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If you’d like to settle a dispute through mediation or arbitration, an alternative dispute resolution lawyer can assist you.
ADR lawyers resolve disputes without litigation through mini-trials, mediation and arbitration. ADR methods can help save time and money without the hostility and confrontation associated with other traditional proceedings.
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FindLaw Canada’s lawyer directory for Victoria, British Columbia will help you find the best lawyer for your needs. Browse an extensive range of listings covering everything from personal injury to estate planning to property law.
FindLaw Canada’s Victoria lawyer directory offers detailed information including a law firm’s practice areas, office locations, office hours and servicable languages. Our enhanced lawyer profiles include their biography, legal education, certified legal specialties, and a map to make it easier for you to find them.
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HOW DO I CHOOSE A LAWYER?
When searching for a lawyer, consider the following:
Comfort – Are you comfortable confiding in the lawyer with personal and confidential information? Does the lawyer seem interested in solving your problem?
Credentials – Look at their biography, education and training. How long has the lawyer been in practice? What is their area of practice? How long have they been at their firm? Has the lawyer worked on cases similar to yours?
Cost – How are the lawyer’s fees structured – hourly or flat rate? Is a retainer required, or is it contingency based? Will the lawyer be able to provide you an estimate for the case?
City – Is the lawyer’s office located in an area that is easily and conveniently accessible to you?
WHAT ARE SOME COMMON QUESTIONS TO ASK A LAWYER?
Here are a few questions you may want consider when meeting a lawyer. These questions may help your decision to hire a lawyer:
- How long have you been in practice?
- What area of law do you practice?
- Have you handled any case that is similar to mine?
- How often do you settle cases out of court?
- What services do you provide?
- What are your fees? Are they hourly or flat? What do you charge for?