Courts and Law Firms Impacted by Federal Shutdown
Across the country, the federal shutdown continues to cause havoc both politically and in many individuals’ everyday lives. Many government attorneys know this first […]Read more
Why Build a Multi-Generational Law Firm?
Starting a law firm is one thing; building a legacy is another. It’s not about adding lawyers to the roster. It’s about establishing a […]Read more
Marrying for Money and Other Legal Warning Signs
“Marrying for money” may sound bad, but it is becoming the norm in America. According to research, most Americans want a partner who provides […]Read more
How to Avoid Technical Disqualifications
When you’re about to file a new case in a jurisdiction you’ve never filed before in, you might want to take a brief moment […]Read more
5 Ways for Lawyers to Stay Active After Retirement
Apparently, it’s dangerous to your health to be idle in retirement. Studies say people are 40 percent more likely to have heart attacks or […]Read more
Is This the Year to Start Your Own Firm?
Starting your own law firm is like jumping off a rock into the ocean. It’s a little scary, especially if you are jumping from […]Read more
Divorced? Here Are 5 Must-Do Changes for Your Estate Plan
Jeff Bezos isn’t the only one getting divorced this year. As 2018 ended, divorces went up and it could be a trend. Financial uncertainty […]Read more
Is Lawyer’s ‘Ku Klux Coors’ Facebook Photo an Ethics Violation?
One lawyer is facing some serious backlash after posting a racist meme to their Facebook that was intended as a joke and a test. […]Read more
How to Help Framed Clients
It happens from time to time that the police will get the wrong person, and often, you have to wonder just how it happened. […]Read more
When Is It Time for a Lawyer to Retire?
As a lawyer, you may find it hard to set a specific time to retire because law life is complicated. Unlike Cinderella, there is […]Read more