Getting a lawyer seems like such a grownup thing to do but in case you hadn’t noticed, you are a grownup with a career, making real money, starting business ventures, making life changes and therefore you may need a lawyer. But how does one go about finding a lawyer? Is it just a Google search thing or what? And what can a lawyer really do for you? According to Rachel Rodgers, a work-at-home-lawyer-mom, having a lawyer means you can take advantage of opportunities to work with others, position your company to obtain financing and help you save major time with any legal needs you may have. I know you are worried about the costs but the time and energy it may take you to set up a business entity or attempt to put together a meaningful contract is often not worth it when you could be doing the things you do best and that make you money. We talked to some experts on the best ways for women specifically to go about finding a lawyer. The Grindstone presents The Savvy Career Woman’s Guide to Hiring A Lawyer.