Yes, in e-mails and phone conversations with an anonymous source, the person told the Globe that he and other bar officials had met with seven or eight prominent lawyers to talk about how they can get involved. One of them was Roy Weinfeld, a prominent Boston defense lawyer who worked for Mr. Kennedy at Hynes prior to his election as governor in 1990. The person said that several lawyers have approached him to get involved. “There’s definitely some interest there by some big names,” the person said.
Don’t you think it augurs poorly for our system of justice if senior members of our legal establishment are working behind closed doors on behalf of developers?
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The Essentials… It seems like a dumb question, but I know lawyers who spend an inordinate amount of time working on their significant other’s will. Other things include kids’ college envelopes, power-of-attorney agreements, bank account passwords and also investing in cleverly named trusts that are all set up for decades to come. “You can never assume you know what the person was thinking when they were alive,” one lawyer told me. Also worth noting: there is nothing more disheartening than sending somebody an email about their loved one’s wishes only to get no response. Lawyers used to say that if you could not reach your client by telephone or in person within 48 hours you should be prepared to walk away. Now it only takes 24 hours! Avoid the pitfalls… Be honest with yourself about how much time your loved ones would prefer you spend working on things for them rather than pursuing new prospects because according to SuperLawyers Magazine the number one thing people really want when they die is “they didn’t tell anyone enough” (numbers two through five are children’s attention, grandchildren’s love and health care). Only 30 percent of families even bother getting written instructions from their loved ones when it comes to making medical decisions—and half of all patients wish relatives would simply read over these instructions before they make their own decision about whether or not something needs emergency treatment or hospitalization.” What else? -” Following your heart
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