to instruct a lawyer.
Hello my dear friends,
I found this in my dictionary and I would like to know if this sentence is common or if there are better ways of saying the same thing?I mean how would you say the same thing?
(To instruct a lawyer. )
Thanks in advance,
Re: to instruct a lawyer.
I think instruct is a pretty common phrase if you say you want to instruct the lawyer on how you would like him to handle the case. Most lawyers know how to handle their cases so this can also work the other way round. They insruct you on what to expect from a certain case, how to prepare for a hearing, and what to be raedy for in court. You can also say you want to advise your lawyer on how to approach your case so you have a better chance of getting the upper hand.
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