What is a “Free Consultation”?
If I call, with whom will I speak?
If I send an e-mail, who will read it and who will respond?
How long will it take to hear back?
Is the initial conversation confidential?
What information will be requested of me during the initial conversation?
What happens after the initial conversation?
Due to the current state of the nation do you offer video conferencing?
How will government closures effect my case?
I’ve seen a lot of websites that seem like they might be able to handle my case. What is different about Steve Touchy?
A free consultation is offered by attorneys to meet potential clients regarding an area of law that they are seeking to retain counsel.
Attorney Steve Touchy is usually available to speak with you when you call. Otherwise his assistant Angela is available to take your message. If Angela is busy, we ask that you leave a message and your call will be returned.
Attorney Steve Touchy is the only person that will read your email and he will respond.
Generally, you will receive a reply within 24 hours of your call.
That will depend on the type of the legal matter that you are seeking to resolve.
Usually work will being on your case within 24 hours.
Yes. Due to Covid we can meet by phone, facetime, Zoom, or other video conferencing. Office visits are relatively safe since there are only two people that you might come into contact and the conference table allows meetings to be held six feet apart.
There are many things that can be done to minimize the effect of government closures.
He has been in practice since 1983. Many lawyers may be able to answer you immediate questions but the next time you need a lawyer it may be regarding a different type of issue. Some lawyers would tell you they cannot help and would have to refer you to another attorney. Steve Touchy has represented all types of businesses and clients in various areas and can generally handle you case and represent you in many different areas of the law, business law, family law, probate law, wills & trusts, real estate law and litigation. However, if it is out of his area of expertise, then he can assist you in retaining other counsel.