How I Work

Taggart Law, LLC is not a full-service law firm. As I explain here and here, my firm focuses on asset protection as well as estate and business planning. I also draft my fair share of gun trusts. If your legal needs fall outside those three general umbrellas, I will refer you to qualified attorneys who can meet those needs.

To help me make that assessment, I have all potential clients complete a fact finder before we meet, so I can have a good grasp of the relevant facts before we meet and so we don’t our waste time and your money on fact gathering when we do meet. Once I decide that I am qualified to handle your estate or business concerns, we can begin working together.

As I also explain elsewhere, I approach my work with you differently than most attorneys, beginning with the fact that I conduct consultations via phone, Skype or other online technologies and that I travel to your home or office, when necessary, so you don’t have to travel to mine. End result? Time and money saved–by both of us.

For similar reasons, I approach the telephone differently. I strive to give all my clients the attention they deserve. If I am not busy at work on someone’s file when you call, I will take your call. However, I do not interrupt my work–on your file maybe?–to make calls. Studies show that such interruptions waste much more time than the time for the actual phone call, so I try–try–to keep interruptions to a minimum. What I will do, however, is promise to return your call within 24 hours and preferably by the end of business on the day you called.

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