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« Wisdom | Main | Should You Pay a Legal Secretary? »

July 01, 2008


Lisa Solomon

Rick, I must respectfully disagree with your analysis. From the Legal Blog Watch post: "Ever since, he has been unemployed, living off his assets and savings, making only "minimal attempts" to obtain other work by applying for low-paying jobs for which he has no experience."

I clicked through to the decision, and the post accurately summarizes the court's conclusion. Basically, the guy has sat on his duff and not done much in the past seven years. He applied only for positions for which he was not really qualified. He also did not change his own lifestyle.

Don't get me wrong: I completely agree with your premise that there's no time like the present to make the leap to solo-dom.

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