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How to Hire a Lawyer

Hiring a Lawyer

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How to Hire and Control Lawyers

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Beware! His Lips are Moving!

Lawyer jokes proliferate – in the movies, on the job, at the barber shop.

How do you know when a lawyer is lying?
His lips are moving!

Why is a drowning lawyer safe from shark attack?
Professional courtesy!

What's the difference between a lawyer and a sack of dirt?
The sack.

Of all this world's professions, why do lawyers get the worst rap?

Because too many have been burned by them - even their own!

This class will show me how to tell an honest and competent lawyer from the well-dressed sneak who talks a good game but can't be trusted when the chips are down.

I will learn this before I hire one and get stung.

And, if I do hire one, I'll know how to keep him or her under control.

I'll know how to force my lawyer to do what must be done to win for me.

And, if my lawyer won't cooperate and fight the judge for me, I'll know how to fire my lawyer and either find a better one or go forward on my own pro se!

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