To be effective attorneys representing our client’s interests, Wallin & Klarich would like to know as much about their clients as possible. To that end, we request our clients prepare a “social history”. We need to know where they were born, went to school, their occupational background, something about their family, religious affiliations, charitable organizations they belong to, prior criminal history and anything else they can tell us about themselves that will enable us to know them better. Our firm would also need to know if they have any prior or current medical condition or mental illness. The social history allows us to better know our client and thus give our attorneys more credibility in court when we can demonstrate our knowledge of our client’s background.