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Preparing a Revocable Trust? Prepare for a Malpractice Claim, Too

Even highly competent attorneys who conscientiously meet their responsibilities may face the threat of malpractice. And this threat is very real for attorneys who prepare revocable trusts.    A malpractice claim can arise from a revocable trust that carries out the client’s … Continue reading

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Preparing for H-1B Visa Season 2020: Frequently Asked Questions

As you gear up for a chance to win one of the 65,000 coveted H-1B visas that will be up for grabs beginning April 1, 2019 through April 5, 2019, we bring you our top frequently asked questions—H-1B edition—to help … Continue reading

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Preparing for In-Person Interviews in the U.S. Immigration Process

From the moment you decide you would like to immigrate to the U.S. until the moment you become a United States citizen, you will go through at least two in-person interviews with U.S. immigration officials.  When Interviews Are Required During … Continue reading

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U.S. Government Contracting: Avoid Expensive Pitfalls in Preparing Your Contract Disputes Act (CDA) Claim for Damages

Author:  Cheryl Adams, Esq.               You are a government contractor.  Something happened, and performance of your government contract just cost you more money.  Whatever it is, you’re pretty certain it was not your firm’s … Continue reading

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Preparing for Your January Divorce

Now that it’s almost mid-December, a lot of unhappy spouses are planning for their January divorces. In many cases, people have family vacations planned around the holidays or they just want to put their divorce off until the first of … Continue reading

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