Lawyers are expensive. Not everyone can afford to pay an attorney to handle every aspect of resolving a legal dispute, nor is one always necessary. If you are a well-spoken person who is comfortable speaking in front of people you might be able to handle those duties yourself and save a lot of money. Or maybe paying a lawyer would cost more than the suit itself, and so paying a lawyer is not a financially sound decision. If you fall into one or both of those categories, Limited Scope Representation may be the best route for you, and I can still help along the way.
Essentially, I will be your right hand man all along the way, assisting you with your case and explaining the rules you will need to follow and advising you on evidentiary and strategic matters. So, my role is limited to a certain portion (scope) of the litigation.
This limited representation arrangement will be set down in writing so that we each know what our roles are and when my participation ends. With this type of relationship you have me standing by to help at a moments notice and are given the priority that every client gets in a time of need.