I was referred to this attorney from an Employee Assistance program. The program provides 30 minutes of free consultation. After the consult you can choose to hire the attorney or not. I called and talked to Enbody Senior. It was an contensious estate issue. I was wondering if it was worth my time or money to pursue. After a 10 minute conversation, Mr. Enbody said he would check the title on a property and "call" me back the next day. At this point, I did not have an answer to my basic question regarding should I pursue the matter or not. However, he did say he would call me the next day and I assumed we would resume the consultation. Instead, I received a call from a secretary who wanted my address so Mr. Enbody could send me a written response in lieu of a call. I provided my address and much to my surprise received a short letter in the mail along with a bill for $60 and a copy of a deed to the property we had discussed. A deed, by the way, that I could of obtained for myself for much less than $60. And still I did not have an answer to my basic question. I complained to my Employee Assistance organization that I had been billed for a service I had never agreed I would pay for. They contacted him and get no where. I will pay the bill. For $60 it's not worth any more of my time other than this review. I hope this keeps other people from getting surprise billings.