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At Jorges & Bowers, LLP, we are trusted advisors and advocates for our clients. We view ourselves as counselors who can talk you through your legal matter and leave you with a true understanding of the process.

Please read our statement of client’s rights below to learn more about how we treat our clientele. If you want to meet with us to learn more about our legal services for real estate law, estate planning or the administration of estates, please contact us online or call us at (212) 768-0088.

Our Statement of Client's Rights

1. You Have the Right to Be Treated with Courtesy and Consideration.

You are entitled to be treated with courtesy and consideration at all times by your lawyer and the other lawyers and personnel in your lawyer’s office.

2. You Have the Right to Terminate the Attorney-Client Relationship.

You are entitled to an attorney who is capable of handling your legal matter competently and diligently and in accordance with the legal sector’s highest standards. If you are not satisfied with your attorney, you have the right to withdraw from the attorney-client relationship at any time.

In some instances, court approval is required to withdraw from the attorney-client relationship. Also, your attorney can file a claim against you based on the value of the services rendered up to the point of discharge.

3. You Have the Right to Unbiased Legal Support.

Your lawyer will provide their independent professional judgment throughout your litigation and remain loyal to you. In addition, your attorney will not have any conflicts of interest.

4. You Have the Right to Understand Your Legal Costs.

Your attorney can charge you a reasonable fee for their legal services. Meanwhile, you can receive an explanation of an attorney’s costs and billing cycle before you hire this lawyer to represent you. You can also request and receive itemized bills from your attorney at regular intervals.

If you are not satisfied with an attorney’s costs or other aspects of their billing, you do not have to continue to work with this lawyer. Furthermore, if you want to dispute a charge from your attorney, you have the right to seek arbitration. In this scenario, your lawyer can provide you with the necessary information regarding arbitration upon request.

5. You Have the Right to Share Your Legal Concerns and Questions.

Your attorney will address your legal concerns and questions promptly via email or phone call.

6. You Have the Right to Receive Ongoing Updates.

Your attorney can keep you up to date regarding your legal matter. If you want copies of legal documents, your lawyer can provide them to you upon request. You are also entitled to receive relevant information that allows you to fully participate in all activities surrounding your legal matter.

7. You Have the Right to Review Your Legal Options.

Your attorney can provide you with all available options relating to your legal matter. In some instances, court approval is required to settle a legal matter.

8. You Have the Right to Confidentiality.

You have the right to privacy in your dealings with your lawyer and to have any information that you share with your lawyer to remain confidential to the extent permitted by law.

9. You Have the Right to Work with an Attorney Who Prioritizes Ethics.

Your attorney should conduct himself or herself in accordance with the Code of Professional Responsibility.

10. You Have the Right to Fair Legal Representation.

You cannot be denied legal representation based on your race, creed, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin or a disability.

Reach Out to Us

For more information or to set up a consultation, please contact us online or call us at (212) 768-0088.