Finding A Seasoned Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will find that there are numerous lawyers in the area that advertise they concentrate on your sort of case. This can make the entire process of finding one with significant amounts of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, when you follow the tips below it is possible to restrict your research on the right one out of very little time. The initial step is to generate a selection of the lawyers which are listed in your town that specialize in your needs. When you are which makes this list you should only include those that you may have an effective vibe about based on their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down through taking a little while evaluating their website. There you should certainly find just how many years they are practicing plus some general information regarding their success rates. At this moment your list needs to have shrunken further to those that you just felt had professional websites plus an appropriate volume of experience. You should then take time to check out independent reviews of every attorney. Be sure you read the reviews rather than counting on their overall rating. The information within the reviews will provide you with a solid idea of the way they connect with their customers and the length of time they invest into each case they are taking care of. Finally, you should meet up with no less than the last three lawyers who have the credentials you are searching for. This gives you some time to actually evaluate how interested they are in representing you and your case. It really is important to follow most of these steps to actually find a person containing the best degree of experience to help you get the perfect outcome.
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My Bankruptcy Lawyer Made Numerous Mistakes & Now I Am Charged W/ Bankruptcy Fraud. Why Is She Not Held Respon?
My Bankruptcy Lawyer Made Numerous Mistakes & Now I Am Charged W/ Bankruptcy Fraud. Why Is She Not Held Responsible? She Put Me In A Ch. 7 Knowing I Had Assets. She Never Gave Me A Means Test Or Told Me I Had To Go To Counseling.
If you think you lawyer made mistakes causing you financial detriment, you should report her to the state bar association for attorney malpractice.
Winning isn't easy though, because the legal profession supports its own. To prevail, you must show the negligence caused by your attorney, and that the outcome would have been materially different but for that negligence.
The means test determines whether your income is sufficiently low enough to file for Chapter 7. You have stated that you have assets. Perhaps your assets are at a level where your attorney felt you exceeded the limits necessary to file for protections of Chapter 7.
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Don't be naive enough to believe that the legal profession DOES NOT protect it's own. The perfect world of which remymort may live just does not exist. The state bar association is staffed primarily by attorneys, ex-attorneys, and/or by those with law degrees. Some of these staffers may have gone to law school with YOUR attorney or know her from attendance at court, seminars, or other events of which attorneys regularly attend such as CLE (Continuing Legal Education). Staffers at the State Bar may also empathize with your attorney because they too may have have a malpractice claim filed against them. You would be surprised at the number of attorney malpractice claims.
While I agree that the legal profession strives for fairness and justice for all, there are MANY examples where it falls far short of that noble objective.
My point is this: If you file an attorney malpractice suit, be sure to have your ducks in line because "you" have the burden of proof in showing your attorney's negligence.
Personal Injury Settlement Question?
I Have Been Dealing With An Injury Claim For Quite Some Time Now, And Both I And The Insurance Adjuster Are Very Close To A Settlement. He Stated That He Would Present My Final Offer To The Committee This Week. Can Anyone Tell What This Means And Whether Or Not The Adjuster Was Working With This Committee Throughout The Whole Process Of The Claims? We Have Been Back And Forth On Offers For The Last 4 Months
The amount of settlement is often not the adjuster's decision and, if the insurance company is using an independent adjuster, it is never the adjuster's decision. Many insurance companies have committees that review cases and approve or reject settlement figures. It's likely that the adjuster has been reporting to the committee or at least to a member of the committee since the beginning.
My Mother Passed Away A While Ago And Me And My Sister Both Got Ss Checks. I No Longer Get Mine Bc I Am Above The Legal Age But My Sister, Who Lives With Some Family Members Who Are Not Her Legal Guardians, Still Gets The Check Which Is Taken Away From Her For &Quot;Rent&Quot; And Other Expenses. The Check Is More Than Enough To Cover The
Entire Rent Which I Don'T Believe She, As A
Minor, Should Pay. Can They, Not Being Her Legal Guardians, Legally Take Her Money? Is It Worth A Fight In Court? Does She Have Any Rights Being A Minor?
The only person with legal standing to complain about the relatives taking the check is her legal guardian.
You say that the relatives she is living with are NOT her guardians. That's unusual to begin with. A court will usually appoint the people that the orphan will be living with to be the guardians, and they will get the check.
Breaking A Trust - Negligent Lawyer And Trustee Theft.?
I Was Recently Told That It Is Possible To Contest/Challenge Trust Fund Terms When One Turns 21 In Canada. Is This True? How Hard Would It Be To Do?
I Inherited A Trust From My Father 6 Years Ago. The Former Trustee [My Father'S Sister] Has Already Broken The Trust In My Opinion, She Stole Over 90K From The Trust Fund. She Was Caught And Has To Pay It Back, And Removed From The Position, Another Person At My Father'S Lawyer'S Firm Has Been Assigned As The Trust Officer. The Trust'S Original Terms Are That I Am Not To Receive It Until I Am 40, Which Every Lawyer I'Ve Talked To Has Said That They'Ve Never Seen It That High Before, And Agree That It'S Quite Ridiculous. I Am Currently 28, And I Believe I Am Mature Enough To Handle The Money. I Would Like To Put The Money Towards Furthering My Education And Providing For My Family.
My Father'S Lawyer Is Extremely Uncooperative. He Neglected His Duties By Allowing The Money To Be Stolen. He Has Lied To Me, My Lawyer, And The Rcmp. He Ignores Correspondence, I Do Not Have A Full Accounting Of The Money In The Trust. It Is Impossible To Get Any Information From Him At All. He Only Works 2 Hours A Day And Goes On 'Vacation' Frequently.I Even Went As Far To Call The Bar Society To Complain But They Claimed To Be Able To Do Nothing. I Have Been Fighting With Him For 6 Years And I'M At The End Of My Rope.
Thank You For Your Time.
21 is not an overly meaningful age in Canadian law - the reason it often gets used in trusts is unrelated to capacity of minors. (Has to do with an arcane legal rule against perpetuities...not relevant here.)
To some extent it depends on the nature and terms of the trust, but yes, it is usually possible for adult beneficiaries of a trust to apply to a court to determine (i.e. end) the trust. You'd likely need to hire your own lawyer to do it.
Are Legal Secretaries Considered Lower Than Lawyers?
If You Were A Lawyer, Would You Date A Legal Secretary?
their not lower as in human but on a schooling level they didn't go to law school and take the bar exam. and if you ask this I wouldn't hire u as my lawyer if you are one .. lawyers should not be so so opinionated or prejudice about higher or lower in anyone. would not t be fair neither would the case be either
Seeking Free Legal Advice. The Nky Bar Offers No Pro Bono Lawyers. Where Can I Get The Advice I Need?
I Live In Kentucky And A Decision Was Made Last Friday Reguarding Custody That I Need To Appeal But I Cannot Afford A Lawyer. I Am Happy To Do Footwork And Paperwork Myself But I Don'T Know What And By When?
As was indicated above, contact legal aid services for Kentucky. You also might investigate to determine if any law schools there have a legal clinic. Legal clinics are staffed by law students under the supervision of an attorney and offer legal services to the indigent.
PLEASE do not contact the listing above for prepaid legal, etc. Among other reasons, generally you can't get help for an existing legal condition, and the payments they make on your behalf to an attorney will not always cover the cost.