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DanXnguyenesq

I met a an attorney who worked for another attorney who practiced in this area of law. He only had a couple of cases, but that bankrolled his entire practice for a good amount of time.

Corinne A. Tampas

Death and taxes! How appropriate to post this on April 15th!

As far as regulations are concerned, there is also another good resource, a blog by Kansas attorney William Staler, www.deathcarelaw.com which may be of interest to anyone contemplating this practice area.

Judy Young

Morbid yes, but necessary I suppose.

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