1. You CAN Have It All — If You Know What to Ask For

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    April 18, 2014 by sandyonyourside

    So you’re almost finish drafting your complaint. All that’s left is the “prayer”– the part where you tell the judge …
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  2. Getting Your Money’s Worth??

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    April 7, 2014 by sandyonyourside

    A reader asks, “Is there really a difference between a lawyer who charges $500-600 an hour and one who charges …
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  3. How Appealing!! Taking Your Case to the Next Level

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    March 31, 2014 by sandyonyourside

     Appealing a case is stressful and confusing.  Even for lawyers. If you’re representing yourself on appeal, be prepared to devote tons …
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  4. When They Have a Lawyer and You Don’t — Ten Easy Lessons

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    March 24, 2014 by sandyonyourside

    Don’t Panic!  Just because the other side has a lawyer doesn’t mean you need one too.  Many self-represented litigants have …
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  5. Small Claims Pros and Cons

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    March 7, 2014 by sandyonyourside

    If you own your own business, small claims court can be your best friend.  It’s really the only way to …
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  6. Take Note!! Four Tips to Help You Preserve Evidence

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    February 27, 2014 by sandyonyourside

      When we experience something out of the ordinary – an accident, an assault, a viscious slur – we think …
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  7. Six Wrong Turns on the Road to Divorce — And How to Avoid Them

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    February 14, 2014 by sandyonyourside

    The whole idea of getting divorced is to be divorced, right? Then why do so many divorces go on and …
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Sandy Lundy

Sandy Lundy

Take Control of Your Case

I am an attorney, educator, and writer who has been practicing law in Massachusetts for 25 years. I have a J.D. from Yale Law School and a Ph.D. in English Literature from Columbia University. I have worked in large firms, small firms, and in the court system, most recently as Senior Attorney at the Supreme Judicial Court and Deputy Advisor to the Trial Court for Access to Justice Initiatives. I believe that law is our common language of rights and responsibilities. It is a language that is--or should be--available to everyone. Let me help you find your most persuasive legal voice.

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