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I Am New In Commercial Real Estate. Recently, I Came Across A Project Needing &Quot;Seed Money&Quot; Covering Some Soft Costs.
The Preliminary Scope, Location, And Pro-Forma Of This Project Has Been Reviewd By Various R.E. Professionals As A Good Multi-Housing Project.
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4) Finally, What Type Of Agreement, And How Extensive Shall The Agreement Be? I Would Like To Do The Ground Work Before Turning Over It To My Attorney. Thank You In Advance For Any Advise.
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I'M 23 Weeks Pregnant With A Little Boy... I Want His First Name To Be Lawson, But Need Ideas For A Middle Name?
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What Is It Like Being A Lawyer?
I Am 14 Years Old, And I Was Just Wondering What It Is Really Like. I Have Always Been Interested In The Tv Shows About Lawyers...And I M Just Wondering If It Is Really Like That? So, If You Are A Lawyer, Or Know One Really Well...Tell Me What It Is Like? Is It Rewarding? Is It Hard Work? Do You/They Like It?
Let Me Know.
I'm a paralegal, which is an assistant for a lawyer. I essentially prepare all the documents for them, do research and keep track of their deadlines and follow-up matters.
First let me clear one thing up: NO career is what it looks like on TV... and particularly the lawyer ones. TV shows are made for entertainment - not a depiction of what the reality of that occupation is. These types of shows drive me nuts because they do not follow any of the REAL legal procedures properly and a lot of the scenarios are unrealistic (most extreme example of over-exaggeration of what it's really like to be a lawyer is Boston Legal).
I'll explain the process of how to become a lawyer. First, you must complete a four-year undergraduate program (obtain a bachelor's degree) with good grades. Then, to get into law school, you must take and pass a test call the LSAT. Upon passing that, and applying to and getting accepted into a school, law school takes three years if you are completely devoted to it. Then after you graduate law school, you have what is called a Juris Doctor. But you're not a lawyer yet! Then you must take and pass what is called the Bar Exam (a three-day long test) in the state you want to practice in. This test, depending on the state, is difficult and many people have to take it multiple times before passing. After you pass "the Bar," then you are a lawyer. To give you an idea of what all this costs, I have a friend who got his JD back in 2006, and his student loan bills were about $1,600.00 month. (Upon learning that, I decided not to be a lawyer. LOL!)
The education process I described above is very reading and writing intensive. So if you are considering being a lawyer, it would help out substantially if you have a strength in reading voluminous material and comprehensively applying it to solve complex problems. Being a good lawyer is not all about being a good arguer like one would think - it's more about who is better at doing thorough research, investigation and presentation of facts and past precedents to a judge.
Anyway, being a lawyer is hard but rewarding work. The attorneys in my office put in long hours - they are always there before I get to work in the morning, and often stay several hours after closing the office. Additionally, the work weekends frequently. Attorneys happen to be one of the occupations that have a higher divorce rate as the job is typically stressful and demanding, thereby making it challenging to maintain a healthy work and personal life balance. As a paralegal, I typically work 8:00 - 5:00, and don't have the burden of liabilities and stress that they carry.
There are many different areas of law out there than you can choose to practice as a lawyer. The TV shows just show the "glamorous" field of being a prosecutor and putting away the bad guys. There's family law, which deals with divorce, custody, adoptions, egg donation and surrogacy, prenuptial agreements and the like. There's commercial and residential real estate, where you represent buyers and sellers of houses and buildings to make sure they are getting the best deal. Litigation is another exciting (but high-intensity, stressful area). You would see an extremely radical example of litigation on the show Boston Legal... where people essentially sue each other for various causes of action. Personal injury is another branch off of litigation, where you are essentially suing (or defending) someone do to an accident that caused an injury. You can do business law (what my office primarily practices), where you represent businesses in formation and in their various transactions, lawsuits and other endeavors. You can do estate planning (I do that too!), where you create Wills, powers of attorney and other important documents for people, or estate probate/administration, where you usually represent a family member of a deceased person in helping them navigate the process of the legal aspects after their loved one dies... I also do that. There's so many more, but those are all the big ones.
Being a lawyer is not for everyone, but the people who do it are addicted to it. I LOVE my job assisting them. The work I do is interesting and rewarding for me. I look forward to going to work every day.
You have a lot of time to decide. One of the best ways to get your foot in the door (like I did) is apply at a law firm to be a file clerk when you are 18. What you would do in that position is essentially file all of the documents that the firm creates in their appropriate files. It's a great way to "get your hands dirty" and get a feel for what it's really like. No TV show, classroom or story from someone can teach you more than this kind of first-hand experience will. I started there at 18 and did that while I went to school and it helped me confirm that this was the right field for me.
How Can I Get Law Advice Concerning A Potential Malpractice Suite Caused By A Mistake By A Doctor .?
In Which My Toddler Son Is Now Experiencing Some Developemental Problems Which May Be Due To The Delayed Birth.
Most attorneys who practice medical malpractice will have to examine all the medical records before they decide whether or not you have a case. Medical malpractice is a HIGHLY specialized area of the law, and not every attorney is qualified to represent you adequately. Stay away from lawyers who advertise that they get "quick recoveries."
There is no easy way to find the right attorney. It takes research, lots and lots of research.
If you know an attorney who practices in deeds and wills, talk to them about who they would recommend, as a starting point.
I Am A Father Of Two Children And My Ex Is Trying To Take Me For Everything, I Can'T Afford To Get A Expensive Attorney So I Need To Know If Anyone Knows Of A Good Attorney In Salt Lake City Area That Might Be Able To Help Me, And Possibly Be Affordable. Thanks In Advance!
Try going through legal aid and if that doesn't work try making a deal with an attorney to make payments. your ex should only be allowed half both the property you owned together. The children are a different story. Good Luck!
Time To Get A Family Law Lawyer?
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My Ex (Never Married) Got A Lawyer, She Served Me, She Wants To Do Mediation. Should I Get A Lawyer? I Have No Idea What To Do, I Am New To This Thing, But I Want To Fight For My Rights. Just Not Sure How To Go About It. Also, Nervous About Contacting A Lawyer, Even For The Consultation. Would Rather Not Have One, But I Know I Need To Look Out For My Best Interests.
Served you ... for what? What is she asking for? Does she want sole custody? Is she asking for child support? Without more details, it's hard to say what you should do ... but getting a lawyer to have your back is usually a good idea.
You might try the mediation first and see what happens there, before you consult a lawyer. Just make sure not to sign anything you're not absolutely sure about, without legal advice.