Imagine that you are a player in an important soccer team. You know that the coach is counting on you and that he has high hopes for you to take the team to the final. It turns out that the afternoon before you went to have a drink and you end up with so many more than a drink. The next morning you have a hangover of fear and your whole body hurts.
You know that you are not here to play the game but you are afraid of disappointing the coach and that, in some way, this could harm you for what you think about not saying anything to anyone. You also know that you are going to drop the performance and that the fans of your own team are going to criticize you because you are not going to contribute anything good and, probably, harm it.” What do you do? Shall you tell him or should you shut up? ”
Good question, right?
This is the situation in which many of our clients find themselves when they come to the office. They have screwed up and are not proud of what they have done. They wonder if it is necessary to tell everything to the clean up records lawyer who, after all, is a person with whom there is no trust and who either has never seen, or has seen very little of it and probably will see it less when everything is over.
Those who come to our office are afraid of rejection, of the disappointment they may cause, sometimes embarrassment and a lot of pressure for the problem that comes their way.
Given this, what do we do? How do you act in front of the lawyer? Do you tell you everything or do you keep quiet about the things you feel most ashamed of? Will something happen if you don’t tell him some unimportant facts? Trust with the lawyer is essential. you answer you in four steps:
If you do not speak, the lawyer will not be able to listen to you and, if the lawyer does not listen to you, he will not be able to use his best tool to defend you. The Word. Nor can she ask you, for example, to send her a document that you have quoted in passing when you have confessed what happened and which, in her experience, can be very important to defend you. It is necessary to tell the lawyer everything because, if you do not tell him, he will only be able to find out through the opposite party in a trial and, at this moment, he may harm you without there being a solution.