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If MKO has offered representation and you have accepted, you will get a password to fill out the appropriate Secure Assessment.
At this point, you should also have received the “Welcome Email” explaining the next several steps in your case in detail. This initial assessment step is crucial in getting any possible information that might be important for us to know. MKO, as a boutique employment law firm, is committed to learning your case – but we need your help. We have a very thorough assessment process where we will get into depth on the intricacies of your case. The information you provide here is the foundation for MKO’s highly acclaimed legal representation that it stakes its reputation on. Take this questionnaire seriously, missed details derail cases.
Steps After Fully Executing the Legal Services Agreement
Once you complete your Legal Services Agreement, MKO will send you a “Welcome Email” with a list of action items and the client “To-Do List”, which will spell out exactly what needs to be done next. Part of that list will be submission of your (1) Intake Assessment via the secure online portal with a password, and then to email your (2) Important Documents or Notice Letters to our dedicated intake email. Please make sure you get this Welcome Email.
MKO Pennsylvania Employment Lawyers
ABOUT: MKO is a “boutique firm” which means that we focus on a niche area of law and offer highly specialized services to clients who are looking for the personal touch within our area of expertise: Employment Law. Boutique law firms are not a general practice or one-stop legal shop, and that’s a good thing. You need one good attorney who knows the ins and outs of the area of law that’s relevant to your case. Look for a law firm that primarily practices the area of law that you need. If that’s all they do, chances are, they do it very well.
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