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Finding A Skilled Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will notice that there are countless lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they can concentrate on your kind of case. This could make the process of finding one with a great deal of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, in the event you follow the following you will be able to restrict your quest to the right one out of very little time. Step one is to make a selection of the lawyers that happen to be listed in your neighborhood specializing in your needs. While you are making this list you should only include those that you may have a good vibe about based on their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by taking a bit of time evaluating their internet site. There you will be able to find the number of years they have been practicing plus some general details about their success rates. At this point your list must have shrunken further to the people that you simply felt had professional websites as well as an appropriate quantity of experience. You need to then take time to search for independent reviews for each attorney. Make sure to read the reviews rather than just depending on their overall rating. The info inside the reviews will give you a solid idea of the way that they interact with their customers and how much time they invest into each case they are focusing on. Finally, you will want to talk with a minimum of the past three lawyers that have the credentials you are searching for. This will provide you with enough time to truly evaluate how interested these are in representing you and the case. It is crucial for you to follow every one of these steps to actually find a person that has the right amount of experience to help you get the perfect outcome.

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Are Court Appointed Attorneys Good For Family Law?
I Have A Court Appointed Lawyer, He Has Showed Me That He Talks Alot In The Hearing We Have Had. He Helping Me To Get My Younger Children Back From Cps. He Found Evidence Against My Teen That She Is Lying In A Couple Of Things. So, Are Court Appointed Good Or Should I Get A Private? Or Can I Use 2 Lawyers?

You're lucky to have a court appointed lawyer. Most civil parties (such as yourself in your family law case) are not afforded the opportunity to have court appointed attorneys. They are different than criminal public defenders. Normally, court appointed attorneys in civil cases are private attorneys they are just serving you pro bono (free). So they have a decent level of experience.

Choosing an attorney is an important decision. If you are satisfied with the direction your case is going you should keep him.

Generally, if you hire a private attorney the court appointed one will withdraw. Usually, the reason you are given a court appointed attorney is because you cannot afford a private one. So it's not likely that you can have them both if you decide to hire one. If you hire a private attorney your current attorney will give him all the information he has.

If you do hire a private attorney you should do so prior to trial. Judges don't like it when a party switches attorneys right before trial. In fact, some judges won't let you.

Good Luck

What Does A Real Estate Attorney Do?
I Am Buying A Hud House In Toledo, Ohio. I Have A Deadline To Back Out Of The Deal And Receive My $1000 In Earnest Money Back. The Withdrawal Of The Offer Is Contingent On An Inspection Finding Something Major Wrong With The House. Of Course I Have 15 Days From The Date The Contract Was Signed By Hud To Do This. Hud Signed The Contract On 12/8 But Never Forwarded The Contract To The Agent Until 12/17. Legally (I Think) The Last Day For Me To Inspect And Withdraw Is 12/23 Which Is 15 Calender Days From The Day Hud Signed. Ok Here Is My Dilemna. I Can'T Get The Power Turned On For An Inspection Because The Electrical Box Was Tampered With. Toledo Edison Is Asking Me For A Deed To The House And Is Investigating Who Is Liable For Electricity Used Illegally. In The Meantime I Am Running Out Of Time For My Inspection. Do I Need A Real Estate Attorney. Is This Something That They Do, Should My Real Estate Agent Be Handling This? I Am In Over My Head And Dont Want This To Get Messed Up. Please Help!

A Real Estate Attorney is supposed to protect your interest to see that you don't get screwed over. The Real Estate or agent may have an attorney but that person is protecting them not you. The problem is that sometimes the attorney isn't thinking about your welfare either. You may need to prod him/her to do what you want. All things taken into account you are better off having your own lawyer than not. I hope that helps.

I Have A Question For Lawyers Or Paralegals. (No Legal Advice)?
Ok I Am A Paralegal Student. I Am Having The Hardest Time Finding Out The Process In Which Evidence Is Admitted Into Court? I Have Been All Over The Federal Rules Of Evidence. I Know That A Judge Has To Approve The Evidence Right? Before It Can Be Admitted. I Also Know That The Opposing Party Can Object To The Evidence Being Admitted Into Court, And Of Course All Evidence Must Follow The Federal Rules To Be Admitted. But What Is The Actual Process. A Paralegal Cannot Admit Evidence Right? A Paralegal Can Only Get The Evidence In Order And Then Protect It For The Supervising Attorney Right? Also I Need To Know Where To Find This Information. I Am Trying To Learn Here Lol..So I Am Not Just Looking For A Quick Answer To My Question. I Would Like To Know Where I Can Find The Information. This Is For An Interview And Investigation Class, And The Text Box Gives No Information... Sorry So Long Winded Thanks.....

It depends on the type of legal work that is being done.

The evidence (documentary) can be attached to a pleading and needs to be authenticated with a declaration.

During trial, the attorney asks the witness about the particular piece of evidence (documentary) and then moves it to be admitted into evidence. An objection can be made by the opposing side (lack of foundation, hearsay, etc.) and then the judge rules.

When I Go To Court Tomorrow Can I Ask To Speak To The Prosecutor Or Ask For A Lawyer.
I Have A Court Date Tomorrow For D.W.I & Speeding 15Mph Over.I Have Asked For A Public Defender Was Told The Don't Supply Them(If You Can't Afford 1 They Will Apoint 1).I Already Postponed The First Date.I Don't Want To Just Take Whats Giving If It's To Harsh.I Admit I'm Wrong For This But I Was Only Slightly Above The Limit(No Excuse).I Am On A Set Income Of Disabilty & I Just Slide By.I Know This Is Wrong But I Don't Want To Be Rail Roaded Because I Have No Defense.Thank You.If It Matters I Live In Missouri(St.Louis).

Do not speak to the prosecutor about your case, you do not want to jeopardize incriminating yourself, they should have all they need to know for the case. Let the court know that you can not afford a lawyer and they will provide one, most public defenders have such a huge case load that it is hard for them to keep up with each case, so be sure to let the public defender know all the information that you can supply him/her that's not in the record.

How Many Hours Does Lawyers Work Per Day ?

Most lawyers work 10 hours a day 365 days a year. They have to in order to have enough billable hours from clients to make any money. They have no personal time off for family, entertainment, or recreation. That's why 60% of lawyers quit or change jobs after the first year. It's a crummy job with a huge debt from student loans that take a lifetime to pay off.

I Need To Get In Touch With The Senior Child Support Attorney For Mississippi By Email Anyone Have It?
My Ex Is Dodging The Child Support Office And They Are Saying That They Cannot Find Him To Serve Him. So Since I Have All Of His Information I Would Like To Email It To Him Along With The Information Of The New House He Just Bought.

DONT email it to him. he probably gets THOUSANDS of spam emails just like all of us do.
Treat this information with the importance that it deserves.
Send a copy of this information REGISTERED mail to his office. Sure it will cost you $5.00 or so but it will be so worth it.
Also, purchasing houses is public record. Go to the courthouse and verify that HE did in fact buy the house (and that his mother didn't buy it and/or it is not rent to own etc)
if he did, the child support enforcement office (or whatever it is called there) can put a lien on the property!
Best of luck to you
my sympathies to your child -how sad that his/her father won't help to support him/her, but will purchase a home for himself