I received an inquiry from an administrative assistant in a client’s office today, and it was disclaimed with a note saying, “If you’ll charge a fee to answer this question, please ignore this message.” As I set about explaining how I decide what to charge for, it occurred to me this would make a good “open letter” to clients explaining about how I decide to bill or not bill.
Is your child’s college fund going up in smoke? I’m not talking about market meltdown here…
This list of home security tips came to me as a chain mail. It seemed like sound advice, so I thought I would share it here.
Upheaval in the legal profession has spawned much discussion in the press about how the practice of law is changing. In particular, a great many newly minted lawyers are disillusioned (to put it lightly) at their dim prospects for finding
How do you convince a client that the time to worry about those kids at home is BEFORE the probation violation, not after?
It’s important to keep in mind that the corporate veil can be “pierced” from both directions.
Welcome; here’s how I intend to use my blog.