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Types Of Lawyers?
Is There A Specific Name To A Lawyer Who Does Not Specialise But Does Everything?
Eg. Corporate Lawyer, Family Lawyer Etc..
What Is The Type Of Lawyer That Does Not Specialise And Who Does Everything?
Actually, with a degree in law and membership of the Bar association, a lawyer can practice in any field of law and there are no specialization courses as In medical field !!
The law is mainly divided into two branches viz., Criminal & Civil.
Corporate law, taxation, family law, consumer law , etc.fall under the umbrella of civil law.
Child Custody Attorney?
I Am Looking For Someone In The Pennsylvania Area That Can Recommend A Attorney For Me And Me 2 Kids.
This isn't the place I'd be looking for a lawyer. Google "family attorneys in _________, PA". Depending on your income sometimes you can get a free family attorney.
My Lawyer Is Leaving His Law Firm. Is My Retainer Now Void?
I Signed A Contingency Retainer With My Attorney In A Personal Injury Claim. My Attorney Is Now Leaving His Firm And The Case Is Not Settled Yet. Do I Owe Him Any Money? Is The Contract Now Void? Can I Just Handle This Myself Now? He Is Offering To Turn It Over To His Partner To Handle.
It depends. The contract you signed maybe with the law firm vs the attorney. Many lawyers when they work in a firm have to pay a percentage of what they make to the firm. But in some cases when they leave, they take their business with them, or are prevented to take the cases if you signed in effect with the firm.
Since the case is not settled, you can either fire the lawyer or the firm that you signed on the contract. But;;;;;;be advised that in many contingency agreements, there maybe a clause that states that if you fire them or hire another lawyer, could be a "lien" on any settlement or they could bill you for costs that they incurred till you fired them.
The choice is up to you.
What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Hiring A Lawyer Vs. Doing It Yourself When Forming An Llc?
Also, Is It Possible To Fill Out All The Paperwork Myself, But Have A Lawyer Draft An Operating Agreement?
Advantages: definitely having all of your bases covered...
Disadvantages: paying a lot for something that's pretty simple to do yourself...
Suggestion?? If you're to the point of forming an LLC, you should have a lawyer on as 'consult'...you do a lot of the legwork yourself, but you save a ton of money, and you still have all of your bases covered. I've learned this from experience with my photography business.
Finding a lawyer is the hardest part...I'd suggest making a LOT of appointments with any business or business litigation lawyer in your area and simply going in for a free consult. They're all about equally adept to handle all of your needs, so you're really just looking for someone that you feel really comfortable with.
Best of luck to you!!
**Update** $200 is about right. It sounds intimidating, but it isn't really. It all depends on how much of the leg-work you're comfortable doing. I do just about all of the actual 'work' and have him review everything for me...I do this with client letters, promo materials, and studio contracts. Also, I handle everything with him via email & that's much cheaper...it's easier on him, too, b/c he can look at it at his convenience. A quick example: I drafted my studio contract; sent it to him; he sent it back within 24 hours with several changes; he charged $50 and has saved me *thousands* with the simple additions he made. Again, all business attorneys are kinda' equal, so just make sure you feel *really* comfortable with them...I really hope this helps, and congratulations on the business venture!!
"Hire A Good Lawyer"?
How Can You Tell If A Lawyer Is Good Or Not? I Paid $7000 Upfront For My Lawyer, But Someone Said That Their Price Doesn't Determine Their Effectiveness.
Well, it would be pretty tough to make a living charging fees clients won't pay. Generally, senior more experienced counsel are more expensive. Sometimes mere associates at a large firm are forced to charge more than they're worth to support the expensive office furniture they warm. The thinking is that in return for higher fees you'll benefit from her/his access to a wide array of more senior people, but in reality, the environment is usually so cutthroat, I wouldn't expect much 'sharing.'
It's very good to be clear up front about what you expect from atty and when you expect to hear from them. Time is money and, frankly, you really don't want to hear from these people unless they have something important to ask or report. Like cops, it's better when they're not around.
You would be well advised to vet atty with the local governing body/law society/bar association AND trawl the Reasons for Judgment database at the local courts website to search for her/his cases. You could certainly ask atty for the style of cause (ie., Jones v. Smith (1998), for several of his cases with facts like yours to see how s/he fared. Anyone who is reluctant to comply with such a request should be ix-nayed! Informed clients are most often easiest to work with. They're expectations tend to be within the realm of reasonable. They're not expecting natural justice, in other words, but reasonable compensation for some sort of wrong or a reasonable defense.
How Will A Lawyer Back You Up If You Were Wrong By Breaking The Law?
Lets Say You Killed Somebody And Somebody Presses Charges Against You And If That Person Who Murdered Someone Had A Lawyer To Try To Get Him Out Of Jail, How In The World Is The Lawyer Able To Back Him Up? I Mean, Most Lawyers Defend Their Clients Even If The Client Was 100% Wrong And Even If The Criminal Is Viciously Dangerous! Some Lawyers Will Even Lie, Some Will Say It Was Ok For What The Client Did And Try Any Maneuver To Get The Client Out Of Jail, And The Lawyer Will Argue Against The Case If The Person Was Wrong So In Other Words, The Lawyer Seems To Always Be On The Criminal’S Side Even If That Criminal Is Wrong And Hurt Somebody!
Why Do Lawyers Always Have To Defend Criminals? If So, How Do They Do It?
Criminal defense is just one of many aspect of law, there are lawyers who set up trusts, there are lawyers who deal in contracts between corporations, there are lawyers who are civil lawyers who defend people in personal injury cases seeking money to cover lost wages and medical expenses. Lawyers who spend all their time drafting and fighting to uphold patents.
Criminal defense is just a part of the lawyer field. If you really want to know how a lawyer copes with defending guilty people then go ask one. They all register with the state/federal bar association. You can one up who does criminal defense and go and ask them these questions.
I can give you generalizations of answers but if you really want to know find a lawyer and ask. They are doing their job, a trial is the arena where they do their best to get the best outcome for their client. This often leads to plea bargains but on the low percentage of cases that make their way to trial they do their job by doing their best to get their client found not guilty. If they don't they will lose their job or be fined. Most lawyers never ask their client if he was guilty because if the client says yes he/she did it they can't knowingly have the person lie on the stand and say otherwise.
They most likely sleep at night believe that it is better that 10 guilty people be free than to have 1 innocent person in jail.