If you would like to retain Mr. Shusterman or Mr. Taylor to handle your case I suggest you contact their respective offices to make the necessary arrangements.
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I agree with my colleague.
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I agree. It is best to schedule an appointment with each one, where you can afford the appointment fees. In general, if appointment fees are an issue, then you may want to reconsider hiring an attorney. Some people may like one attorney over the other based upon their counseling skills. In addition, you may find that in larger firms, you may be working with a paralegal or associate more than the principal attorney. This can prove disappointing. Good luck.
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