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#LawTips101 Avoid “Legalese”

By June 30, 2020September 28th, 2022Law Tips

#LawTips101  “Legalese” can make a simple document very complicated.

While it is tempting to make contracts and communication more wordy to add weight to your advice, it increases the chance of making mistakes or creating areas of confusion that could create a lack of trust and credibility or negatively impact your advice.

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