Dear Mr. Carver:

I am enclosing an affidavit for your signature. Please read it carefully and sign your name where indicated. You must sign before a Notary Public. The Notary Public will place his seal underneath the acknowledgement clause and will attest that you came before him to sign the document.

If you remember, at your arraignment, Judge Albright stated that you needed to submit this affidavit as proof of your treatment. Without this sworn statement, your chances of acquittal are not very good.

Please sign the document and return it to me in the enclosed envelope as soon as possible.

Very truly yours,

                                                Roger Balfour,  Esq.

 

 

Dear Mrs. Delgado:

Please call me at your convenience to set up an appointment so we may discuss your options in your pending divorce action. I would recommend that you consider alternative dispute resolution, which is similar to an arbitration proceeding.

You and your husband will appear before a person trained to hear such cases and you will discuss such topics as alimony, child support and other issues. You may at that time bring up any arrearages which your husband may owe, and together you can draw up an antenuptial agreement which will spell out the terms of your separation.

This proceeding would take place within a fairly short period of time and will generally be concluded in much less time than a lengthy court action. However, if Mr. Delgado does not agree to this, then we must adjudicate in court, as we cannot hold these sessions while one party is in absentia.

Very truly yours,

                                                Andrew C. Scott, Esq.

 

Dear Dr. Newman:

I am sending you an amended copy of the trust agreement which you set up for your son, Albert. The person whom you selected to be the administrator of your estate must sign it, as well as Albert's guardian ad litem. A notary must acknowledge all signatures. When I receive the signed copies, I will place them in my vault for safekeeping.

I would also like to remind you that you may want to consider updating your will, in order to reflect your current status. Please do not hesitate to call my office at any time to make an appointment.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Very truly yours,

Lisa Trigg, Esq.