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    Question paralegal

    I'm signing a letter for my boss, who is not present. From your website, I learned I should type "pp" but I'm wondering where to add that demarcation. As it reads now, the letter ends in the following manner:

    Yours truly,



    Peter Smith, Esq.

    cc: Mary Smith, via U.S. Mail

    PHW:tg

    Thanks for your help!


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    Re: paralegal

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I'm signing a letter for my boss, who is not present. From your website, I learned I should type "pp" but I'm wondering where to add that demarcation. As it reads now, the letter ends in the following manner:

    Yours truly,



    pp Peter Smith Esq. This is an unusual adjunct on a signature. Is there a reason for it?

    cc: Mary Smith, via U.S. Mail

    PHW:tg

    Thanks for your help!
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