How do I hire McKenna Family Law to represent me?

After we have had an initial consultation and have gone over the details of your situation, I will let you know the advance deposit or "retainer" that will be required if we decide to work together.  Your deposit is held by the firm and used to pay your legal fees as they come due each month. Your retainer is not an estimate of the total fees to be incurred in your case; it is an initial deposit, and additional deposits will likely be required during the course of your case.  You will also sign a retainer agreement and an engagement letter that sets out terms of the representation and certain obligations we will have to one another.

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Columbia, MO Divorce & Family Law Attorney Myia McKenna has been practicing in the area of family law for more than 15 years and is the founder of McKenna Family Law, LLC. Myia grew up in Boone County, attending Southern Boone Schools and Rock Br…

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