[Note: This is another in a series of posts on “red flags in legal bills.” The posts are taken from my article “Red Flags in Legal Bills: What Warning Signals are Attorneys Sending?”]
Simple documents (especially form documents) should require little, if any revision. While more complex documents may require some minor revision, too much time billed to revise documents or too many people involved in the revisions should always raise a red flag. Here’s why.
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