I lost my grandmother, Elsie M. Cooper, to colon cancer on April 28, 2010 at 9:25 p.m. For those who knew her, it was common knowledge that at 90 years of age, she had been a long time pillar of… Read More ›
Month: April 2014
It happens all the time, right after the funeral (and sadly sometimes even before the death), someone in the family is looking for the Will. However, by the time someone wants to know where the Will is, its author is… Read More ›
Recently, I represented a client, in a collection matter, against unrepresented defendants. They were unrepresented during the complaint phase, during the attempted bankruptcy discharge phase and again during the collection phase. Result: They lost every time. This is not an uncommon scenario…. Read More ›
Taxes, Penalties and Interest, Oh My! What You Can Do Today to Reduce or Eliminate Your Ultimate Tax Liability.
It’s that time of year again and the tax man cometh. I’m no tax attorney, however, in 22 years of law practice, I’ve seen my fair share of clients with tax issues. These issues range from just under a few… Read More ›