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The Start of Something Great!

The Start of Something Great!

Hello to all of my blog readers! I’m excited to begin this journey with you. Establishing my own law
practice has been an exciting adventure, and I am eager to begin expanding my services through the use
of an updated website and blog.

Now, I know what you’re thinking. “Why does a lawyer need a blog?” That’s a great question, and it’s
one with a simple answer: communication.

If there is one thing that is important in the art of practicing law it is good communication. Well,
let me rephrase that. Great communication. Not just between the attorney and the client, but also
between the attorney and the judge, jury and witnesses. Any qualified lawyer has to have exceptional
communication skills—knowing when to speak and what to say—and part of that process involves
outward communication with both current and potential clients through frequent updates. Thus, the
blog.

My second goal with this blog is simply to help. When I became an attorney, I did so with the intent of
helping people endure difficult situations like bankruptcy. As one of the most stressful events a person
can experience, bankruptcy can be seriously traumatizing to those who face it. And, as your attorney,
I want to do whatever I can to ease the load of the process and get you back on your feet. I aim to
do the same in all my areas of practice from divorce and DUI/DWI to criminal defense and personal
injury. I can’t think of a more serious lineup of stressful situations, and it’s my goal to help you through
them and come out stronger on the other side. With this blog, I will be posting helpful tips not only on
handling these situations, but also on how to avoid them so that you don’t need me at all. Trust me, I’d
much rather you stay financially secure than facing an enormous debt. But because that can’t always be
avoided, know that I’m here to help. And I hope this blog will be a great resource in the process.

As a native of Blue Springs, Mo., it is my privilege to serve the residents of the Kansas City metro. I love
this city and am proud to call it home. If there is anything I can do to serve you through expert legal
services in the listed areas of practice, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Know that I will work hard on
your behalf in order to get you back on track. And, in the meantime, if there’s ever an idea you have for
a blog topic, please let me know!

Thanks again for reading my blog. Look forward to great things ahead!

  1. LBA Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing Reply
    Congratulations on your new journey! I will keep your information handy for a rainy day.
    • Sajida Reply
      The sad thing is a lot of car dealers have their own fnanicing and advertise dealing with people who file bankruptcy but why take the risk of getting in trouble again? Why not shop around for a good used car from an individual? In my state if you buy a car from an individual that's 7 years or older you don't pay a vehicle tax. Check with your town and local DMV on this. Go for something that's been inspected and taken care of, get the motor vehicle report to check for it's history before you buy. GOOD LUCK and PEACE.Vin
      • Nyvaeh Reply
        Glad I've fainlly found something I agree with!
  2. Eurosport of Wayzata Reply
    Sounds like this is going to be a great blog! It is good to see your care for the local people.

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