When Dickens’ Bleak House Got Me Through the Day

Not All Lawyers are Rich

Dickens. Hollyer, Samuel, 1826–1919, engraver. Library of Congress.

When a trusts and estates lawyer is down on his luck, his calendar empty, his phone silent, his bank account dwindling, and he questions whether he will ever again walk through the courthouse door, there is only one inspiring feel-good story with the power to pull him out of the funk and get him back in the game.

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I am a retired elder law attorney who lives near Portland, Oregon. I write legal mysteries for Salish Ponds Press and articles about being old.

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I am a retired elder law attorney who lives near Portland, Oregon. I write legal mysteries for Salish Ponds Press and articles about being old.

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