In the past, I have talked about the reputation of law offices as a whole; how they treat their clients, how relatable they are…because let’s be honest, Yelp can only tell you so much. So that’s why I’ve started to look at individual lawyers and their individual styles. Because at the end of the day, you won’t be having appointments with a law office building; you’ll have appointments with people. And Kiran Nair is the lawyer we are going to focus on today. Mrs. Nair is an immigration attorney in Orange County and has helped many people through their immigration process.
How many times have you searched for a lawyer? Not one who is *only* immigration specific, not one who *specializes* in matters of divorce and custody. But someone who is good at what they do, no matter what the case pertains to. Kiran understands this struggle that many of her clients have.
Another struggle that she understands is the “extremes complex”. Now you may not know this struggle by its name (possibly because I just coined the term a few moments ago, but that is completely besides the point), but it is something you see every day.
You know those lawyers you see on TV that are *way* too serious about their job, to the point where you don’t even know if they are on the protagonist’s side or not? And then you have the attorneys that are so gracious and accommodating that you wonder if they could ever hold their own in court. Well luckily, Mrs. Nair is neither of those extremes. She masters the balance of the profession with a unique grace and charm. She knows exactly when to be firm and bring down the hammer (so to speak) to defend her clients, and exactly how to be understanding when the situation becomes sensitive.
And you can be confident in Mrs. Nair’s experience. After working in matters of customs and border patrol, immigration and customs enforcement, U.S. immigration and citizenship services…well, let’s just say she knows how to tame the beast that immigration law can be.
So let’s ask ourselves a few questions: are we done with the trial-and-error method (no pun intended) of just meeting lawyers just to see if they are nice people? Are we done with the never-ending Google search, trying to find a decent “yelp equivalent” for lawyers that we never seem to locate? Are we done with going into the these interviews practically blind save for maybe a word-of-mouth reference, just to be somewhat disappointed?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, it’s time to start treating yourself and your rights properly. Not every lawyer has a plethora of good reviews to boast, and that’s for good reason. This time, remind yourself that you don’t have to “take a chance” on a lawyer…you can simply have a well-reviewed one. If you’re looking for a well-qualified immigration attorney in southern California, K Nair Law Group is definitely the place for you.
K Nair Law Group, P.C.
31897 Del Obispo St Suite 225, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
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