Our Beaverton Family Lawyer Can Give You a Confidential Second Opinion  

April 27th, 2016


It is not uncommon for clients to come to Beaverton family lawyer Ronald Allen Johnston to discuss the effectiveness of their current legal counsel. They do this for a variety of reasons, but one major one is to determine whether or not their current attorney is properly handling their case.

In some scenarios, their cases are being handled exactly as they should be, and if so, Ronald Johnston will let them know. In other situations, he might notice errors in judgment or things that he might do differently if he were handling the case. In this situation, he will share his opinion and explain how the case should be handled instead.

In some cases, the other attorney is competently managing the case, but the client is not feeling as though their emotional needs are being met. These clients might benefit from an alternate approach, and Ronald Johnston is happy to help them explore these options.

There are a few things that clients should know about terminating their current lawyer. First, it is important to know that clients in Oregon have the complete right to terminate their lawyer at any time for any reason. That said, they may still owe fees to the former lawyer under terms of a retainer agreement. The client has full control over who they choose for their attorney.

If you are ready to set up your confidential consultation about your divorce in Beaverton OR, please click here to read more about Attorney Ronald Johnston today.



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