We all have difficult circumstances, hard decisions to make, unknown and complicated issues that life throws at us. Alone, we often hesitate to walk the narrow and risky paths of major and consequential decisions. Some of us are blessed to have trustworthy family, friends, professionals and more experienced church leaders to provide guidance and direction, however, with all that granted, we still seem to experience confusion, disillusionment, uncertainty and lack of direction, especially when it comes to complex legal issues.
One such difficult areas is your legal status in the United States, the future of your children born in this country, your friends, your home, your business and the valuables that you have accumulated over the span of many years in this country.
In such times, what should you do? Where do you go when you need a second opinion for your legal needs? Your application process has taken too long, the case is in pending status for years, your situation does not seem to have a solution, or worse; your case has reached a dead end. Or maybe you were told that your case does not have a solution. Your current attorney is not answering your calls. You feel totally misguided and confused.
First, our best source of wisdom is God. He is the source of all wisdom. “If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you.” James 1:5 Don’t hesitate to seek His wisdom FIRST and direction in life. He gives liberally and reveals the hidden things in life.
Second, find an experienced, trustworthy and integrous attorney, who has a good reputation in the community and who fears God to mislead people for his personal gain. The test of a good lawyer is his word. When an honest lawyer speaks on behalf of his client before the court, before government officials, before immigration officers or when he advocates his client’s matters, his reputation matters a lot. His word has weight and he delivers great results; SUCCESS HAPPENS!
At Potra Law Firm, we believe and practice with Honesty, Excellence and Experience. We would be more than glad to offer you a second opinion.
Cornel Potra, Esq.
What do you do when you hear, see or find out about others who advance and prosper in life? You want to succeed, as well, don’t you? That is such a natural inclination that we all have… However, not all apparent progress or temporary success or benefit is good enough for you and for your family. Let me explain, and may we all learn!