An evaluation of concerns must be made for consultation to be
effective. For this reason, consultation begins with an evaluation
process that includes the following:
Completion of an evaluation
form with a hard copy
submitted for review. This
allows the most pertinent information to be provided and to expedite
the evaluation process. If the form is not completed, or only
partially filled out, the evaluation process will take considerably
longer to complete and will be more costly.
- An expert in Canon Law reviews the material submitted and provides
a written evaluation of remedies available based on the information
provided. The evaluation includes recommendations of action and an estimate of
cost for continued services.