Working Sessions

No long-term contracts. No retainers. No obligations.

Just the help you need, no strings attached.

Working sessions give you an in-depth meeting with a lawyer to discuss your legal needs and get answers to your most pressing questions. Whether you need help now on a pressing legal matter or you just want to pick a lawyer’s brain about an idea for the future, working sessions get you the one-on-one time you need without sales gimmicks or rushed consultations.

For many people, one session is all they need from a lawyer. This usually comes as a pleasant surprise! For more help, you are welcome to book additional working sessions any time you need them. If you are interested in more in-depth ongoing legal services, you can discuss the available options with our lawyer at your first working session.

How we’re different

Most law firms will offer you a consultation where they do a quick analysis of your case and then sell you a high-priced service, generally consisting of a retainer and hourly rate. Our firm used to follow this model as well. Over time, we realized that you need more certainty in hiring a lawyer. If you are reading this, then you probably already know that you need legal help. Chances are that you want help fast, because you’re running up against a deadline, stress, or both.

A working session a The Lien Law Firm is not a consultation. If you come to your session with a set of documents, we will actually review them. If you are up against a really tight deadline, we can work to get your pleadings drafted. You have our full attention, legal knowledge, and skills at your fingertips for the entire 60-minute session.

Ready to get started?

To schedule your first working session, browse the list below and select the session that best fits your needs. Sessions are divided up by practice area: family law, adoption, and small business. When you book your appointment, you will have a chance to leave an in-depth explanation of what is going on in your life and what you want to accomplish at your session.

Family Law

Family law (also sometimes called “domestic relations”) includes divorce, legal separation, child custody, child support. spousal maintenance (also called “alimony”), orders of protection (sometimes called “restraining orders”), paternity, adoption, and name changes. Working sessions are available to help you prepare for an upcoming court case, manage an ongoing case, and help with wrinkles that may pop up after a case is over.

Small Business

Starting and running a small business can be tricky! Work one-on-one with an attorney who is experienced in service-based small businesses, particularly sole proprietorships and single-member LLCs, to discuss your business goals and legal needs.

Not sure what kind of help you need?

If you are not sure what you need, or if you do not see it on the list above, you can schedule a brief consultation with our attorney at no cost. During your consultation, we will discuss the best course of action for you to take. Use the link below to schedule an appointment.