Ask Family and Friends
Word of mouth is the best way to go about making a decision. Someone you know may have worked with the attorney that you have hired. It is important that you contact them and discuss how their experience was when working with him or her. Also, try to find out whether their attorney met the demands and worked in a professional or friendly manner.
Some attorneys may allow you to contact their previous clients that were stuck in a situation that may be similar to yours. If your attorney allows you to do so and provides the information without any hesitation, it usually means that the attorney is positive in his or her clients giving a good review.
Keep a Record
Whenever you talk to your attorney and are involved in things that are related to him or her, you should keep a record. This will also make sure that you are being charged fairly for their services and nothing is being kept from you.
A good attorney is always in contact with his/her client. This is an extremely important part as an attorney who does not keep his or her clients up to date with the necessary information that is related to them is not a good one. The attorney should be the one that feels what the client is going through and knows how to deal with them on a regular basis. If you feel that the attorney is ignoring you and not keeping you up to date with the issues you may be facing, it is important to discuss that with them or let their services go.