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I had a family law issue that was unusual, and I contacted quite a few family law and elder law attorneys who I’d found online with quotes or articles about the issue central to my case. The bottom line was that none of them wanted to take it on, as it was not something they’d actually litigated before. Finally, an attorney I called, who had extremely impressive credentials, told me that while she wouldn’t take my case, she knew an attorney she thought might be interested. She referred me to Adam Schanz, and after speaking with him on the phone, we met and spent about an hour discussing my case. Although Adam told me he’d never litigated this particular issue before, he demonstrated a sound understanding of the various arguments and aspects of the case, and said he was eager to represent our side, as he strongly believed we were in the right. Please run away from this SHADY SHADY company.

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”Boggs hasn’t seen much competition or benefit from DIY and the outside players. But that doesn’t mean it isn’t affecting his business strategy. “We think there may be a place for us in that DIY market. I would hate to see as big a trend as that is going to be and ignore it. We are looking at options. ” What he is more excited about is the growing market overall. “I think we are going to be able to compete. I don’t think they will be able to take over the market. I was concerned years ago when the $99 and free alarms started appearing, so we started to do more commercial work. It changed, but it didn’t kill it. We still do a lot of residential.

 

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Once again, I recommend the "The Professor and the Madman" about the construction of the OED. Word nerds will love it. One of my schoolmates parents kind of adopted us, we called them our second Mom and Dad. The Dad was full of these old timely phrases and this brought back fond memories of them both. She was the "OH MY STARS and GOOD GRAVY" type, he was more HOLY TOLEDOkind of a guy. In their older years she would get up and kind of hobble across the room, his favorite saying was "What's the matter Old Paint, throw a shoe?" I'm pretty sure she didn't appreciate that, but took it all in good humor.