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"The Situation" Is In a "Situation" With His Own Attorney Richard Wolfe!


And by "situation" I mean he is being sued for passing a bad check to his long-time lawyer Richard Wolfe:
Per the complaint, Wolfe Law is asking the Sorrentinos to pay them $29,175.20. Wolfe Law says that the Sorrentinos attempted to repay at least part of the balance, but the checks cut by the brothers a few months ago never cleared. . . .When asked for comment, Wolfe noted that "it's never smart to bounce a check to your own lawyer."
True dat, peeps.

Richard has handled many cases for this client, some of which we have happily documented here, here, here, here, here, well you get the idea.

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  1. It's hard out here for a pimp.

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  2. I hope Richard gets paid. He's a very nice guy. I litigated a case against him for several years and he's such a gracious person outside the courtroom (and occasionally inside).

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  3. Happy Friday, SFL.

    Any team faves for The World Cup-- Argentina or Germany?

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  4. Don't cry for Argentina!

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  5. Who doesn't make The Situation pay upfront?

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  6. Germany been my second choice and first when he lads from England were knocked out. Ich Bein ein Berliner.

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  7. Not a fan of Richard Wolfe at all, but I guess he should get paid what he's owed.

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  8. The Situation is probably "judgment proof," these days. Sad, but likely true. Let's face it: No one buys ab-workout videos anymore.

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  9. It will be interesting to see how that plays out. I will have to follow this story. You don't want to have a disagreement with your lawyer.
    Bill | http://www.patrickcashlawyers.com.au

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  10. Wolfe is an asshole but we simply cannot have clients failing to pay counsel! Go get 'em Dick!

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