Law Office of Sarah A. Carr
Dear Prospective Client,

If you're looking for a lawyer, it's usually because you're concerned about what rights you may or may not have.  Some people already know they need a lawyer, while others are still not sure.  In any case, I hope you'll contact me so that I can help you understand your legal rights and your options. 

As your attorney, I promise to be honest with you and to listen to your concerns.  I also promise to keep you up-to-date with what's going on in your case, and to check in with you on a regular basis to make sure that you're doing OK and that you don't have any questions. I promise to be up front about my fees and will do my best to come up with a payment arrangement that we're both comfortable with.  I promise to fully explain your options so that you understand them and I promise to represent you and your interests to the best of my ability.

If you are contemplating divorce or separation, but are worried about the consequences, contact me to discuss your options.  Often, you have more protection under the law than you'd think. If you're having problems in your relationships, you shouldn't have to worry about your legal rights.  It's my job to do that! 

Contact me when you're ready to let me handle your legal issues so that you can concentrate on other things in life---like watching college basketball (Go Heels!), playing with your children, going hiking with your dogs, or enjoying a nice dinner with friends.


Sarah A. Carr

Law Office of Sarah A. Carr
P.O. Box 62411
Durham, NC 27715
Phone: 919.949.2388
Fax: 866.399.9879
[email protected]

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