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Family Law Ch 2 vocab/concept review

It is unethical to obtain information from online social networks if doing so involves (blank).
Applying a law or legal principal to the facts of a case is giving legal advice and is the unauthorized (blank), three words
Person who maintains a database that contains the names of all clients that the office represents or has represented, and all persons who have had significant relationships with such clients, e.g., name of spouse of client, and for each prospective client, searches the database to determine whether connections exist between the prospective client and current or past clients, brings them to the attention of the supervising attorney, two words
An advocate should not contact an opposing party without permission of the latter’s attorney. If the party is unrepresented, the advocate must not convey the impression that the advocate is disinterested (uninvolved), two words.
A paralegal should never advise someone how to hide (blank) so as to make them unavailable for property division, spousal support, or child support
Paralegals who function without proper supervision are engaged in the (blank) practice of law
Pertaining to information that others do not have a right to receive, two words.
False or misleading advertising in the newspaper, on television, on the Internet, or in other media, An example is advertising that creates unjustified expectations of the results the attorney will be able to obtain in the case, two words
three major errors committed by family-law attorneys that lead to legal malpractice suits are 1.(blank) to know or properly apply the law, 2. (blank) to follow client instructions (blank) to obtain client consent or to provide the client with needed information about the case, one word.
A paralegal must make sure that everyone involved in a case knows that he/she is not an (blank)
A method of practicing law in which the attorneys and parties seek to resolve their family law differences without litigation. To encourage settlement, the attorneys refuse to continue representing the parties if litigation becomes necessary; the parties must find other attorneys if the case goes to trial. Clients must give informed consent.
An attorney or paralegal should never give a (blank) to a client, a promise of a particular result
Mixing client funds with office funds in the same account, unethical in a law practice.
Prohibited practice of giving a nonlawyer part of the fee of a particular client, often done as payment for making a referral of the client, hyphenated word
A paralegal must not (blank) a family law case
This is allowed only in cases where there are little or no adverse interests of the parties and the parties consent after an explanation of the dangers of such representation
Divided loyalties that actually or potentially harm (or disadvantage) someone who is owed undivided loyalty, three words
Rules that embody standards of behavior to which members of an occupation, profession, or other organization are expected to conform
A paralegal must not accept anything of (blank) for referring a case to his/her law office
A paralegal must not (blank) a part of the fee of a particular client even if the attorney offers it to you
In what kind of family-law case must the attorney make clear who the client is?
A notary should never (blank) a signature unless he/she is present and saw the signer place his/her signature on the document
A paralegal must not set a (blank)
An attorney or paralegal may not have (blank) with a client