October 26, 2017
Although I can always be reached by my clients, sometimes extra comfort can come from pets.
We are a dog friendly office.
As you can see in this picture, one of my clients is very close to his dog and his friend comes everywhere with him.
So, he came to the office to make his owner feel more comfortable. As you can see, the dog was listening carefully but got board toward the end. He was right on top of the situation on my conference room table.
Pets are wonderful – Remember my office is dog friendly.
October 15, 2017
July 26, 2017
The “tech-savvy” lawyer should have researched this process in NJ before “making legal easier…” .
Lawyers are held to strict ethical practices for obtaining clients. It is well known that lawyers cannot share a legal fee with a non-lawyer in violation of Rule of Professional Conduct 7.2 c and 7.3 d.
In Summary, Avvo has the following process:
June 12, 2017
November 7, 2016
Law firm that sued Debtor must pay $50,000 in punitive damages, plus.
Details of Case:
September 14, 2016
Although many courts allow fax signatures and other document signing other than the actual “wet” signature, Bankruptcy Courts do not. When you sign your petition, like an artist, it must have your actual signature.
August 11, 2016
June 9, 2016
Committing rape does not automatically result in a nondischargeable debt for infliction of “willful and malicious” injury under Section 523 (a)(6), according to Judge Sarah A. Hall (Hagmaier v. Cooley, 15-1214 (W.D. Okla. May 12, 2016)
Judge blamed poor lawyering. Judge Hall said that the plaintiff “utterly failed to focus on proving [the perpetrator’s] intent”.
It appears from this case that the perpetrator of rape can discharge the debt that the victim is awarded in damages by showing that there was no intent to harm or anticipate injury. Judge Hall believes that someone can commit rape without intending to injure. Continue reading…