Lucinda Hopkins, Attorney at Law

Facts

Facts

Successful legal advocacy depends on well researched, professionally prepared written documents. This takes time. Time that takes you away from your ongoing law practice.

Issue

Issue

How to produce thoughtful, persuasive pleadings while taking care of the daily demands of your practice?

Rule

Rule

Written legal advocacy forms the backbone of practicing law. Hastily prepared documents undermine the client's entire case. Well written advocacy guides and directs the court to rule in your favor.

Application

Application

I contract with you to produce clear, thoroughly analyzed legal documents. For three decades I have prepared pleadings on negligence, family law, probate law, business law, and property law issues. I have served as counsel in confidential court-appointed appeals and assisted attorneys in over twenty matters to the NH Supreme Court. Before practicing law, I was a journalist. I understand deadlines. I understand your need for cogent writing at a reasonable cost.

Conclusion

Conclusion

In your practice you should not and you need not sacrifice written legal advocacy. Please review my redacted writing samples and the results.


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