Wesley believes that clients benefit from having an attorney whose primary focus is in one particular area of the law. You would call a roofer to repair your roof, or a plumber fix a leak in your home, because they concentrate on that type of work and know it well. Just as you wouldn't call a plumber to fix your roof, you shouldn't have a patent attorney handle your divorce.
Wesley focuses his practice almost exclusively in the area of family law. Wesley’s office is located in beautiful downtown West Chester, PA, just steps from the Chester County Justice Center. Wesley has a deep understanding not only of the intricacies of Pennsylvania family law, but of Chester County and its particular rules of court and procedure.
Clients need to understand that when they choose and hire an attorney, they will pay the attorney for services including but not limited to phone calls, text messages, e-mails, correspondence, drafting documents, meetings with the client or opposing counsel, preparation for hearings and trials. What clients may not realize is that they also pay for the attorney’s travel time to and from meetings, hearings, trials, and all other business conducted on behalf of the client.
For example, if an attorney’s office is located in Norristown and the client's divorce was filed in Chester County, then each time the attorney has to appear in Chester County, whether for a meeting with opposing counsel or for a brief court hearing, the client will be responsible for paying the attorney’s hourly rate from the time the attorney leaves Norristown until the attorney returns to the Norristown office.
Wesley’s office is located in the Borough of West Chester, Pennsylvania, just steps from the Chester County Justice Center.
If an attorney is admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar, he or she can practice in all 67 counties in Pennsylvania, each of which is unique and different from the next. It is imperative for attorneys to have their finger on the pulse of the area, including an extensive understanding of that particular county’s local court rules. This allows attorney and client to work together to create a strategy and move towards that client’s particular goals. Wesley has the local knowledge he needs to effectively assist clients in Chester County, Delaware County and Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
Wesley takes pride in offering clients in Chester County and throughout the Philadelphia area his understanding of the local family courts to help achieve the best possible outcomes in their family law matters.
Contact Wesley Legg today to arrange for a consultation to learn more about how we can help you with your family law matter in Chester County, Delaware County, or Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. He looks forward to working with you.