Lawyers provide a number of services such as advising their clients about the merits of claims, offering strategic advice, performing legal research, and preparing legal documents. However, while these services can be invaluable, they also come at a financial cost. Because of this, many people choose to represent themselves in court.
Bob Jenson, President of the Maplewood Area Historical Society, estimates this photo to have been taken in the late 1890’s. It shows William Dawson Sr. seated in the chair while his son, William Dawson Jr., stands behind him and his grandson, William Dawson III, sits in his lap. (Photo courtesy of the Minnesota Historical Society)
Seniors citizens often receive mail that asks for their personal information in exchange for details about life insurance, funeral expense benefits or supplemental Medicare benefits. Once seniors provide their information, they are sometimes flooded with mailed solicitations or hounded by sales calls