Reflections on the Practice

In keeping with the expected amenities of professional conduct, the care and handling of our clients’ cases is the sharpest of two-edge swords. We depend upon our clients for our livelihood and for the ability to continue our practice.

Conversely, our clients depend upon us for service and direction in the legal matters which have been entrusted to us. Our reputation rises or falls upon the clients’ satisfaction with the results achieved.

 

By: John Holshouser, Practice Areas: civil litigation, damage negotiation, legal interpretations, construction and applications, wills, trusts and estate administration, business forms

We should renew our pledge to treat each client matter as our most important case. Oftentimes, for the client, it truly is.

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