Legal Advice for Communications — 67 results
Written by attorney Kevin Gaertner, about 5 years ago.
Don't deceive your attorney. Remember your attorney is working for you. To do our job properly we need accurate, truthful information. Lies, embellishments or omissions are detrimental... more
Written by attorney Timothy W Durkin, over 3 years ago.
Sadly, contested family law cases often bring out the worst in people. Some people will go to extremes to gain the upper hand in a litigation context. Spousal snooping occurs when a spouse... more
Written by attorney Jessica M Cotter, over 3 years ago.
1. Communicateby email alone, unless it is anemergencythen do text or phone call. That email should be one topic and no more than fivesentences.
2. Do notswearat the otherparentor talk bad... more
Written by attorney Jennifer L Keel, over 3 years ago.
Hiring a lawyer is intimidating for many people, and those with medical malpractice claims may be especially wary. After all, your claim arose because the trust you placed in another... more
Written by attorney Kali Morgan, over 3 years ago.
When a relationship involving children ends, it is often difficult (and sometimes impossible) to keep the lines of communication open. You said soccer practice was at 3:00, he thought you... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Evans, almost 2 years ago.
FINRA fined LPL Financial LLC an industry-record $7.5 million for at least 35 separate and significant failures of the firm's e-mail system. LPL was also ordered to establish a $1.5... more
Written by attorney Matthew Cordell, about 2 years ago.
Yours, Mine and Ours: New Limits onCounsels Review of Employee Email Communications
Written By: Matt Cordell Grant Osborne
As in-house counsel, you may be called upon to review an... more
Written by attorney Jason T Brown, almost 4 years ago.
Lawyers speak Lawyers-ease at times at will want to be very efficient during the intake process, especially during a free consultation. I love to speak with people and have spoken with... more
Written by attorney Connie Merwine, almost 4 years ago.
Communication between spouses is a very important part of
the divorce process; however, for that communication to be productive it
must be effective. This can be hard given the... more
Written by attorney Joseph Lambson, about 4 years ago.
A common question we are asked is what is the best method of communicating with your spouse or your ex while you are in the middle of a divorce, a paternity action, or a modification. The... more