Do you understand the words that are coming out of my mouth?
– Chris Tucker to Jackie Chan in Rush Hour
Communication, a vital part of our every day lives, an unavoidable element in the constant human interaction. However, it is often underestimated how integral it is to communicate effectively.
The communicative relationship between a lawyer and the client is no different. In fact, arguably here effective communication is even more imperative. Therefore, it is critical to:
1. Ask the Right People
You could ask your neighbour, Google it or see what Wikipedia says.However, as Australia is a developed country with a sophisticated legal system, our lawyers are experienced and keep up to date with the latest and constant changes in the law. You would not ask your Wikipedia, Google or your neighbour how to self-remove your wisdom tooth would you? (Exception to the rule: Unless you live beside a Dentist of course)
2. Ask the Right Questions
You need to ask the right questions to get the right answers. Our lawyers are specifically trained and qualified as our profession involves us to effectively extract and decipher the information you possess and eventually provide us. Converting this information and pairing with our knowledge, enables us to best generate solutions for you to consider in your scenario.
3. When in doubt, Ask
We often hear the popular phrase “When in doubt, leave it out.” However, in this context, leave nothing out. To ensure we can accurately assess your scenario and effectively assist you, ask us us all the questions you need. This applies similarly for lawyers. We are taking the time to diligently ask you what seems like endless questions to ensure no detail is overlooked or left out inadvertently.
Hence, you can commence your effective communication relationship with JK Lawyers by contacting our friendly team today by clicking here.
By Clinton Ooi