Often, when prospective clients go to meet lawyers, especially for the first time, they do not know what to prepare for them. That is understandable. As a result the meeting becomes long, tedious and inefficient for both client and the lawyer. This guide is written for those that have or expect to have a court […]
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The truth, warts and all!
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Andrew tell us what drives him.
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Michelle Chan ends a two-year hiatus.