Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will find that there are many lawyers in the area that advertise which they focus on your sort of case. This can make the procedure of finding one with a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, should you follow the following it will be easy to define your research to the correct one out of very little time. The first task is to make a set of the lawyers that are listed in the area focusing on your situation. When you are causeing this to be list you must only include those which you have a great vibe about based upon their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by taking some time evaluating their webpage. There you must be able to find how many years they have been practicing and several general specifics of their success rates. At this moment your list needs to have shrunken further to the people that you simply felt had professional websites plus an appropriate quantity of experience. You should then take time to search for independent reviews for each attorney. Be sure you see the reviews rather than just counting on their overall rating. The info inside the reviews gives you a solid idea of the way that they communicate with their clientele and how much time they invest into each case they are concentrating on. Finally, you will want to meet up with at the very least the final three lawyers who have the credentials you are interested in. This provides you with time to truly evaluate how interested they are in representing your case. It can be imperative that you follow most of these steps to ensure that you find a person which has the proper degree of experience to help you the perfect outcome.
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Help Real Estate Law Question....?
Seller And Purchaser Enter Into A Contract For The Sale And Purchase Of Real Property For A Price Of $175,000. The Property Has A Value Of $190,000. The Purchaser Fails To Perform.What Is The Amount Of Money Damages To Be Awarded To The Seller? What Is The Amount Of Money Damages Owned To The Purchaser If The Seller Fails To Perform?
Are you asking what the law says or what would actually happen. For the law it would be costs of either party and the deposit in the buyer failed to perform. In theory they could get the value of the contract (not the appraised value) or possible the appraised value minus actual value for the buyer, but in actual practice it would never happen. This really may not help if this is a textbook question (since I'm kinda vague here) but its an annoying question more interested in what the law kinda says than in reality.
For what would actually happen is they'd probably bicker back and forth for awhile calling each other nasty names and questioning whether one or the other was sired by dogs, or worse. One or both would get lawyers who would send legalistic but vague letters back and forth. They'd both threaten the closing agent with terrible penalties if they released the deposit to either one of them but eventually they'd probably settle for splitting the deposit in some way to mollify them both (anywhere from buyer gets it all to seller gets it all but rarely would I expect more than the deposit to be agreed upon).
How Do I Go About Temporary Guardianship?
I Am A Full Time College Student Who Just Graduated With My First Degree And I Am A Single Parent With Two Boys. My Oldest Is 3 Going On 4 And My Youngest Is 1. I Do Work Part Time, But Is Not Enough To Take Care Of My Little Family. My Mother Wants Full Custody Of My Boys But I Am Just Afraid That If I Give Her Full Custody Of My Boys She Will Cut Off All Relationship With Me And My Boys. I Do Feel That I Can Take Care And Raise My Boys To Be Good Men In The Future, But As Of Right Now I Don'T Have What It Takes To Raise Them. My Degree Is Only A Undergrad Degree And As Of Right Now I Am Looking To Transfer To A University. Once I Am Finished With School And Get A Really Good Job I Will Then Be Ready And Excited To Raise My Boys How I Want To Raise Them. So Until Then I Will Not Give My Mother Full Custody But I Am Looking To Give Her Temporary Guardianship.
Guardianship is a relatively easy procedure. You can get the forms at probate court and fill them out. Your mother takes them in to probate court and files them. They have a hearing and if the guardianship is not contested then they will grant it. It doesn't affect your parental rights but it gives you mother 'custody' in that she can make all medical/educational decisions for the children.
That said, think long and hard about this. Temporary guardianship is for 6 months. At the end of that term, your mother can file for permanent guardianship. That's very similar to custody. Even though you would still have parental rights, she would have 'care and custody' of the children. And she would legally be able to cut off contact with you. That you're fearful she might do that should be a clue that she probably would, as soon as she is legally able to. Also, the only way to dissolve permanent guardianship would be for you to go back into probate court and file to have a hearing. You couldn't just show up and claim your children. The burden of proof would be on you to show that the children would be better off with you. And if they had been with your mother for a couple of years the court would look at the emotional impact of removing them from your mother's care and might deny your request to dissolve the guardianship. Think carefully before you do this. It might be better to work full time to support yourself and your children and go to school part time rather than give your mother guardianship.
Natural Fathers' Rights?
My Father Did Not Sign Any Consent Or Relinquishment For My Adoption (In 1970). I Hope That Fathers Rights Are More Protected These Days
The State I Was Born In Has An Adoption Registry Where, If You Are Alive And/Or Actually Know About The Registry, Parents And The Adoptee Plus Any Siblings Can Register To Be 'Matched'.
I Have Two Questions
1. Is It Fair To Never Have Knowledge Of Each Other Because One Party Is Deceased And Therefore Cannot Register
2. Is It Fair That A Party Is Disqualified From Registering Because They Did Not Sign The Relinquishment Or The Adoption Happened Without Their Knowledge Or Consent?
