It's not what you sign, but where you sign
In my early years of practice (almost 30 years ago), I was fortunate to represent an outstanding young couple, Jack and Mary. When we first met, they had been married about seven years and had five young children. Jack was an unusually talented businessman and had founded a company that revolutionized a segment of the auto industry. Mary was no slouch herself. She worked side-by-side with her husband in running their business, which became quite successful. Unfortunately, at age 44, Jack ...
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