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Ethics, Morals and The Law

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     All attorneys must go through rigorous education, schooling and testing before becoming licensed attorneys withing a state. A big part of an attorney’s education, other than fully and thoroughly knowing the law, is learning to abide by the lawyer’s code of ethics and responsibilities that all lawyers must comply with. It is ensuring, no matter which type of law a lawyer may practice, that they do so with dignity and a proper moral compass.

     An attorney is an officer of the court and the legal system. Practicing an array of different types of law, including but not limited to, immigration law, family law and divorce, real estate, foreclosure defense, litigation, bankruptcy, criminal, probate, wills and estates, trust, power-of-attorney and more, our attorneys are able to assist in your legal needs. It is a lawyer’s duty to ensure each and every case, and client, is taken care of to the best of the lawyer’s ability, in a legal, ethical and professional manner. As licensed attorneys, lawyers are able to provide clients with legal advice and a way to navigate the complex waters of the law.

     No matter the type of legal case - immigration, family law, litigation, criminal, real estate, probate, etc., an attorney must always remain ethical and objective. Attorneys are counselors, advisors, (and sometimes mediators) for their clients and thus held to the highest of moral requirements and expectations. This also includes keeping attorney-client confidentiality and striving “to attain the highest level of skill, to improve the law and the legal profession and to exemplify the legal profession’s ideals of public service.”*

     Each and every case is unique and sometimes, the nature of the case can change throughout the duration of the legal proceedings. Attorneys are, of course, equipped to handle anything that might be thrown their way; ensuring they are legally, ethically and morally handling the tasks they are presented with. A great way to get a feel for a potential attorney, you might be wanting to retain for your legal case is, to schedule an initial consultation that gives you a chance to speak with the attorney directly and discuss your case. Our office handles a variety of different practice areas, we know the legal process might be new to navigate and stressful at times, and we are here to ensure each and every case is handled effectively, completely and with care.

     If you have any questions or need to consult a licensed attorney regarding your legal case, you can always turn to the Law Offices of Eugene Mogilevsky! Our attorneys practice a broad range laws such as immigration law, family law and divorce, real estate, criminal law, bankruptcy, litigation, probate, wills, trusts, intellectual property law, contracts and more! You can contact our office online by submitting a Contact Form at Contact Us | The Law Offices of Eugene Mogilevsky ( or by directly calling our office at (317) 743-7958.

Disclaimer: This blog post is for educational and informational purposes only and is not to be taken as legal advice in any capacity. Reading this blog does not constitute or establish an attorney-client relationship.

*Useful links and references:

“Model Rules of Professional Conduct: Preamble & Scope” American Bar Association,

“Rules of Professional Conduct” Indiana Rules of Court,