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Need Advice On Law School?
This Is For Anyone With Actual Experience Concerning My Question. I Am At The Point Where I Am Considering Law School. My Wife Is An Rn, So We Can Afford For Me To Go. I Have A Bs In Computer Science And Will Graduate With A 3.95 Gpa. I Will Take The Lsat This June. I Hear Horror Stories All Over The Net About &Quot;Don'T Go To Law School&Quot;. The Problem Is, I Really Have My Heart Set On It. The School I Will Hopefully Be Attending Is At The Top Of The Second Tier. I Live In A Small Suburban Area And Hope To Practice Here Also. Any Advice On The Job Outlook Say Three Year Down The Road? Also, If Any Lawyers Answer, Have You Found Your Career Choice Rewarding? Thanks For Any Advice.
A lot of people go to law school for the prestige and the money. Your application essays will all basically have to answer the same question: why do you want to go to law school? If you can't answer that question passionately, don't bother. Law school is stressful, expensive, and difficult. Attorneys have rates for alcoholism and suicide that are among the highest of all professions.
Make sure you're doing this for the right reasons, but if you're sure, it's a great experience.
As far as jobs go, who knows what the economy will look like in three years? My friends who are at less competitive schools are having an incredibly hard time right now, but if you're interested in a small practice as the answer above suggests you should have an easier time than those looking for the big firm jobs.
Anyone Use Lexington Law Firm?
Has Anyone Ever Used Lexington Law Firm?? Is It A Good Company To Use
You don't state the reason for hiring the Lexington Law Firm.
If you need a lawyer, the best advice I suggest to you is to talk to family, friends and co-workers. Ask them, if they ever hired a lawyer for a divorce, bankruptcy, personal injury or just a will. Then if they have, ask them did they do a good job and if they needed to hire a lawyer again, would they use that same lawyer?
Most of the best lawyers out there, NEVER advertise, since all of their legal work is usually from past clients that were pleased with their services or from referrals of past clients that suggested that lawyer.
What Are The Most Top Paid Careers Besides Physicians And Lawyers?
I Am 15 And Want To Know Which Field To Take So What Are The Most Top Paid Careers Besides Physicians And Lawyers.That Make At Least 85,000 A Year Plus Yearly Bonuses.
CEO, their basic salary isn't that top notched but their bonuses are very big. Pharmacists are also in the high, and plus their job is very easy, basically they just double check what their assistant does. Surgeons are very high paid as well, because their work has lots of liability on it.
What Can I Expect From A Child Custody Case?
Pleaseee, I Need Some Help, I Need To Know What To Expect From My Upcoming Child Custody Case For My Daughter.
A Little History, My Ex-Boyfriend, Who I Never Married Is Taking Me To Court To Have Timesharing And Shared Parental Rights For My Daughter. My Daughter Is 4 Years Old, Barely Knows Her Father As He Is In And Out Of Her Life. At This Time, She Does Not Want To Go With Her Father When I Tell Her She Has To Go Visit Him. I Have An Injuction Against Him Because He Threatened Against My Life. He Pays Minimum Child Support. He Recently Married, But Had A Domestic Violence Episode In His Home Between His New Wife And Himself. He Is Asking Again, For Shared Custody And Timesharing For Holidays, Alternate Weekends, Days In The Week, And Vacation Time. I Am Scared For My Child'S Safety In This Man'S House, And For My Daughter'S Emotional And Psychological Well-Being. He Lives With His Wife And Her Daughter, Not His Daughter.
What Are My Chances In Court??? I Want Him To Have Supervised Visits At First, And Then A Gradual Increase To Ease The Transition When She Spends Full Weekends With Him.
Please Please Give Me Your Best Advice,
its different for everyone. soundos like your going to do ok because of the injunction and the domestic viloence with the new partner if it is on record.
anything not on record will be considered a he she said kind of deal that is how my modification went. its really hard to say. in oregon they are very wierd about very wierd things.
I will tell you this, be honest in everything you say if you are ever caught in alie your done.
I refused to accuse my ex of child molestation so i got fried in court..
as far as visitation goes no way to say either way. if you have the domestic thing on record your good. I have found in my case the courts are very supportive of fathers who expunge their criminal records.
I actually just hired a lawyer today to do a change of circumstance and im a wreck.
I also have no idea what will happen. what scares me is that if a judge is in a bad mood i could lose custody of my son.
my ex got married and took me too court and part of the custody thing is this thing where you go play with your child in front of someone who observes you for like a half hour and decides what kind of parent you are. here you also have to do a class for divorcing parents dont know if you have that where you are.
the whole thing makes no sense and seems to be designed to pretty much oppress women.
the only good advice i could give really is prepare for the worst and hope for the best. wish you the best of luck. hang in there
How Can I Find A Free Family Law Attorney?
My Wife And I Have Been Together For Almost 8 Years. I Recently Filed For A Divorce. My Wife Sought An Attorney To Take Care Of The Divorce, Custody/Child Support Arrangements For Our Three Kids And A Protective Order. The Protective Order Was Put In Place While I Was Incarcerated For A Dwi. I Did Not Receive The Final Order. She Won By Default Because I Wasn’T Able To Go To Court. After She Went To Court For The Protective Order The Assault Family Violence Charge Was Dismissed Due To Her Providing False Information. I Need Help. I Am On Disability And I Can’T Afford Much. She Is Trying To Take My Kids Away From Me.
While my first reaction is to ask if you know how much law school costs, but I'll try to be helpful instead. Your best bet is to look for a legal aid office in your area, or a local law school to see if they can assist you. In the mean time, my advice is to spend as much time as you can learning about court procedures (how to file paperwork etc.) and family law.
Were you unable to go to court because it was an ex parte order, or you were incarcerated? Either way you should be able to appeal. Can you prove she provided false information? I mean actual proof, not just the charges were dismissed. If you can, it makes you look better.
I wish you luck!
Why Do Men Complain About Unfair Custody Agreements?
When Most Men Don'T Want Custody To Begin With. I Mean, It'S Not Because Of Biased Laws That You Are Treated Unfairly. In Most Cases, When A Man Wants Custody, Courts Usually Give It To Him Over The Woman. If Anything, Women Are Treated Unfairly In Custody Agreements. Why Do Men Ignore The Fact That Most Fathers Would Rather Not Deal With The Sacrifice And Responsibility That Raising A Child Takes?
I don't know what coconut conked you on the head, but men do not get favored at all whatsoever in the family law courts. You are far wrong!
When a couple divorced or breaks up, the mother is automatically granted full rights to the child. She doesn't have to go through court, nothing. If the father does want custody, he HAS to go through court to get it.
In the court system, they automatically assume that the mother is the better caregiver then the father, even if she isn't.
Want proof? My husband is currently trying to get custody of his 7-year-old. Custody wasn't taken away from him via the court, his ex just told him that he couldn't see his daughter when they broke up 4 years ago and she had the right to do this. He does have sole custody (giving him the right to visitation and seeking actually custody), but not physically or legal custody. He has to be granted this through the court.
He doesn't have any criminal record, no domestic violence, no sexual abuse, nothing. He ex is 30-years-old, lives with her parents illegally in a unfinished garage, didn't graduate high school, never had a job, spent up her entire 5 years of welfare, etc. He graduated college, has a great job, and his own home. And he still has been fighting for custody even though he has proven to be a fit parent. His ex doesn't want him to get custody because she needs the child support.
So you are far wrong that courts favor men. It is the opposite. Women rarely have to "fight" for their children.