These are from a book called Disorder in the American Courts and are things people actually said in court, word for word, taken down and now published by court reporters that had the torment of staying calm while these exchanges were actually taking place. The words below have not been verified but it is very […]
Attorney-Client Privilege? Not at Work.
Before writing an email to your attorney, think twice about the repercussions. First of all, as everyone should know by now, once something is released into cyberspace, it’s in cyberspace forever. This includes text messages, chats, emails, pictures, social media conversations, video, and etc. Second, the majority of our time is spent working for a […]
Discovering & Recovering Assets
Everyone knows that divorce is expensive. If you’re a millionaire, it’s a whole other matter. For instance, during the high-profile divorce case between Heather Mills and Paul McCartney, the settlement was $48.6 million! Unfortunately for the former-Beatle front-man, it wasn’t enough for Mills. In the aftermath of their 2008 divorce, Mills announced she was hiring […]