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A Note from Lee A Thompson

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. It provides a general overview of the law but may not be specific to your needs. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. I invite you to contact me by phone, email, or letter. Contacting me does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.

Why retain an attorney? The field of law is one that seems to expand daily. All people have jobs, whether inside or outside the home. Many have family obligations and everyday living takes up most of our time. It is virtually impossible to keep up with the law as it evolves. A lawyer deals with these changes on a daily basis. An attorney can advise you of your rights, make plans that avoid legal problems in the future, prosecute a claim on your behalf and defend you when necessary. As an attorney, I can help ease the burden of the legal system for you. Your best interest is my first interest.

Since 1983 I have been assisting people with legal matters both in and out of court. Whether it is a social security or workers’ compensation claim, a question regarding adoption, a divorce or dissolution, land contract, Will, personal injury claim, or other matters, I can help. Whether you are seeking an attorney for a one-time case or to assist you in other areas, sometimes over a period of years, you will be sharing information with me about your life. The information you give me is confidential and is vital to me in order to give you proper legal advice. Therefore, it is essential you feel not only comfortable with me, but it’s crucial for you to have confidence that I know your concerns and we share a mutual respect for each other.

Therefore, if you need legal help, have a question about your rights or need legal advice in planning for your future, call today to talk to me.

 Lee

Fairfield County Court House