Posts tagged ‘ethics’

Collaborative Divorce: What in the World is Collaborative Divorce?

By: Danaé Woody   Collaborative divorce is a private, voluntary, non-adversarial and contractual approach to resolve a dissolution of marriage without involving the courts. Think of…

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Ethics Column: Which Came First — the Person or the Lawyer?

By Amy De Van I was in an auto accident recently — thankfully, I was fine; sadly, my car was not. It required extensive repairs, which…

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Ethics are There to Protect Attorneys, Too: A Look at How Rule 254 Can Help Us All

We always discuss ethical obligations as a protection to our clients. We owe a duty to our clients to follow the rules, to protect their confidentiality,…

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