You Have the Right to Remain Silent

You Have the Right to Remain Silent

The right to remain silent means that at any point you can invoke that right and refuse to answer questions from police officers, detectives, or other prosecutorial representatives. The U.S. Supreme Court in 2010, however, limited that right in the case of Berghuis v....
Attorney Thomas Spencer IV Joins Pucci|Pirtle

Attorney Thomas Spencer IV Joins Pucci|Pirtle

Pucci | Pirtle is excited to announce that the firm is expanding in order to meet the needs of our current and future clients, and with this expansion we are pleased to welcome Attorney Thomas Spencer IV to the firm! Thomas Spencer earned his Bachelor of Arts from...
Retainer Fees: Explained

Retainer Fees: Explained

When you hire a divorce or family law attorney, you will be required to pay the firm a retainer fee. A retainer is a fee that you pay to your attorney when you hire them to represent you. Pucci | Pirtle, LLC only takes security retainers. A security retainer is an...
When Should You Review Your Estate Plan?

When Should You Review Your Estate Plan?

By now, most of you have estate plans. Right? If not, stop reading and call us. If you do, you need to make sure that your plan is up-to-date and that it not only reflects your current wishes but also your current financial circumstances. So when should you review...