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How to Retain Us

At Z&A, our experienced attorneys are dedicated to providing professional and fast service for our clients. We want your case approved as much as you do, and will do everything within the law to advance your interests.

Before taking your case, we provide a free initial consultation via email to evaluate your individual circumstances and give our assessment regarding your potential case. We would like to make sure that we are able to provide valuable service to you before taking your case. Through our free evaluation, we are able to decide on the best direction for your potential case and tailor our legal resources to your specific situation. For more information on our free evaluation service, please visit Free Evaluation.

After the initial consultation, if you decide to retain Z&A please take the following steps to establish an attorney-client relationship with us:

  • Sign our Attorney Retainer Contract
  • To download the retainer contract from our website, please click here. Select the appropriate retainer agreement for your particular matter, read the contract, print it out, and sign it in ink.

  • Return the signed retainer contract with your initial payment to Z&A
  • You may mail or fax the signed retainer contract (Attorney-Client Agreement), along with payment of the initial attorney fee to our law office. We accept cash, personal checks, money orders, traveler's checks, cashier's checks, wire transfers, and MasterCard and Visa credit cards. For more information on accepted payment methods and contact information, please click Payment Methods.

  • Receive a copy of signed retainer contract
  • As soon as we receive your signed contract and process your payment of the retainer fee, an experienced Z&A attorney will contact you and begin to work on your case. The completed retainer agreement, signed by both you and your Z&A attorney, indicates the establishment of an attorney-client relationship.

**We become your lawyer only AFTER Z&A has agreed to represent you as a client. Once you have signed and submitted the retainer contract and have paid the required initial attorney's fee, Z&A will send you a copy of the completed retainer contract. Please note that until then, no attorney-client relationship has been established.