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The raison d’être for our law practice

Dear Clients and Friends,

The raison d’être (reason for being) of our Law Office is to efficiently and effectively resolve legal problems for productive and helpful people so that they can have their productive and helpful lives rapidly returned to them in full.

We invite you, or others that you care to help, to call us for a free phone evaluation of either of your legal problems.

The emphasis of our practice is in Real Estate, Business and Family law matters.

Having been a former attorney with the IRS, a Supervisory Attorney with the United States Small Business Association, a Judge Pro Tem with the Los Angeles Superior Court and several decades in private practice we submit that we may also be of some meaningful help in additional areas of the law, including, but not limited to, top recommendations to other attorneys locally, nationally and internationally.

Questions, such as the ones below are invited: .

-Do I have a case?

-How much will it cost?

-What can I do on my own?

-Can you help me with a legal problem that is out of State or even out of the Country?

Looking forward to hearing from each of you.

To add some nostalgia and some smiles to this message, do check out the link below of Frank, Dean, Sammy and Johnny Carson in a classic moment.


Best,

Ron

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