Return to Sender Friday, Dec 12 2014 

The files you keep on your clients’ cases usually include documents (and sometimes other property) that your clients have given to you in connection with their cases. What happens to all this stuff when you’re no longer on the case? The answer: You’ve got to give it back.

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The files you keep on your clients’ cases usually include documents (and sometimes other property) that your clients have given to you in connection with their cases. What happens to all this stuff when you’re no longer on the case? The answer: You’ve got to give it back.

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10-Steps for Developing and Implementing an Estate Plan, Part I Friday, Dec 12 2014 

10-Steps for Developing and Implementing an Estate Plan, Part I

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Every attorney has his or her own style and system for developing and implementing an estate plan, but that doesn’t mean there are no commonalities. In fact, there are certain considerations and practices that are common to the estate planning process for most attorneys. For those of you new to estate planning practice—and those who want to confirm they aren’t missing anything—here are the first five of the 10 steps of this common procedure for developing an estate plan and putting it into place (stay tuned next week for the next 5 steps!).

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Should You Stipulate? Friday, Dec 12 2014 

Sometimes strength comes from seeming weakness. A potentially powerful tool for a civil litigant is to stipulate or admit to certain facts. But knowing when to stipulate is an art.

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Sometimes strength comes from seeming weakness. A potentially powerful tool for a civil litigant is to stipulate or admit to certain facts. But knowing when to stipulate is an art.

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More Hiring Means More Employment Contracts: 4 Reasons to Use Them Friday, Dec 12 2014 

Protect Yourself When You Need Home Health Care

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As the economy improves and hiring starts to increase, it’s time for employers to think about employment contracts again.

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