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As a client choosing a lawyer, don’t be afraid to ask blunt questions. It’s okay, lawyers are used to it, and there are some things you really need to know.
Get solid answers to these five key questions before you make your legal hiring decision:
1) How much will you charge me? (not only nice to know, […]
Santa’s Village, North Pole - Handing victory to a coalition of environmental groups, a judge in the Northern District today issued an emergency injunction against the traditional Christmas Eve flight of Santa’s reindeer herd.
The temporary restraining order cites a “substantial likelihood of irreparable atmospheric harm” arising from “high altitude carbon emissions” and bans further reindeer […]
“My advice, as a Christian priest, is to shoplift.”
Father Tim Jones preached these words to his congregation at St. Lawrence Church in England yesterday, according to this article in the Daily Mail newspaper. And he wasn’t kidding.
Father Jones went on, teaching the poor how and when to steal: “I would ask that they do not […]
From bankruptcy to pre-nups, I’ve drilled deep into our analytics for 2009. Here’s your top ten favorite (most viewed) posts of the year:
1. Bankruptcy for Christians Facing Financial Meltdown?
2. Google Gives Glimpse of Legal Struggles Christians Face
3. Good News on the Law: Can President Obama Change the Supreme Court?
4. The Litigation Trap and the […]
What you are doing is much more than a service that supplies God’s people with what they need. It is something that will make many others thank God. - 2 Corinthians 9:12 (CEV)
For most people, sound and sensible estate planning is simple:
1. Make a will (who gets what and who speaks for you when you’re […]