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    End-of-Year Consultation: Your Top Ten Favorite Legal Advice of 2009

    By Stephen Bloom | December 18, 2009

    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 Christian Conciliation Alternative: Christianity 9 to 5

    5. Good News on the Law: You Can Be a Christian at Work

    6. The Madoff Scandal and Three Essential Questions on Wealth

    7. Christian Lawyer: Not an Oxymoron

    8. Mortgage morality meltdown: Law prof says go ahead, stiff the bank!

    9. The Medicaid-Planning Shell Game (full chapter from Believer’s Guide to Legal Issues)

    10. Will She or Won’t She? The Prenuptial Blues

    Question: Is there a post that blessed you this year?

    Topics: Features |

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      December 18th, 2009 at 10:19 am

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