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    Lawyer or SP ?

    My first post on this forum. I finally paid my divorce and can plan my first Threesome experience. The girls are asking same as my former female lawyer. Never had a BBBJ out of her in 10 years.If you can afford only one after a divorce which one are you recommanding ? A SP or a lawyer ?

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    Big difference. You will fuck the SP. The lawyer will fuck you. So in that regards I would go with the SP

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    You said your divorce is finalized and paid off... Why would you need to pay your lawyer some more? If you still owe your lawyer some money for the divorce, then I’d say take care of that first before booking a lady.

    Did or does your former lawyer also escort on the side, or has she ever suggested that mutual favours and arrangements could be possible between the two of you? If she hasn’t, and given her field of expertise, I wouldn’t recommend bringing up the subject with her, she could file for sexual harassment and get a lot more money out of you... But I think the likelyhood of a lawyer escorting or sugaring on the side is very low, in my opion.

    I have a thing for men in suits, and I find lawyers, especially female lawyers very attractive. Mainly due to their intelligence, confidence and inner ability to talk anything into anyone, basically them being so persuasive, that is sooo sexy to me... They’re the best liars in the game, so achieving to mind fuck one would be such a thrilling experience for me!!! Kinda reminds me of Basic Instincts, just that in the movie, it was a detective not a lawyer.

    I’ve only dated one lawyer a few years ago, he was so stuck up and boring and way too fancy for me, not my type at all. It didn’t last long. He was very comfortable financially and my friends couldn’t believe I let him go, but I just can’t be with someone just for the money. Wanting to be somewhere else, but staying for the money, I’d be miserable in no time... I can only fake for so long!!!

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    Itís a violation of the Rules of Professional Conduct for an attorney to have sex with a client unless the sexual relationship preexisted the attorney-client relationship. This is hornbook black letter ethics that everyone has to know for bar exams/fulfilling jurisdictional ethics requirements.

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    Rule 1.8(j):

    https://www.americanbar.org/groups/p...fic_rules.html

    You donít know this shit, you fail bar exams. Itís that simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    Rule 1.8(j):

    https://www.americanbar.org/groups/p...fic_rules.html

    You don’t know this shit, you fail bar exams. It’s that simple.
    (j) A lawyer shall not have sexual relations with a client unless a consensual sexual relationship existed between them when the client-lawyer relationship commenced.

    I knew about conflict of interest, but does this still apply if the case is done, closed and paid for? It doesn't specify...

    It's possible that the two happen to meet again afterwards, without planning it, and they just hit it off, that's just life happening.



    And this one particularly interesting, considering the fact that they already make tones of dollars off a case:

    (f) A lawyer shall not accept compensation for representing a client from one other than the client unless:

    (1) the client gives informed consent;

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    If the attorney client relationship has ended (case over and withdrawn and attorney is paid), the attorney may have sex with the FORMER client. The rule applies to active attorney-client relationships.

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    Well in the OP's case it should be fine then, as he stated his divorce was paid for already and he did mention she was his former lawyer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MochaLaMulata View Post
    Well in the OP's case it should be fine then, as he stated his divorce was paid for already and he did mention she was his former lawyer.
    It depends on when the sex started. If his dick was in her mouth before the end of the case, itís not fine. The rule would still be violated and itís a grievance offense.

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    Why would you fuck your lawyer? I work for a family lawyer (AKA divorce lawyer), and I always found it amusing that she charges about the same as a good SP in Montreal, except the SP didn't have to endure the soul crushing experience of law school and accrue massive debt in order to command her salary.

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    I wouldnít call law school a ďsoul crushing experienceĒ. Law school was the greatest time of my life, intellectually speaking. I came to idolize men like Benjamin Cardozo and Oliver Wendell Holmes. I still do. These are among the wisest men of modern times. They deserve to have streets and schools named after them.

    Law school is sort of like a mental boot camp. Itís like a mental version of Navy Seal Training.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    It depends on when the sex started. If his dick was in her mouth before the end of the case, it’s not fine. The rule would still be violated and it’s a grievance offense.
    We don't know that yet, he didn't say...

    But he's asking what we would choose between an SP and a lawyer, that both charge the same price.

    With the likelyhood of a lawyer offering sexual services being closer to zero, why would he pay his former lawyer any extra cash if the divorce is already paid for and she got her cut? If the lawyer in question isn't offering companionship or sexual services, then I find the OP's question kinda useless...

    So does he mean that his former lawyer offered him on-the-side escort/sugaring services? That's what I want to know!!!

    Or maybe he's asking what we would choose between a fun playtime with an SP or a lawyer's help if legal problems occured... If I had problems with the law, I don't think escort services would help me out very much! So in this case, I would pick the lawyer first!

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    Cool

    Well it depends on what you need. If your wife is divorcing you, you need an attorney for sure, and there is a high likelihood you will need an SP as well. If you can get both services to be professionally delivered by the same person, I would call it consolidation with a multi-specialist.

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    It should also be noted that when people proudly announce that their divorce is "final", and "over", it really isn't, because most divorce attorneys make a small fortune on post-judgment work. For example, if there are alimony and child support awards as a part of any judgment, and Rajah74 gets a new job making $50,000 more a year, his ex-wife will run into Court and move for a modification of the alimony and support awards. Similarly, if Rajah74's ex wife loses her job or gets demoted, she will also seek an increase in the awards by way of modification of the judgment so that a consistent level of support is maintained. The goal of divorce law is to prevent the supported spouse from becoming a ward of the state, and all of the taxpayers supporting her instead of Rajah, who vowed to do so through the marital contract.

    So to say that it is "over" or "final" is euphemistic bullshit in many or most cases. Once the financial circumstances change his ex will be running to Court, he will need to re-retainer his attorney even if his dick is in her mouth, and he will also be well advised to invest in a big jar of vaseline so he can lube his butt cheeks to prepare his ass for the hard ramming it will be taking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EagerBeaver View Post
    Rule 1.8(j):

    https://www.americanbar.org/groups/p...fic_rules.html

    You don’t know this shit, you fail bar exams. It’s that simple.
    Da Donald says: "knowing the rule and follwing the rule are two very different things."

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