This on-demand program addresses details of something that occurs every day in almost all law offices: opening and closing of files. It explores best practices, formal requirements, and the perspective of one lawyer about expectations when a file is either opened or closed.
This on-demand program was originally presented as an in-person session on June 10, 2022, as part of our Family Law Issues for Paralegals program. Total running time is 53 minutes.
You may also be interested in other presentations from Family Law Issues for Paralegals. Click here for the full list of presentations.
Chrisopher A. Jackson, Jackson Law
Christopher A. Jackson, Jackson Law
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