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Quality

DON’T HIRE OUTSIDE CONTRACTORS

If you are committed to putting your clients first, then do not hire outside contractors to prepare your client’s bankruptcy documents.  Your clients deserve better. There are serious ethical and malpractice issues involved by contracting out your obligation to provide your client competent and timely legal advice.

DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH

Bankruptcy is a very complicated interplay of all the different laws and should not be undertaken without adequate representation (that means you know what you are doing or having access to a mentor who does). The information in this site is provided as a courtesy and may not apply to your client’s unique situation. It is important that you do your own research and do not reply on the timeliness or accuracy of anything on this site.

Complexity of Law

THE COMPLEXITY OF LAW

The practice of law becomes more complex each day. Which means the day of the lawyer who can successfully “do it all” is rapidly waning.  Not because one attorney cannot provide good legal and practical advice in several areas of law, but because they probably should not given how much the law is changing in almost every area.  Depending on the years of practice there could be exceptions to this general rule.

EVER-CHANGING LAWS

Every day there are new laws (federal and state), new court decisions, new policies or administrative procedures that directly influence existing laws. Each of these changes impact other areas of law. For instance, a change in the tax law affects bankruptcy or real estate law, or a federal court decision directly impacts existing state laws.

Abundance of Information

ABUNDANCE OF LEGAL INFORMATION

Today the sheer amount of legal information that must be known for even one practice area can fill hundreds of books. This is the reason why lawyers now focus on certain practice areas and co-counsel with other lawyers in more complex matters.

Supreme Court

LINK TO US SUPREME COURT CASES

Site has audios (and transcripts) of the U.S. Supreme Court hearings as early as the 1950s.  ALL of the US Supreme Court cases are listed by term with a case synopsis and other information.  The website is FREE.