Limited Scope Representation Explained
In her newest offering, Attorney Kathy Boufford explains the in’s and out’s of Limited Scope Representation. Relatively new in Connecticut, the process allows people to hire an attorney on a partial – or a-la-carte – basis. Legal representation is expensive.
Limited Scope Representation gives the client the option of representing themselves with the benefit of an attorney for the parts of the case they feel is most important or complicated. It also gives the client more control over how their legal matter proceeds which some people see as a benefit instead of a burden. Up until recently, this hybrid representation was not an option; the attorney was either all in or not. This arrangement makes expert legal assistance available to more people going through legal issues. The problem is, many people don’t know about it and many attorneys do not discuss it.
Attorney Boufford has set out to change that and, in this popular offering, gives attendees the information they need to know for both themselves and for friends and family going through legal difficulties. Those tasked with coordinating speakers can rest assured that this information will prove useful to their audience and that the presentation will be lively and engaging.