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Some lawyer elsewhere got his butt in a crack for failing to put a disclaimer on his blog. Actually, I think giving out non-public info about a still-living client had a lot to do with it, too. Anyway, here goes: This blog has been developed by Roger Curry (that's me) and sometimes I talk about the law and legal stuff. The materials posted on this blog or at linked sites are not intended to create, and do not create, an attorney-client relationship or a representation regarding any potential engagement. Is it even possible that anybody could be so stunningly stupid to think that reading a blog makes me your lawyer? Pull the other one. Readers should not act upon these materials without seeking professional counsel. After all, what kind of rocket scientist reads a blog and then makes important decisions about her/his life or business? This is an offering in the marketplace of ideas. My opinion isn't entitled to any more inherent credit than yours. For Heaven's sake, read everything with a jaundiced eye. If we all did that, we'd all get along a lot better in this life. I only become somebody's lawyer when he or she and I specifically AGREE that I'm going to perform legal services or give legal advice. Then, it's a two-way street - I need information about the client's SPECIFIC circumstances before I can give any advice at all about what is best for that client.
Thank you. There's nothing to see here. Move along. These are not the 'droids you're looking for. Move along.
Roger is an attorney & barrister at law who has labored in the vineyards of the law and the courts for 35+ years.
This blog consists of the personal writing of Roger Curry. All opinions expressed are Roger's. If anyone doesn't like them, Roger can live with that. Roger rejects idiotic political labels and loosely terms himself a "Bull Moose." He is an iconoclastic Boy Scout, retired paramedic and Freemason with faith in God and due respect for the words of Paul (1 Thessalonians 5:19 - 22), freely translated as "Trust, but always cut the cards." He reminds all that sometimes the light at the end of the tunnel is muzzle flash.