Monday Morning Quarterbacking
After the lawsuit is over is the time to indulge in “if onlys,” but with a purpose, and only for a brief period of time. Take advantage of the clarity of hindsight to see what went wrong and how it might have been prevented. Reviewing the case might lead you to consider malpractice charges against your attorney (see Chapter 17 for more on legal malpractice), but that’s not the point of this exercise.
Who Did I Listen To?
Your advisors are an important part of how you made your decisions. Who were they, other than your attorney? Why did you select them? Were they relatives? Friends? Friends of friends? Business acquaintances? Business partners? Employers? You might not even remember talking to some of the people ...