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YOU CAN’T ALWAYS HAVE YOUR WAY

I always find it interesting, after speaking with someone who calls or retains me for advice, and suggesting to them a remedy for their situation, that they respond, regardless of how bad their situation is, and it is usually bad enough for them to have taken the time to locate a lawyer to speak with, that they choose not to take the action I have suggested because they do not feel that they must uproot themselves to remedy the problem. 753 more words

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USDA Zero Down And 100% Loan Program

United States Department Of Agriculture (USDA) provides a  USDA Zero Down and 100% Financing Loan Program to assist low and moderate income households in rural areas with opportunity for homeownership. 324 more words

Can I Use a Mac at My Law Office?

(Originally published on April 22, 2014 on Law Technology Today. Read original post here.)

I work with lots of firms that are either starting up or looking to move to the cloud. 690 more words

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TRANSACTION-BASED NETWORKING AND WHY INSINCERE PEOPLE SUCK AT SELLING

By: Brett Renzenbrink, Esq., Managing Attorney Cincinnati/NKY Group, Luper Neidenthal & Logan

About The Author: Brett Renzenbrink is the Managing Attorney of Luper Neidenthal & Logan’s Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Group. 1,008 more words

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One or Two Strikes? Appeals Court Says Two for Two Attacks Thirty Minutes Apart.

Under California’s Three Strikes Law, there are convictions for certain serious or violent felonies that are classified as “strikes.”  They are usually accumulated one at a time, often many years apart.  50 more words

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Top 3 Questions You Didn’t Ask Your Attorney

Before you hire an attorney…

The intent of this article is to provide you with the tools to find the perfect attorney for you.

There are a lot of good attorneys. 1,536 more words

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