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What is admonition?

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An 'admonition' is a form of disciplinary action imposed typically upon attorneys.

Rather than issue a 'fine' or 'suspension,' bar associations and/licensing agencies will 'admonish' an attorney and/or agency.

An admonition is a very strong form of public recognition that a CA or attorney is formally 'on notice' that their actions are being closely watched by a licensing agency.

Any agency that has recently been admonished likely will want to steer clear of any licensing agency 'issues.'

As is ALWAYS the case...'well written' letters will gain you a FAR GREATER response than if you're just plain mad. If you really want to f*** with an agency...send a letter to their 'registered agent' and make certain it is very well written.

They'll pay attention.

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