Court battles are demanding. The law is a constant test, a battle of wits and work ethic combined with energetic and creative approaches to solve complex problems. Attorney Bogen's experiences as a Court Referee, Prosecutor, Guardian Ad Litem, Mediator, and as a Private Practitioner, litigating and negotiating settlements in thousands of cases, enables him to provide insight to clients, educating them on what to expect--before they ever enter a Courtroom.
When you first meet for your initial consultation, you may wish to arrive a few minutes early. You will be given an Intake Packet-- paperwork to fill out requesting specific information about your type of case. It is required that you provide that information BEFORE the initial consultation. When you complete the packet and provide accurate information, Attorney Bogen will interview you personally-- reviewing the information and asking specific questions to develop a tailored approach to your specific legal needs. The more complete the information -- the more accurate Attorney Bogen can be in addressing your precise legal needs and recommending one or more options to address your legal needs.
The law is hectic, chaotic, challenging, and can be overwhelming. Most people fare better with a partner in the process-- a trusted Attorney with experience, tact and discretion whom you trust, to help you navigate its intricate channels. You don't send a gunslinger into a gunfight with a pen-knife -- why would anyone go into a Court battle without experienced legal Counsel?
Protecting your clients by being proactive is critical to providing quality representation. Know the facts, know the law, AND know the preferences of each Judge and Magistrate-- to give your client every possible extra edge which the law reasonably permits. Representation needs to be upright and ethical. There is always a fine balance between negotiation and hard nosed litigation--and lawyers need to know when and how to mix them together, and sift them apart. Remember- Good lawyering is hard work. I demand the best. You should also.