First and foremost, you should feel comfortable with the attorney you hire in Nevada. They should be forthcoming with answers; whether the questions are related to fees, procedures, timelines or anything else related to your case, you should get answers. They should make sure you feel confident in the way your attorney communicates with you. You should ask what the fees are, what the approximate costs will be, what the timeline is, how much you will be involved and what your time commitment will be, and if the attorney anticipates any issues in your case.
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