A Commonality Of Purpose

SYM•BI•O•SIS  (ˌsɪm biˈoʊ sɪs, -baɪ-) n., pl. -ses (-sēz)
An interdependent or mutually beneficial relationship between two persons or groups.

There are clients and there are lawyers. The relationship is defined by the client having an issue and the lawyers addressing that issue. At Forman Holt we believe that this relationship, by definition, is symbiotic. In order for the client to succeed, the lawyer must work diligently, aggressively, effectively. In order for the lawyer to succeed, the client must achieve their goal. There must be results. There is an identity of interests and a commonality of purpose. The success of either is inextricably intertwined with the other. Interdependent.

We cannot succeed unless you succeed. Symbiosis.

There is a reason why you are looking for a lawyer. You are looking to solve a problem, or to prevent a problem. Maybe you are looking to plan for the future, or simply effect a transaction. No matter what the purpose, you have a choice. A daunting choice perhaps, but a choice that is unique and personal to you.

At Forman Holt, our goal is to be your lawyers of choice. At the same time, our mission is to provide you with excellent, responsive and conscientious service and to help you to achieve your goals. If we are successful in our mission, our goal will take care of itself.

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