You’re so nice and helpful! You can’t be a lawyer!”
This is a phrase often heard by Attorney Nichols. What sets her apart from other lawyers is her care and concern for her clients. She always goes the extra mile, whether it is scheduling appointments on the weekend or traveling to the home of an elderly client who can’t come to the office.
With over 30 years experience, Attorney Nichols has learned to answer questions and give advice in a manner that is easy to understand. Talking to an attorney can be frightening, especially when you are talking about death or choosing a person to make financial and medical choices for you.
Attorney Nichols has a unique ability to put people at ease and help them with these difficult decisions.
While Attorney Nichols is always willing to provide clients with a list of her numerous accomplishments and awards, she prefers to focus on her clients and their needs.
Attorney Nichols gives talks about the documents that families need to have when difficult times arrive. Difficult times come to all of us and it is important that proper plans are in place. Planning ahead can make the hard times bearable. Lack of planning will guarantee they are unbearable. Attorney Nichols gives a 30-minute overview of the problems faced by families and the documents needed. She then takes questions from the audience. She also stays after the talk to take private questions. She understands that not everyone wants to ask questions in front of a group. This presentation is not a solicitation or “sales pitch.” Rather, it is a way of informing people of the important documents they need; such as a living will, a health care surrogate, a power of attorney or a last will and testament. Attorney Nichols is available to give these presentations at any time, including evenings and weekends. If you would like Attorney Nichols to speak to your group, just fill in the form below and press the send button. You’ll be glad you did!