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Unlike almost everything else in the world, the legal system is not designed to pull the forces of humanity forward to a great new day. Our Civil Legal System exists to redress wrongs and put things back to the status quo as best as possible using money, or what the system calls damages. In… Read More »
How’s your 2016 so far? We’re back in the office and the kids are mercifully back at school. You’ve set New Year’s resolutions and so far you have exercised twice, not eaten dessert once, and best of all: your college went to the National Championship! When you get home one afternoon there is a green card… Read More »
I started practicing in 2000, back then people who were just hard working middle class but who were big savers were learning that saving all that money only meant they were going to give a chunk of it to the government when they passed. The Estate Tax kicked in on individuals at $675,000 and a… Read More »
My first visit to a hospital happened in 1983 when I was 8 years old. My mother picked my brother and me up from school and told us my grandfather had a heart attack and we were going to see him…at the hospital. Then we were threatened not to run around or fight (she was… Read More »
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