We recognize that every problem you face and every question and concern you bring to us is important and requires a prompt and attentive response from us. We want you to be able to sleep at night knowing your legal problems are properly taken care of.
The Lawyers at Magnus Law pride ourselves on being litigation counsel meaning that we attend court to help clients resolve disputes or disagreements. We give voice to our clients’ concerns and positions with conviction and passion. We are passionate about serving our clients with attention to detail creativity and compassion. We recognize the importance of listening to you and understanding your particular needs so that we can provide you with the best advice and strategy which suits your needs. We recognize that every problem you face and every question and concern you bring to us is important and requires a prompt and attentive response from us. We want you to be able to sleep at night knowing your legal problems are properly taken care of.
At Magnus Law, we recognize that fees must be fair and appropriate for the work that is being done. We ensure that we work efficiently and competently using the right person for the job. We provide value added service by focusing on results.
Our fees are primarily based on an hourly rate however in some circumstance’s we will work on a contingency basis (where we get paid a portion of the award and we don’t get paid unless you get paid). We offer a ½ hour free initial consultation for most inquiries.
The team of Magnus Law is growing. We have the right people to suit your legal needs by having a range of paralegals and assistants. Duncan Magnus is our senior litigation counsel and Sean Barber is an associate who assists Duncan.
About Duncan Magnus
About Sean Barber
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