Celeste Politely asked ‘Mi Heed have you eaten yet? If not, should I bring you something?
replied “faure ”
Celeste answered, “I just arrived at
some takeout later? I’m afraid
and I’m waiting Ill probably be able to rush over in two hours. How about I order you you wait too long”
After a while, Liam replied. “It’s okay I’m in a meeting, and two hours is just right”
Celeste’s mouth bed and replied, “Then, please wait a little longer, Mr. Reed”
Nicolas anxiously waited
This was a hand holding
Liam’s reply, feeling restless.
be so calm?
Did he really intend to divorce his wife and not care about being cheated anymore?
“Knock knock The car window was tapped twice
Nicolas rolled down the window.
A policeman said, “Ah, a Bentley”
Nicolas was stunned and instinctively replies, “Yeah, any problem?”
The traffic cop glanced at him, “You can’t just park your car here Move it forward a bit.”
The drama he was enjoying halfway through was suddenly interrupted by the police.
“What was your major in college?”
Mason poured her a cold drink.
Celeste turned off her phone and looked up, I studied acting”
Mason was somewhat surprised, “I thought it was a dubbing major. Why not work in your field?”
Celeste didn’t really want to talk too much about herself with outsiders, so she answered vaguely, “It’s a long story. I’ll tell you about it
some other time.”
Mason realized that she didn’t want to discuss the topic further, so he smiled and said, “Alright.”
“Do you lawyers charge a lot?”
Celeste suddenly asked this.
When they met before, she noticed that although Mason dresses modestly and wore lesser-known brands, his watch and tie clip were very expensive, as was the car he drove, which was worth millions.
She couldn’t help but wonder how much money he make to live a life like that.
Mason explained, “I’m currently collaborating with a friend’s law firm, so our fees won’t be too high. You don’t need to worry.”
Celeste hurriedly waved her hand, “I don’t mean that. You charge as you should. I’m just curious if the legal profession is particularly lucrative. I don’t mean to bargain.”
Mason smiled, “It does make good money, but it also depends on the cases you take. I have a classmate who specializes in rich people’s divorce cases, mainly property division. He charges five percent of the litigation amount.”
Celeste immediately calculated using her own ten billion as an example. Five percent is-50 million!
Celeste was shocked.
She asked softly. “Have you taken divorce cases too?”
Mason nodded, “Yes”