Definitions for "Attorney"
One who is legally appointed by another to transact any business for him; an attorney in fact.
A legal agent qualified to act for suitors and defendants in legal proceedings; an attorney at law.
Person accepted by a manorial court to stand in the place of another. (Bennett, Judith M. Women in the Medieval English Countryside, 233)
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a business advisor, who contributes a practical business approach as well as problem solving skills to, among others, facilitating operations and avoiding problems
a must, but there often are other professional advisors who can help ensure a good outcome
Legal advisor and consultant. Usually paid by the hour. Loves the word "Uh Oh." Usually associated with expensive mistakes by people who don't keep a Set of Books and/or play around with tax deductions. See Taxes, Deductions and IRS.
a better and more reliable choice than opinions from faceless people replying to a post in a N/G chosen by random
a trained professional, with knowledge and experience, to help guide a litigant through what can be a very complicated and cumbersome
a key member to the team but we are constantly amazed at how many tenants fail to seek out this type of expertise
a member of a city council
a vital player in real estate transactions in Illinois, working with the buyer and seller, lender, title insurance company, and realtors to protect the interest of his or her clients
A substitute; a proxy; an agent.
To perform by proxy; to employ as a proxy.
a more effective counselor if he or she has developed this capacity
a very useful thing to have when dealing with immigration like issues
a necessary part of the closing process as they oversee the title search, order title insurance and prepare the loan package
The attorneys involved in a home loan transaction have three roles to play: They obtain the cancellation figures from the bank where the seller had a mortgage loan; Transfer the property out of the name of the seller; Register the property in the name of the buyer. One, two, or three attorneys may be involved in any one mortgage loan transaction.
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an important
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See power of attorney.