Solo and Small Firm
The Practitioner Winter 2020, Volume 26, Issue 1
- Executive Committee of the Solo and Small Firm Law Section 2019-2020
- In the Wake of Dynamex, Ab5 Cleared the Path for Freelance Lawyers
- Legal Persuasion in Distinction & Differentiation
- Letter From the Chair
- Letter from the Editor-In-Chief
- Memoriam for Philip Shapiro
- Table of Contents
- The Legal Ramifications of Interpreting and Translating
- The Personal Touch Sets You Apart, Is Your Most Cost-Effective Marketing, and Provides Occasional Hugs
- the Practitioner For Solo & Small Firms
- The Role of "You" in Your Law Practice
- Three Magic Ingredients That Make an Effective Solo Attorney
- MCLE Article: What to Do If an Attorney Becomes Incapacitated or Dies?
MCLE Article: What to Do If an Attorney Becomes Incapacitated or Dies?
By Evie Jeang and Ritzel Starleigh Ngo
Evie Jeang is an accomplished founder of a thriving law firm at Ideal Legal Group. As well as an advisor, spokesperson, and board member of public and private companies. She is an expert in the matters pertaining to international and domestic family law, including but not limited to dissolution of marriage, child custody, child support, spousal support, child visitation, domestic violence and the new trendy assisted technology reproduction law (ART).
Ritzel Starleigh Ngo is a family law attorney/Partner at Ideal Legal Group, Inc. Ms. Ngo is experienced in contentious dissolutions; parentage matters; child custody and visitation, spousal and child support; property division; temporary and permanent restraining orders; including domestic violence, elder abuse, and civil harassment. She initially received family law training from the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s ("LACBA") Domestic Violence Project. She has practiced in Los Angeles, Santa Clara, San Francisco, Alameda, Orange, Ventura, San Diego, San Bernardino, and Riverside counties.
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