Some things to consider before hiring a witch:
1. Ask to see some identification. Just because someone looks like a witch and flys around on a broom doesn't make them legit.
2. Inquire regarding their education. Was their mother (or mother-in-law) a witch, or did this person get their training from some hokey online course? I don't know about you, but I wouldn't want someone casting spells on me unless I knew for sure they know what they are doing.
3. Shop around. Just because one witch charges more than another doesn't make them a better witch. When it comes to witches, it's hard to tell the good ones from the bad ones.
4. Ask for references, and also check with the Better Business Bureau. You want an experienced witch, not someone who is just starting out.
I suggest everyone read "The Good Witch's Bible". Amazon has it for $12.95. My personal copy is also for sale, but I have to get a lot of money for it. It has changed my life, and I can't just sell it to anyone. If you have a Pay Pal account we should talk.