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Why in the world would you be so involved as to sit in on conversations with your niece's attorney?
Because I have always tried to be a constant, stable and supportive role model in her life, a position her parents struggled with. For the most part I am staying out of it, my niece is a grown woman, but my sister kept asking me to meet the attorney and and offer my opinion because she and her husband are overwhelmed.

I got the answer I was looking for regarding his attorney working pro bono. Thank you
 


quincy

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Because I have always tried to be a constant, stable and supportive role model in her life, a position her parents struggled with. For the most part I am staying out of it, my niece is a grown woman, but my sister kept asking me to meet the attorney and and offer my opinion because she and her husband are overwhelmed.

I got the answer I was looking for regarding his attorney working pro bono. Thank you
It is nice that you have been willing to, and available to, help your sister, brother-in-law and niece.

I am happy you found the answers you were looking for, Cooper.

Good luck.
 
An attorney can represent a family member or a friend for free.

No attorney should purposely cause the financial ruin of anyone - but litigation can be costly and a party in a legal action might face financial hardship.
Remember Mr Vholes from Charles Dickens Bleak House?:cool:
 
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