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Acquire An Honest Attorney By $2 Publishing House
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Learn How To Find The Most Reputable, Honest & Brutal Attorney To Fight On The Good Side: Yours! Acquire An Honest Attorney Contains The Step By Step Guidance That Will Protect Your Business! ... More > Inside this amazing book you will find a complete collection of information you need to find and retain a great attorney, such as: Understanding what a good attorney does... Selecting the best one for your business... The most common mistake people make when selecting attorneys and how to avoid it... Exactly what an attorney can do for your business... The most important steps to avoid in working with an attorney... This is just a sampling of the critical information NOBODY ELSE CAN PROVIDE! Only "Acquire An Honest Attorney" contains EVERYTHING you need to get started, choose the right attorney, and run your business effectively!< Less
Power of Attorney Discounts By Ghaleb Ahmad Onaiz
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The science of Islamic jurisprudence is one of the noblest of Science, the science which is rightly regarded as a miracle of this religion as guaranteed by the legislation is good all the best for... More > the people companions, and including matters governing the life of human beings, even did not leave a thing or regulation or legislation in the interests of the subjects but with a fuller statement, and such legislation is aimed at bringing people's rights and remedy for the oppressed.< Less
The Contingent Loan for Attorney's Fees By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Tract Book Essay, Anthony J. Fejfar argues for a Contingent Loan for Attorney's fees as an alternative to a Contingent Fee.
The Contingent Loan for Attorney's Fees By ANTHONY J. FEJFAR,
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In this Tract Book Essay, Anthony J. Fejfar argues for a Contingent Loan for Attorney's fees as an alternative to a Contingent Fee.
How To Work With A Tax Attorney By Karin Parker
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The "How To" Guide To Working With A Tax Attorney.
Interviewing for Paralegals, Attorneys, and Investigators By Edward Hendricks
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Interviewing witnesses is a vital part of case preparation. This manual is a step-by-step guide on how to interview witnesses.
Interviewing for Paralegals, Attorneys, and Investigators By Edward Hendricks
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Interviewing witnesses is a vital part of case preparation. This manual is a step-by-step guide on how to interview witnesses.
Hendren & Malone PLLC – ATTORNEYS By Monty Kennar
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Bankruptcy and Personal Injury Law Firm The Raleigh, North Carolina personal injury, accident and bankruptcy lawyers at Hendren and Malone are dedicated to helping victims of unfortunate accidents... More > and unforeseen financial difficulties. Mike Malone, Jason Hendren and Rebecca Redwine promise to handle your case with personal attention, aggressive advocacy, and professionalism.< Less
New Hampshire Gun, Knife, and Weapon Law By Evan F. Nappen -- Attorney at Law
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A comprehensive reference guide to gun, knife, and weapon law in New Hampshire.
Attorneys: IRS Audit Technique Guide By Internal Revenue Service
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The right to practice law as an attorney is contingent on being admitted by a state and/or federal bar. These requirements differ from state to state. Typically, a law degree from an accredited law... More > school is required to sit for the State Bar examination. On passing any required examinations and satisfying any other requirements, such as a background check or committee review on character and fitness, the applicant is licensed to practice law. Some courts have additional requirements an attorney must satisfy in order to appear before them. For example, practice before the U.S. Supreme Court requires an attorney to have been admitted to practice in the highest court of a State, Commonwealth, Territory or Possession, or the District of Columbia for a period of at least three years immediately before the date of application; must not have been the subject of any adverse disciplinary action pronounced or in effect during that 3-year period; and must appear to the Court to be of good moral and professional...< Less