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In the United States, for the most part, the law is supposed to take into account the issue of a person’s ability to actually understand the information that has been shared through verbal or written communication. It is easy to acknowledge that if a person is told something in a language that he/she does not […]
Many people have asked me why I prefer the term lawyer as opposed to the term lawyer. The answer is simple. The term “attorney” simple means “someone acting on behalf of another,” and may include an attorney-in-fact or an attorney-at-law. An attorney-at-law may appear in a court for another person, but only if the attorney-at-law […]