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On June 12, 2014, Attorney Susan C. Ryan, along with other members of the Plymouth County Bar Association, attended a guided tour of the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds. The tour was hosted by the Registrar, John R. Buckley, Jr., Esq.
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On June 13th and 14th our team, "Legal Eagles," had a great time participating in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life in Abington.  Thank you to everyone who made a donation to our team! 
When My Case Is Over, What Happens to My File?
After what sometimes seems like an eternity, your case has gone to judgment, you have finally signed those estate planning documents, or your house has finally sold. Between the time you made that first phone call to schedule a consult with an attorney and now, your file has most likely grown in size with all the documents that have been produced or exchanged. Now that your legal matter has concluded, what happens to your file? Given the recent news story concerning old files from a law office that were being stored inappropriately, we thought it would be a good idea to inform our clients, and potential clients, what we at the Law Office of Susan Castleton Ryan, P.C., do with your file at the conclusion of your case.  Click Here to Read More


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