Mutual consent registries assume many things that have already been pointed out. They also assume that the only thing adopted persons want is reunion. Therefore, this is thrown to them like the leftovers scraps to a dog. It gives lots of people the feeling of satisfaction that adoptees and natural parents are being accommodated, so open records need not be an issue. As we see by the variety of answers by adopted people, some want reunion, some don't and some simply want information.
Of course, they also assume that somehow birthparents have a right beyond the average citizen simply because they relinquished (whether they know they did or not.) This mysterious and never proven right of "birthparent anonymity" is apparently so sacred that it goes beyond the grave.
To answer your direct questions, it is completely not fair to people who are dealing with the deceased or for those who never knew an adoption occurred in the first place. This affects not only natural fathers who never knew, but adopted persons who are not told they were adopted.
Adopted citizens are the only persons in our society who are denied the right to access the factual records of their own births. This unequal treatment under the law is discrimination, and therefore it is wrong.
It doesn't matter if a person wants reunion or not. It doesn't even matter if a person cares whether or not he or she has the right of access enjoyed by his or her non-adopted counterparts. They were many women who did not care about the right to vote. Some women were actually against it. But, because the discrimination is wrong, the right to access for adopted citizens needs to be restored, just as the right for women to vote needed to be instated, whether some women wanted it or not.
Arkansas Alimony Laws?
We Need Assistance In Determining Whether Arkansas Is An Alimony State And How To Prove That Someone Recently Got Married, Should The Alimony Be Revoked? We Don't Mind The Child Support But The Alimony Seems A Bit Unfair. Our Current Attorney Seems Unwilling To Dig Into This. We Appreciate Any Help That Is Offered.
Go Hogs! Beat 'TEXAS! Sorry. Not sure about the alimony part, but it seems like we would be. The marriage part is easy because it is a public record. You should be able to go to the court house or wherever they keep public records and you should be able to view them. Getting a copy should not be a problem and you have your proof. Public records are there for the public to view at any time(during hours of operation) make use of that. Get a new lawyer too.
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Best Law School Options?
I Am Currently On Track To Graduate With A Ba In Accounting(Honors). From There I Plan To Attend Law School.
I Was Thinking Of Trying To Get Into Schools Like Harvard, But Worry About Cost. Does The Law School I Choose Make A Huge Difference In Terms Of Career?
With Cost In Mind Would There Be A Huge Difference Between A State University School Of Law As Opposed To An Ivy League School Like Harvard.
I graduated from Harvard Law School. When I was coming through, everyone who wanted to work in a large law firm paying top wages (which now would be $160,000/year) had multiple job offers from them. I was in the lower 40% of the class but I had job offers from those types of firms all around the country. It's still the same today, despite a much worse job market. So an HLS degree is a ticket to high-paying jobs, and even if you are terrible as a lawyer, you can bounce around from one high-paying job to others for at least around 10 years, and easily repay any law school debt. (Some people didn't want this, and they just found jobs in public interest organizations or the like, and others ended up clerking for the Supreme Court or other prestigious courts.)
Columbia U. has the best job record of any law school in the country since it's in a legal gold mine, NYC, and it's just easier for more firms to come to campus to offer jobs.
No state school even comes close to that employment track record. UVA, Berkeley and Michigan are the only state schools that have top law schools, and even significant portions of their classes don't get jobs.
Look at http://www.lstscorereports.com/national/ for the full numbers on jobs, costs, etc.
Finally, while where you go to law school matters less as the time out of law school grows (and your client base and skills matter more), going to Harvard or the like gives you a significant starting advantage in your career (and thus a significant starting advantage in growing your bank account).
But, please--comparing a typical state school to Harvard?
I Need Legal Representation, Free Or Arrangements Made?
Recently My Ex And I Agreed To Go Through The Tx Attorney General For Child Support That I Send For Our Two Older Children. I Figured In The 25% That It Would Amount To And Budgeted, Etc. The Oag Lady That Took The Case Decided To Take 65% Of My Income-Which Is Against The Law-Under A Clause. The Clause States That &Quot;If Obligor Intentionally Underworks Or Doesn'T Work At All, The Amount Can Be Based Upon A 40 Hr Wk. They Didn'T Interview Me Or Anything So They'Ve No Idea What My Intentions Are! I Need To Fight This For Two Reasons: 1) I Can'T Lose More Than Half Of My Income, And 2) For Anyone Else Who Has Had Trouble With Them. &Quot;They&Quot; Serve A Great Purpose But They Are Not Above The Law Nor Have The Right To Assume Anything And Wrongfully Take From Good Parents Who Are Truly Trying. Someone Pls Help Me
Well you have the right to disagree with the AG 's office. It is the judge who ultimately decides the proper and legal amount of support owed. I have never heard of an AG doing something this overboard. Do not sign the agreement! Insist upon taking the issue before a judge. If you have already signed it then that is a different story because then you need to get an attorney and try to modify the terms of the court order. You might also try to talk to the caseworker's supervisor.