My method TARGETASK consists of "Target" and "Ask". From this the "task" develops, that is the task that has to be done. In short as a motto: target as a question - target as a task.
Unfortunately, in legal practice it often happens that, the lawyer recognizes a single pattern in the case and immediately jumps to it without asking what the real interests of the client are. This is especially bad if this legal pattern recognition is superimposed or even influenced by the schedule of fees. In contrast, TARGETASK looks like a compass.First of all, it has to be determined what the real interests of the client are and in what context and conditions they are located. This first gives a clear picture of the facts and targets of the client. Then the search for the right legal strategy for the lawyer's work can build on that. A clear overview of the situation and its conditions is the starting point.