Contacting us through any of the ways listed on our website - whether chat, email, phone - does not make an attorney-client relationship.
Only a signed attorney-client contract and payment of any required retainers or fees will establish an attorney-client relationship.
Until then, you acknowledge that use of this website, or even reaching out to us via email, phone, or other method, does not mean we are in an attorney-client relationship, but are just getting to know each other to see if we are or are not right for your matter.
As a result, please do not send us any confidential information through this website. The first step to see if we are a good fit is to contact us and set up a consultation. Then, we can go from there.
Attorney advertisement language
Our website is an advertisement. We think we are skilled at what we do, and we want to meet other people to partner with us, so we created this website. However, we are not for everyone and everyone is not for us. Our website is an advertisement to hopefully start a conversation with people who might be a good fit for our services.
This is not legal advice
None of the content is legal advice. We do want to offer helpful content, however it is based on our opinion and, if any real-life examples are used, it is not to be taken as legal advice, but as an example of what happened before in a client’s specific case, which may or may not apply to similar cases moving forward.
As such, you agree to not rely on any information on this website as legal advice, and you agree that it is up to you to verify the current status of any information here. While we do try to keep our website as updated as possible, we do not certify or guarantee that it is the current state of the law at any given time, as the law changes constantly and sometimes sporadically.
Client testimonials on our website are used to help share the successes of past clients and past cases. However, it’s important to know that their outcome was specific to their case and circumstances. Each case is individual and their result or how we got to that result does not apply to all cases.
Fields of practice
Our firm regularly practices and has worked cases in all the areas of service listed on our website. We focus on these areas and work hard to be the best in our field, for our clients and for ourselves. If you do not see a case-type that you need assistance with, and you contact us, we will do our best to match you with another firm or attorney that we know and trust who focuses in that area of law. And please check back from time to time, as we are constantly looking to grow our areas of focus in the law.
Disclosure of website owners
Who owns this website? Your Law Firm P.C. in conjunction with our marketing and advertising team, Just Lawyers, LLC.
How can you reach us? Through our contact information on our website page. The main lawyer of contact is Kira Lin Abernathy, Esq.
Client liability for costs
If you do decide to partner with us, we will quote you a fee which is due along with a signed contract in order to start our attorney-client relationship and representation of you in your matter. We will break down any flat fees, hourly fees, and third-party fees (such as court costs and postage) that will be due, how they will be calculated and/or kept track of, and whether or not they are included in the quoted fee or will be charged separately.
Occasionally, we may be able to take a contingent fee on certain cases (most of our cases we cannot because of Georgia Law, but some, such as child support enforcement, we may be able to). A contingent fee means that we will not require you to pay for the attorney/law firm part of our services upfront - we will take a set percentage of what we recover in your case, to satisfy our services fees. However, you will still be required to pay any third-party costs, such as filing fees, copy fees, expert witness fees, and the like. See below for the official disclaimer regarding contingency fees, as required by the State Bar of Georgia.
Official Disclaimer from the State Bar of Georgia: Contingent attorneys' fees refers only to those fees charged by attorneys for their legal services. Such fees are not permitted in all types of cases. Court costs and other additional expenses of legal action usually must be paid by the client.
Links to other websites
Sometimes we will link out to other websites as a convenience or service to our website users.
We do not own or control these other websites, and as such we cannot and do not guarantee that their content is accurate or up-to-date. Therefore, access those websites wisely.
As always - surf the web responsibly, and feel free to contact us directly if you have any questions regarding this disclaimer, or to see if we are a good fit for your legal needs.