Legal Writing for Legal Reading!


Check out Faye Cohen’s post to her blog Toughlawyerlady!


One would think that in this day and age most people realize that seeking legal help for various matters is not a luxury, but a necessity. Yet it appears that many people equate visiting a lawyer to visiting a dentist – they will only visit if it is a dire emergency, and they often have to be dragged there, kicking and screaming.

Every day we receive telephone calls from people with serious legal issues who are consulting a lawyer often years down the road from when they should have consulted a lawyer. For example, their delay in consulting a lawyer has often resulted in their losing a piece of property to foreclosure, fraud, or sheriff’s sale, or walking away from an inheritance they were entitled to receive, which they did not receive because of fraud or malfeasance of the person who was administering or probating the estate of the person…

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