney will drop you as a client and you’re in a worse position than you were at the beginning because you’ve got nothing done and you’re out $1500. With this in mind, be very wary when price shopping.
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?Your first thought is to ask: How many cases have you won? However, when it comes to divorce or any other family law matter, there are no winners...So, instead ask the next 8 very important questions: 1. Does the attorney have malpractice insurance? This should be your first question, why? Because we all make mistakes no matter the size of a lawyer’s ego. And in the event your attorney makes a mistake, you want to be sure that there is enough money behind the lawyer to cover any losses you may experience. 2. Does the attorney have cybercrime liability insurance? And, of course, this should be your second question. What happens if your lawyer is holding $500,000 of your money you received as the result of the sale of your marital home? Then, your lawyer’s trust account is hacked and your $500,000 is sitting in a bank in Nigeria??? 3. Is the attorney PII and HIPPA compliant? Again, you want to make sure your attorney keeps all of your confidential information secure from on-line hackers. 4. Does the attorney employ dual factor authentication for accessing his network? If not, your confidential information is vulnerable to hackers. 5. Does the attorney use email encryption? If not, internet trolls will have unbridled access to any information your attorney sends you via email. 6. Does the attorney have wireless internet access at his office? If so, ask your attorney if he or she has a firewall that offers guest access to his network. Otherwise, anyone close by can hack into the attorney’s network and get at your confidential information. 7. Does the attorney have dual or triple monitors at their and their staff’s desks? Generally, because divorce lawyers are paid hourly, you want your attorney to be efficient. By using dual or triple monitors, your attorney gains exponential efficiency, thus keeping your legal fees low. 8. Does your lawyer use LexisNexis or Westlaw on-line legal data research? If not, ask your attorney how he or she does their legal research. If they are still using books, run as fast as you can to another attorney.