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Riderwood, MD 21139
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Email: oleg@g-immigration.com
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HOW TO ENGAGE GHERASIMOV LAW FIRM TO REPRESENT YOU

 

To formally hire the Gherasimov Law Firm to represent you, and to establish an attorney-client relationship, you are required to sign a written legal services agreement and pay a first stage flat fee, deposit or retainer toward total or estimated fees. Representation DOES NOT begin until we receive your signed agreement along with the initial payment. The written agreement sets forth our respective expectations about who will do what and when, what is covered and not covered by the agreement and fee structure, and what events can come up that may cause fees or costs to increase, if or when those events occur.

 

Your matter is important to us. We will work hard for you. You will receive ongoing communications about the status of your case; we will answer all of your questions; and we will seek your approval for new or additional services if needed, and of course, your approval is required for any strategic decisions that need to be made. Unlike other firms where you see your attorney once at the beginning or maybe not until your agency interview or court hearing, at this firm, your attorney will be available and will have in-depth knowledge about your case throughout your matter.

 

Once you decide to hire this firm, besides the written fee agreement, you will receive a checklist of documents we will need from you to prepare your case. Open communication is the key to our relationship. We encourage you to talk to us about any questions or concerns you may have during our journey together.

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