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By Ron Meyers

The Art of Legal Writing

There are different kinds of creative writing, but all legal writing entails the imagination to consider and address a universe of possible circumstances that might exist at times in the future, as that contract or will is implemented, and to imagine the range of things that could go wrong. A good lawyer needs to be part essayist, part programmer, and part fortune-teller.

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BY RON L. MEYERS

Mutual Respect is Key to the Attorney-Client Relationship

From simple transactions to complicated, consequential and expensive matters like legal work, a strong bond between the client and the service provider can only be achieve when both parties understand the other’s desired expectations and exhibit a mutual respect for one another.

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BY RON L. MEYERS

Take Death Preparation Seriously, Before It’s Too Late

Planning for our passing or a loved one passing is the best thing that one can do for their loved ones. You can save them from further grief and trouble by putting things in order now. Let them focus on you when the time comes, not on banks and bills and bickering.

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BY RON L. MEYERS

Trusts Are Great Except When They're Not

Trusts can be used in multiple ways and in multiple settings to accomplish very specific as well as broadly intended goals, but they can only achieve their purpose if they contain these essential core functions: Actional legal provisions, an amendment strategy, and a designated trustee.

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