Welcome to the GusLaw Blog
We live in a complicated world and there are so many things we are expected to know about. When we find ourselves in situations that lead to legal questions, the amount of information can seem overwhelming and contradictory. With that in mind, we decided to include the GusLaw Blog on our website. At the Ivan Gustafson Law Office we believe that the law intersects with our lives during happy times and difficult times. We plan to offer discussions about topics related to both the law and our lives, but also about the times they intersect.
We will be talking about a variety of issues, both legal topics and topics that just relate to living life. Here are some of the topics we are considering:
- Legal tips for caregivers: “There are only four kinds of people in the world; those who have been caregivers, those who are currently caregivers, those who will be caregivers, and those who will need caregivers.” Rosalynn Carter
- Someone sues you. Now what?
- The Fox versus the Hedgehog: which lawyer is right for you?
- From birth to death: Vital records and so much more
You get the general idea. This blog is not intended to be legal advice (you can read more about this on our disclaimers page), but rather a place to learn about topics that may be useful or helpful to you. Some of them will be written by us and some will be excerpts or full articles written by other sources. Some of them will be a combination of both.
The law is an interesting and complex profession and, as I have said, I believe your lawyer is your partner. These articles are our way of offering you interesting information about the law for your enjoyment. You may also find some of it useful as you move through your life. Here is just a sample of our first article. More to come.
The GusLaw Blog Foxes and Hedgehogs Isiah Berlin used a discussion of a fox and a hedgehog to describe two very different ways of thinking. Hedgehogs are focused on a single issue or vision and will be able to provide every single detail about that topic you...