Can I Sue an Attorney For Having a Conflict of Interest?

Posted October 15th, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

Having a conflict of interest, no matter your line of work, is considered unprofessional. Unfortunately, even attorneys sometimes violate basic ethical or legal rules, which, very obviously, can cause serious problems. If you believe your past attorney had a conflict of interest and your case was negatively impacted as a result, you may be looking […]

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What Should I do if an Attorney Lost my File or Evidence?

Posted October 1st, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

Attorneys must be a lot of things: responsible, caring, dedicated, and organized, to name a few. Generally, attorneys live up to the expectation that they will do everything they can using their knowledge of the law to assist their clients with legal matters. However, there are times where attorneys fail to provide their clients with […]

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What Happens if My Attorney Forgets to File a Tort Claims Notice?

Posted September 24th, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

When you are injured on government property or by a public employee, your attorney will have to file what is known as a “tort claims notice.” A tort claims notice essentially informs a government agency that you are filing a claim against it. This is standard procedure, and with an experienced attorney, there should not […]

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Can You Sue a Lawyer For Committing Fraud?

Posted September 17th, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

Attorneys are expected to perform with honesty, integrity, and to the best of their ability. Fortunately, this is usually the case. Generally, your attorney will be dedicated, competent, and fighting on your side, 100%. However, sometimes this is not the case, and attorneys behave negligently, or sometimes even downright maliciously. In some rare cases, attorneys […]

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Can I Sue an Attorney for Pursuing a Negligent Strategy?

Posted September 10th, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

Regardless of one’s profession, people expect those who have a professional license or provide professional services to perform their jobs honestly and efficiently. Therefore, when people retain legal counsel in their time of need, they too require their attorney to conduct themselves professionally, and, rather obviously, within legal constraints. Generally, this is the case, and […]

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Can I sue an Attorney for Fraud?

Posted August 27th, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice, The Calculating Lawyer.

When you hire an attorney, you are trusting him or her with your financial and legal affairs. Attorneys must ensure all private information remains private, as well as speak with their clients in an open, honest manner. When an attorney abuses this trust and either lies or breaches his or her duty of care, there […]

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How to Prove Legal Malpractice

Posted August 20th, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

An attorney’s primary job is to be a diligent and faithful protector. Lawyers seek to serve clients who have been wronged. Unfortunately, if you hire an attorney and are wronged, you face the bitter irony of being harmed by someone who was supposed to help you in your time of need. If you have been […]

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What is Legal Malpractice?

Posted August 13th, 2019.

Categories: Legal Malpractice.

When someone retains legal counsel, they expect their attorney will fight in their corner. However, attorneys are sometimes negligent, and their clients can take a beating as a result. If you believe you have been wronged by a legal professional, you may be wondering about your next steps going forward. Please read on to learn […]

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Punish the real violators financially — with hourly sanctions.

Posted January 4th, 2017.

Categories: Child Custody, Custody Tips, Family Law.

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What can you do when a parent openly violates court orders, refusing to return the child on time, or otherwise failing to abide by the parenting time plan? What can you do when one of the parties ignores the threat of having a motion filed against him? He thinks: If you file a motion against […]

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Bribe the kids with Oreos….well, not exactly.

Posted January 2nd, 2017.

Categories: Child Custody, Custody Tips, Family Law.

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Happy New Year! Now that we’re off to a fresh start, think about putting the kids to work at the supermarket. When you go grocery shopping, assign your children to specific tasks. For example, ask your daughter to take control of all paper products — napkins, paper towels, tissues, toilet paper, paper plates. Ask your […]

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