Back in the day we had Laurel & Hardy, those slapstick comedians of the 30s and 40s who bumbled their way through scenes in a hundred or so movies they made together.
These days, we have Preston & Scott, those legal comedians who bumble their way through cases and clients with inexperience and unexperience (that would be no experience at all -- and theres a difference between the two).
It would be entirely accurate to call them a rinky-dink operation, one in which they lack not only experience and knowledge (i.e., credibility) -- which renders their legal advice, guidance and direction as questionable -- but also their lack of funding and staffing ability. They had to borrow money against their own furniture to fund their office opening, and they staff it with inexperienced, what I would refer to as, kids. You half expect to see cartoon character lunch boxes at their desks. Nothing beats experience, and this crew doesn't seem to have it. You would think after decades in the legal business as practicing attorneys, they would have a clue, but by every indication I've seen, this is a law firm without a clue.
Beware of these guys. They're operating on a shoestring budget and will do pretty much anything for revenue flow -- you know, income, cash, a payday. They'll try to bully you into doing something that may not be in YOUR best interests, but is in THEIR best interest. Don't be intimidated, don't be bullied. It's your skin in the game, and you're paying them. That means they're your employees, in essence. They work for you. Make sure you keep that arrangement top of mind if you decide to work with these two.