Diane’s practice is a general one. With her personal attention
focused on you, her client, her goal is to figure out efficient and
practical approaches to your legal issues. She won’t pretend she’s an
expert in everything. After finding out facts, she’ll tell you,
straightforwardly, whether she can help you, and what the fees and
costs are likely to be. If she can’t help you, she can help find
someone who can.
Country lawyers often handle a variety of matters, from property
disputes to simple deeds, from criminal defense to drafting contracts.
For lawyers like Diane, this diversity of practice is what draws her
to rural law.