What does attorney-in-fact mean?

Answer An attorney-in-fact is a person granted the legal authority to conduct financial and legal business on another person's behalf, such as buying or selling properties or acquiring or settling off deb... Read More »

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Real Estate Attorney Vs. a Trial Attorney?

Real estate attorneys and trial attorneys are subject to roughly the same certification process across the United States, including graduation from law school and passage of a state bar exam. Howev... Read More »

Can an attorney representing himself get an award of attorney's fees?

You cannot receive attorney's fees if you represent yourself--not even if you win your case--according to Michigan's Supreme Court. Because you do not charge yourself for services, requesting fees ... Read More »

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