Real Time Web Analytics


Thursday, September 1, 2016

Local law firm uses furry friend to help clients

At my office, we do our best to put clients at ease and help them to feel at home. A few days ago, a local reporter heard about our little office dog, Roxy, who "works" at our office greeting our clients. She interviewed Roxy and Chelsea, our practice manager. Click here to see the story.


  1. Hi there,
    Question: If "Lawyer A" does a will for a person, after the person dies can the recipients use Lawyer A to help settle matters relating to the estate and uphold and defend the will, or do they need to go to a Lawyer B (C, D, etc) to sort out any tangles?

    1. The executor of the will can hire lawyer A if he/she wants to, or can hire someone completely new. Either way works. The only exception is that if there is a legal issue about the will itself, it would be best not to use lawyer A for the simple reason that lawyer A could end up being a witness in the legal battle.


    2. Thank you, I was hoping you would say that. It just seems easier to use the same lawyer if everyone likes him but no one wants to encounter 'conflict of interest' problems so it seemed a good idea to ask.

      Thanks again for taking the time!


You might also like

Related Posts with Thumbnails