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Re: travel expenses

Postby diy » Wed Jan 17, 2018 7:07 am

why not just agree what needs doing and draw up a rota?
My suggestions are not legal advice
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Re: travel expenses

Postby BoJangles » Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:05 am

diy wrote:why not just agree what needs doing and draw up a rota?

Attorney 2 did without consulting attorney 1. Joint and severely on PoA.....but as soon as attorney 1 found out money was being exchanged from the donor to attorney 2, A1 objected. Now A2 is now saying 4 days to A1s 3 days are unfair. A1s travel costs are exceptionally higher than A2s who could literally walk to the donors. A1 has health problems and as it is is only left with 2 days in the week to a/ work (homebased) b/ arrange A1s appointments to try and fit in with these 2 days c/ phone calls to try and get more professionals on board. Attorneys ay lmao
Note: I am not a lawyer...just learnt a fair bit on that hideous road called litigation
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