Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if I need an attorney?
Depending on your specific matter, you may be able to handle your case without representation in small claims court. However in most cases, you should consult with a lawyer to determine your legal rights. Reeves DiVenere Wright will be pleased to schedule a consultation for a reasonable fee to answer all of your questions.
Will the information I share with you be confidential?
Yes. The attorney-client privilege means that your communication with us is confidential – even in the event you don’t hire us.
Do the attorneys at Reeves DiVenere Wright have trial experience?
With over 40 combined years as trial attorneys, John B. “Jak” Reeves, Tamara DiVenere and Anné Wright have the experience, knowledge and reputation to provide our clients with the best possible opportunity to achieve the desired outcome.
What proof or evidence will my attorneys need to represent me?
During our first meeting, we will discuss the facts in your case and provide our initial impression regarding what is needed to prove your claim. If it is a construction case, for example, we will need contracts, change orders, permits, occupancy certificates, etc. A real estate dispute may require copies of surveys, deeds or restrictive covenants. Reeves DiVenere Wright does not proceed to trial until they have all the evidence necessary to give our clients the best chance for a successful result.
How costly is it to hire a law firm for a civil litigation case?
The answer depends on the nature of the case, the estimated number of hours necessary to devote to the matter, the complexity of the facts and issues, etc. Your lawyer will be better able to assess litigation costs during your initial consultation.
What can I expect if I choose to work with Reeves DiVenere Wright?
You can expect the attorneys and the staff to take your calls, answer your questions, and keep you informed about your case. Reeves DiVenere Wright pride themselves upon personal and meaningful interaction with their clients throughout the entire course of representation.