We are quite busy and therefore selective about accepting clients. First and foremost, we reject prospective clients who come to us for improper purposes. We don’t want clients whose goal is to defraud, money launder, evade taxes or play other games. Our job is difficult enough and we don’t need cases that involve improper objectives or means. Moreover, we won’t accept cases that would assist, say, a divorced father from paying child support or defrauding a spouse in a divorce proceeding. We actually refuse quite a few prospects when we are not comfortable with the situation. We also have to have the right ‘fit’ with the client. Some prospects may have unrealistic expectations, not cooperate in implementing their plan, or are game-players. So there is a screening process, including background checks, before someone becomes a Presser Law Firm, P.A. client.
What types of cases might you not accept?