Blog Posts in 2013

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  • Simple tasks v. complicated tasks by Justin Steele
    Simple tasks v. complicated tasks by Justin Steele

    Since starting work here at Rice Amundsen and Caperton, I have been fortunate enough to put my accounting background and minimal legal knowledge to hard work; building book cases, assembling dollies, ...

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  • Introduction to Divorce by Larry Rice
    Introduction to Divorce by Larry Rice

    Larry Rice discusses divorce, emotions and reasonableness. Explaining how the reasonable control of emotions makes the divorce process more efficient, more effective and less painful.

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  • "Thankful Every Day" by: Jennifer Bicknell

    Veterans’ Day is coming up next Monday and I wanted to take a moment to offer my thanks to all the Veterans, both those who have served in the past and those who serve today. I am thankful for the ...

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  • Basic Elements of Negligence by Justin Steele
    Basic Elements of Negligence by Justin Steele

    Today I would like to talk to you about snow blindness in cats. This is a serious issue that needs to be dealt with the utmost care and sincerity. No, I’m just kidding with you. Today, we are going to ...

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  • The Words We Say and The Words We Mean, by Jennifer Bicknell
    The Words We Say and The Words We Mean, by Jennifer Bicknell

    As attorneys, or wanna-be attorney in my case, we live by words. We live by the words we say and we live by the words we write. Often, the words we use are carefully chosen to convey a specific ...

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  • When You Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail by Courtney Sharp
    When You Fail to Plan, Plan to Fail by Courtney Sharp

    As my previous blog entries reflect, I am a planner at heart (a fact that is only strengthened through my employment here with Larry Rice). While law school and work give me plenty of opportunities to ...

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