To paraphrase one of the five worst* people who ever lived, ‘when something really bad happens to one person, it’s a tragedy; when it happens to a million, it’s a statistic.’ This is certainly true of
A different take in foreclosure court: usually the judge takes cases where attorneys have entered appearances – ostensibly to try and curb expenses, (who wants to pay a lawyer to sit
Lawyers are heavily regulated. I know it may not seem that way to the public, but we have to follow a lot of rules. Many of those rules are designed
I had a professor in law school who proclaimed loud and clear at least once a week that ‘your goal as lawyers should be to never be in a casebook,’
Last Monday a friend of mine received a phone call on his cell phone from an unidentified Rhode Island number. He went to college in Providence, has friends there, answered.
I continue to get foreclosure clients at various stages of the ‘process’. Very rarely, these days, do I start with someone who just got served or, best case scenario, someone
“There’s always free cheddar in the mousetrap, baby…” That’s a line from a Tom Waits’ song called, fittingly enough, God’s Away on Business. I help people involved in really scary
Snow, and more snow, but a pretty good day in court: