Despite my recent four-part post - or probably because of it - I've had several people ask me for some sort of exhaustive list of the various legal services that I provide. As luck would have it, this has also been the request of my webmaster, Justia.com, for some time now as well. And while my webmaster would like this information provided as an easy-to-locate web page (which is still not finished!), I decided, what the heck, why not just provide the list as a blog post and just get it out there to start with?
So, yesterday afternoon, I just sat down and tried to figure out all the things that I have been doing for the past ten (10) years for clients in Family Court, Supreme Court, County Court, the Appellate Division, and all of the lower City, Town, and Village courts.
I guess I surprised myself because I came up with quite a long list of services, though there is sometimes significant overlap among them, often with many services popping up within a single case - but such is the nature of what I do. Very rarely do I have a case where only one or even two issues are involved. The average case usually entails dealing with anywhere from a handful to a dozen of these issues. In rare cases, two dozen of more issues will arise. Because of this, my professional life is always kept interesting because it is truly rare to have any one case mirror the fact-pattern of any other case. No case, like no day, is ever quite like another. And that's the way I like it. Because it's hard to learn new things if you're stuck doing the same thing over and over and over again, day in, day out.
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