Is it better to serve a small niche or to offer comprehensive services? I have found in my practice that more often than not, specialties overlap, and that my clients are better served by my knowledge in multiple areas of law. Read the full blog here.
silence is golden: Attorneys are known for arguing about anything and everything, so it might surprise you if I said that one of the most important things a lawyer can do for a client is to remain silent. Over the years, as I sat in court waiting for my clients’ cases to be called, I
As the end of the year draws near, I always reflect on the big events that shaped the last twelve months of my life. Some of life’s significant events may trigger the need for a trust or an amendment to an existing trust. You may need a trust if you did any of the following
This month, as I prepared a case for trial, I ran through my checklist of things to do which included: lodge exhibits, write trial brief, and serve subpoenas. One of the key witnesses who would help prove my client’s position was a woman whooperated her own accountant agency. Within minutes of being served with the