But If I Do It Myself . . .
J. Mark Edwards
Attorney at Law
I just hired an accountant. What, attorneys have accountants? Yes. And guess what, accountants have attorneys. Why?
Can you diagnose medical conditions based upon what you hear with a stethoscope? No? Why not? You're not a doctor.
Can you perform high speed maneuvers on a motorcycle while looking cool? No? Why not? You're not a stunt driver.
Can you do taxes in your sleep and get massive deductions? (Me either). Why? You're not an accountant.
Should you go to court and try to get the best deal you can from a prosecutor or opposing counsel when you haven't been to law school or handled thousands of similar cases? Why not? You're not an attorney.
We all need help sometimes when we face specific situations for which we have not been trained. When we face those, we can go it alone, or hire people who know what they are doing.
When you get pulled over for DUI, or charged with something you didn't do, or need to draft a will that keeps your kids away from your overbearing in-laws should you go it alone? Call me.
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