Law Offices of Paul Levin - December 2018

One of the Best Gifts We Can Receive


What’s the best present you’ve received? Perhaps it was a bike, maybe a doll, or it could be something your child made that you hold near and dear to your heart. Regardless, each of us remembers the great gifts we’ve been blessed with over the years. Here at the Law Offices of Paul Levin, we consider it a gift every time we receive a referral. Christmas Holidays Are Only a Time of Year Dec. 25 comes just once a year. It’s a time for the community to come together and serve each other, but the calendar turns, and we lose the immediacy of the holiday giving season. A referral, on the other hand, is a gift that continues to give to us because it allows us to assist people all year long. And We Don’t Have to Return Them The gift of a referral doesn’t turn into an errand we have to return. This isn’t to say that we work with every referral that comes our way, but we can still help almost any potential client who contacts us. We have a network of attorneys who are experienced, results- driven, and proven to help in just about any area you, a friend, or a family member need representation. The Law Buildings network of attorneys is happy to make sure you, friends, family, and

acquaintances get the care they deserve. Feel free to refer anyone over to us for a free, no-commitment consultation, and we will do our best to assist.




Roasted Chestnuts


Jack and Kelly are a certified therapy dog and handler team with Healers With Halos Therapy Dogs. Jack is a 6-year-old rescue collie adopted from Collie Rescue of the Carolinas. He is certified by the Reading Education Assistance Dogs (R.E.A.D.) program and attained his CGC title from the American Kennel Club. Jack works

• 2 pounds fresh chestnuts, unpeeled • 2–3 sprigs rosemary • 1/2 cup unsalted butter, melted • 2 teaspoons kosher salt, or more to taste

• Pinch of freshly ground nutmeg • Freshly ground black pepper, to taste

many venues, bringing comfort and happiness to the young and old.


1. Heat oven to 450 F. 2. Place a large sheet of foil on a rimmed baking sheet. 3. On a large, flat workspace, place chestnuts flat side down. Using a sharp knife, carve an X on the rounded side of each chestnut. 4. In a large bowl of hot water, soak chestnuts for 1 minute. 5. Pat dry and transfer to a medium bowl. Add rosemary, butter, salt, pepper, and nutmeg. Toss to coat and transfer to baking sheet. Arrange in a single layer. Gather the edges of the foil together, leaving an opening at the top. 6. Roast until peels curl up, about 30–45 minutes. 7. Transfer to a platter and serve while hot or warm.


Attorneys Paul Levin & Kelly Kasheta

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