Trust & Probate Litigation Attorney

Referral Relationships

by | Oct 20, 2021

When an attorney represents a client, their life doesn’t hold still. Clients often develop new legal needs which would be better handled by a different attorney who focuses in that area of law. We accept direct referrals from attorneys in which we completely handle the case from the time of the referral onward. For attorneys who want to stay more actively involved in the cases they refer to us, we also accept co-counsel relationships.
Partnering with David J. Hallstrom, Esq. and his trust and probate litigation team can benefit both the client and the attorney. By partnering with us, attorneys can refer their clients to our team of attorneys who bring over 50 years of combined, broad-based legal experience and a global perspective to maximize the client’s recovery and the value of the case to the attorney. This also gives the attorney the freedom to focus their time and resources on their preferred practice areas.

California permits attorneys to pay referral fees to other attorneys for referring clients. The attorneys need to enter into a written agreement regarding the division of the fee, the client needs to provide written consent to the division, and the total fee charged cannot increase solely as a result of the agreement. You can leverage David J. Hallstrom, Esq.’s dedication, broad-based legal experience, global perspective, and resources to best serve you.

Contact us at (888) 308-1261 or fill out the form to start the process of partnering with David J. Hallstrom, Esq.

Partnering with David J. Hallstrom, Esq. and his trust and probate litigation team can benefit both the client and the attorney. By partnering with us, attorneys can refer their clients to our team of attorneys who bring over 50 years of combined, broad-based legal experience and a global perspective to maximize the client’s recovery and the value of the case to the attorney. This also gives the attorney the freedom to focus their time and resources on their preferred practice areas.

California permits attorneys to pay referral fees to other attorneys for referring clients. The attorneys need to enter into a written agreement regarding the division of the fee, the client needs to provide written consent to the division, and the total fee charged cannot increase solely as a result of the agreement. You can leverage David J. Hallstrom, Esq.’s dedication, broad-based legal experience, global perspective, and resources to best serve you.

Contact us at (888) 308-1261 or fill out the form to start the process of partnering with David J. Hallstrom, Esq.

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