The ATTORNEY GUIDE BLOG is platform where you can read legal topic blogs that were either written the attorneys or is a transcript of a video blog that we record with the attorney.

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Attorney Guide Blog

All of the Blog Articles on this website are direct transcripts of a Video Blog that was recorded by the corresponding Attorney.

This means that the blog articles on this website are not scripted, but the spontaneous words of the attorney of a given legal blog article.

At ATTORNEY GUIDE BLOG, we believe this is a refreshing approach to presenting a blog article. What we do is give the attorney a legal topic and let them speak about the topic in any why they chose.

Some attorneys will speak about a legal topic in great detail, while others may chose to talk about misconceptions, and others about what you should do or not do in a specific legal situation.

And that is the beauty of this website. You will never get canned answers that you typically see on a lawyers website, that you could actually see on many other lawyers website. Each blog article is spontaneous and solely in the Attorneys own words.

We hope this format is helpful to you during your search for an attorney to represent you in your legal situation or legal needs.

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DISCLAIMER: The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. Before you decide, ask the lawyer to send you free written information about their qualifications and experience. This website has been prepared for informational purposes only and not as legal advice. Neither the transmission, nor your receipt of information from this website creates an attorney-client relationship, which can only be formed in writing between you and the attorney you choose to represent you.