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Curtin FM Radio Interview with Karen Finch on ‘The Importance of Keeping a Paper Trail’

Keeping a record of all communications and documentation, no matter how trivial it may seem, could provide a solid foundation of evidence in a future legal dispute or claim.

Contracts, agreements, receipts, emails, invoices, and other correspondence, such as text messages and voice messages, all form part of your ‘paper trail’ that could become crucial if a dispute arises in either your business or personal life.

Making notes of dates, times, and conversations can prove vital in protecting your legal rights, and storing your paper trail in order, in the one place, can help you reduce costs and time.

It will also enable you to negotiate a more affordable fixed rate, as it reduces the amount of back and forth between yourself and your lawyer and the time they take seeking out the relevant documentation and evidence.

In this Curtin FM Radio interview, Jenny Seaton from the Afternoon Show interviews Legally Yours, Karen Finch, to learn more about the importance of keeping a paper trail.

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