Many of you have seen the TV series Charlie's Angels. If you haven't, this was a popular TV series that lasted five seasons and had over 100 episodes back in the 70's. This was about the adventures of three females working in a private detective investigation agency. The people that started the show picked young ambitious women to portrayed the angels. It was a huge success and eventually the drama made it to the big screen in the year 2000. In the movie, the angel's had to rescue Charlie. Are you familiar with the story?
As I write this blog, there are too many similarities with The Baez Law Firm and the adventure of the angels. I am reminded every day that I work with three female attorneys, who are young and ambitious. These attorneys have rescued me from time to time. Although we are not in California, we are in the seventh largest city in the US, San Antonio. One of the attorneys about a month ago paused and said, why don't we call ourselves, Edgar's Angels. The rest is history. That's why I have taken delivery to write this post on our blog.
Although I don't believe that we are going to spend any actual marketing money to rebrand our law firm, the attorneys and staff believe that it would be funny to make fun of the similarities. I know that if you have come to our law firm, you can appreciate the uniqueness of our staff attorneys. Three female attorneys working every day and the clients would want to meet "Charlie," or in this case "Edgar" but they can because he is an allusive individual. Do not be afraid, he shows up every once in a while.
If you are thinking to coming into our firm, do not let this post to deter you from coming to see us. You will see that we are very professional but you too will laugh when you see the similarities in the characters. That been said, I hope that you (the reader) can appreciate this post and its intention. Conversely, I was reminded that we have another set of angels. Jason's Angels! Our Administrator, the second men in our law firm, also works with three females. Two paralegals and one case manager. However, he is not so allusive, or at least he can't be.