What is the Justice Gap?
Here at Stanley Law Firm, we have a passion for service. Using alternative pricing models, increasing office efficiency through the use of modern technology services, and empowering clients through legal education is how we plan to begin bridging the Justice Gap in our communities.
Elizabeth Z. Stanley Attorney-Founder
keep this wide.
As chief, I promise to continue listening to attorneys, judges, other branches of government and, most importantly, the people of this great state in an effort to improve the judicial branch’s steadfast commitment to ensure that each and every Iowan has meaningful access to justice.–Iowa Supreme Court Chief Justice Suzy Christensen
We are a client driven firm. Each step of the intake process is initiated by the potential client. Clicking the button “get started” on any page will direct you to Step 1: Conflicts Check.
Step 1: Conflicts Check. Conflicts checks identify possible conflicts of interest before we accept a new client or matter. This step is required by most states to ensure the firm doesn’t adversely impact another party. If it is determined that we do not have a conflict you will receive an email with instructions how to complete Step 2.
Step 2: Your Legal Matter. At this stage we will ask you to give us a very brief overview of your matter. We require this step be completed prior to a consultation to ensure that we are able to take on your legal matter. If we are unable to assist with your legal matter, we will attempt to refer you to another attorney in the area that may be able to assist you. If it is determined that we are able to assist you with your matter, you will receive an email with instructions how to proceed to Step 3.
Step 3: Schedule Your Consultation. You will receive an email providing access to the firm’s calendar. You must select a remote or in person consultation and complete payment prior to selecting a date and time to meet with an attorney. Following confirmation of your scheduled appointment, you will receive a more in-depth form requesting detailed information. This form allows you to ask questions and provide details specific to your legal matter. The form should be completed and returned no later than two days prior to your scheduled consultation.