Here are a few frequently asked questions about hiring attorneys and whether or not you need an attorney to help you with your legal issues.

Q: What services does a business attorney offer?
A:  A business attorney offers many legal services that are essential to the preparation and running of a successful business.  Because of the expansive nature of business, not every situation will require the same legal services.  Nevertheless, The Law Office of Andrew Chung, PLLC is here to identify and understand all of the legal issues surrounding your problem, and provide insight and solutions.

Q: Do I need an attorney to help me select a business entity?
A: It is always advisable to seek the counsel of a competent business lawyer when forming a business entity.  The process of forming a business and electing the most beneficial business entity requires a comprehensive understanding of both State and Federal laws (including Tax Law).  Before choosing a business entity, a business owner should be fully informed and apprised of the obligations and risks of their elected business entity.

Q: How do I know if I need an Immigration Attorney?
A: Not all situations will require an Immigration Attorney, however if you are unsure of what you need to do, or have questions about some aspect of your case, seeking out the counsel of an experienced and trustworthy immigration attorney is a very good idea.

Q: How much does an Immigration Attorney charge?
A: Attorneys fees vary from attorney to attorney. The same can be said depending on the type of case and type of work that needs to be done. For example, a simple N-400 or Naturalization with no surprises will be much less than defending a removal proceeding.

Q: When will my visa be ready to be processed?
A: You can check here to see approximately when your visa will be ready to processed. Please remember that the dates do not directly correspond with wait times. This means that even though the processing date may be for April 2008, it may still take longer than 4 years to get to April 2012.

Q: Do I really need someone to look at my contract?
A: Even if you do not have an attorney look at your contract, it is almost always good to have a second pair of eyes make sure all is well within your contract.  People often read contract terms differently.  Hiring an attorney to look over your contract will ensure that your interpretation of the contract is correct and that your future employer is complying with state and federal law.