After Michael Tritter freezes his bank accounts, impounds his car and cuts off his ability to prescribe narcotics, Wilson turns to Steinerman for advice. Steinrman has apparently known Wilson for some time and has handled at least one of his divorces. However, he tells Wilson that, as a divorce lawyer, he can't help him much with a criminal law matter. He instead tells Wilson that the only way to make this all go away is to cooperate with Tritter. Otherwise, he tells Wilson that he could wind up in jail with House.