On why lawyers have to let go non-paying clients

Non-paying clients spell trouble for a lawyer's private practice. Experienced lawyers know that non-paying clients have to be let go to better serve paying clients. It is but fair, just, and reasonable to the clients who have paid and thus are assured that the lawyer will devote sufficient time and attention to their concerns. Lawyers, … Continue reading On why lawyers have to let go non-paying clients

Mental exhaustion: the price for lawyering

A lawyer is a walking search engine and whose brains are picked by clients in search of answers to their burning legal questions. Whenever a question is asked, a lawyer carefully evaluates the question and then process it against the wealth of legal knowledge, skills, and experience that he has accumulated thus far. There's a … Continue reading Mental exhaustion: the price for lawyering