To save you from making the journey to an attorney for a face to face consultation, Kawalski, Fletcher & Kirkpatrick offers free video consultation using Skype. All you need is an internet connection, a Skype account and a webcam so that we can consult with you via the computer for many of your business legal issues.
To arrange a time for an appointment, send us an email an with “Appointment Request” on the subject field and please be sure to include your Skype Account Login Name in the body of the email. At the time of your appointment, ensure that you are signed in to Skype and online. Our Attorney will make a call to you - select the green button to answer the call.
kawalski.fletcher is the firms Username.
Download the latest version of Skype from http://www.skype.com/download/skype/windows/
Scheduling a Phone, Office or Video Consultation
Before we can assist any client, we must schedule a consultation to assess the client's particular situation and determine how to best handle the legal issues involved.
For that reason, we do not answer legal questions or give legal advice over the telephone, via e-mail or via regular mail, if someone has not yet become a client of our office. If you are unable to come into the office to meet with our attorneys personally, we may be able to come to your office or arrange a telephone appointment.
To schedule a consultation, or to contact us for any other reason, please call (215) 774-1449. During normal working hours (Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) someone will be available to speak with you. On weekends or holidays, you may leave a message and we will return your call when our office reopens.
You will be asked to bring the following documents with you to your consultation appointment, if available: All Consultations: If you have been served with any paperwork, including a lawsuit, please bring all such documents with you to your consultation appointment.
Employment and Labor Law Consultations: Employee handbook or policy manual, write-ups and/or evaluations, pertinent correspondence, contract of employment, most recent W-2 and last several paycheck stubs.
Real Estate Dispute Consultations: Any documentation pertaining to the dispute or issue, including contracts, listing agreements, escrow instructions, payment records, photos, pertinent correspondence.
Business Dispute Consultations: Any documentation pertaining to the dispute or issue, including contracts or agreements, financial records, pertinent correspondence.
If you have any further questions regarding your consultation please contact our office (215) 774-1449 prior to your appointment and we'll be more than help to assist you.