Consulting Attorney can make situations smoother

Attorney Adam Fried tells Cleveland Jewish News: “There are infinite reasons someone could consult an attorney, even general problems that people experience in their everyday lives. Whether it’s contracts, a tax controversy or estate problems like I deal with, you might want to consult with someone.” In Fried’s area of practice, he has plenty experience dealing with elderly parents. For example, he said had a case where two sisters called him regarding their mother’s competency and neither could agree where she would live. Many times, he said, the parties make everything that was ever an issue. Fried said other life-changing situations, such as end-of-life preparations, could be approached smoothly if an attorney were involved.

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