Finding A Skilled Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will notice that there are numerous lawyers in your area that advertise that they concentrate on your sort of case. This could make the whole process of finding one with significant amounts of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, should you follow the following you will be able to narrow down your search to the correct one in very little time. The first task is to generate a list of the lawyers that happen to be listed in your town specializing in your position. When you are which makes this list you need to only include those you have an effective vibe about based upon their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by taking a while evaluating their webpage. There you will be able to find just how many years they are practicing plus some general information about their success rates. At this stage your list must have shrunken further to the people that you simply felt had professional websites plus an appropriate level of experience. You ought to then spend some time to search for independent reviews of each and every attorney. Be sure you see the reviews rather than relying upon their overall rating. The information in the reviews provides you with a sense of the way that they connect to their customers and the time they invest into each case they are focusing on. Finally, you will need to meet with no less than the final three lawyers which have the credentials you are interested in. This provides you with some time to genuinely evaluate how interested these are in representing both you and your case. It is important to follow many of these steps to ensure that you hire a company containing the correct level of experience to get you the best possible outcome.
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I Am In The Navy And Need To Find A Cheap Divorce Lawyer In San Diego?
I Have Paid $3,000,00 For My Wife Lawyer She Told Me He Was Working For The Both Of Us. I Know I Was Fooled. Now I Have No Money For Me A Lawyer. I Need Help, We Already Signed Child Support Papers $1,900.00 A Month For 2 Children, And Now She Wants Me To Pay Her Another $600.00 For Her Support. She Does Not Work, But Can But She Want, And She Has A Boyfriend Who Has Moved Into The Apartment That She And My Kids Live In. What Can I Do?
If you had a lawyer who said they were working for Both of you, not just her, and they did not specify that they are representing Her and not you, the order can be set aside and the lawyer can lose his/her license and should, perhaps, be reported to the bar. The lawyer can not represent both of you. That is a conflict of interest. Misrepresentations about attorney/client relationships are unethical. There are lawyers who do Mediation, write up what the two of you already agree to etc. But a lawyer must be very clear about representation so there is no conflict. (I wish I knew the attorney's name. Few attorneys would do what you are describing unless you misunderstood the attorney.)
Spousal support does not cap off at 3 years and I don't know why someone would think it does. For a long term marriage, support can be for the rest of the receiving partner's life. For a short term marriage, support usually caps at 1/2 the term of the marriage. A long term marriage is approximately 10 years. So, it depends how long you were married. Child support is a very specific calculation which you can have an attorney run for you or you can do yourself on the DCSS website.
JAG should have a list of attorney's to refer you to. I should be on that list. You earn too much to get free legal assistance but your JAG should be able to help direct you and the facilitators office at the courthouse can also assist.
As for her not working and the boyfriend; you can impute minimum wage on her and you should include special language in the Judgment to ensure that she is expected to become self-supporting. This will allow the Spousal Support to end at some point. You can not do anything about the boyfriend living with her and the kids unless he is detrimental or has a really bad record, alcoholic .. something. However, you can impute the value of receiving rent from him on her and reduce the support (by very little but it might make you feel better.) You should also consider your property division carefully.
You may want to consult with a few different attorneys and have them run the support calculations for you so you can verify that they were done correctly. Be very careful who you hire as an attorney and Do Not use a paralegal instead of an attorney.
I would be happy to give you some guidance if you like. I can not give any case specific advice on a public forum like this.
Rivka Israel, Esq.
I Am Looking At Getting A Law Degree Other Than Being A Trial Attorney What Are Some Things You Can Do With A Law Degree And Make Decent Money?
Law degrees open up millions of doors and you need not be a trial attorney. In fact, most of the law school grads I know rarely see a court room. Lobbyist is one way to make a bundle and a law degree is very helpful there. Real estate is another field with high payouts that a law degree is helpful. Corporate law works with a lot of contracts and whatnot and rarely sees a court room and some of the bigger firms in larges cities start you in the mid 100's, and the list goes on and on. There is a great book called "The Official Guide to Legal Specialties" that may be worth reading, it does a good job of covering the major options.
What Educational Steps Are Needed To Get Into Law School
Can I Get Into Law School After My Bachelors Degree?
If I Have An Associates Degree Am I Still Considered An Undergrad. Student?
If I Want To Get Into Business Law What Would Make A Good Major?
Thanks A Lot! : )
You can get into law school right after your bachelors degree, or you can work a couple of years first. Although most students (maybe 35%) go to law school right out of undergrad, most lawyers wish they'd waited, that they'd worked first.
If you have an associates now, you are an undergraduate student. While you're getting your bachelors, you're also an undergraduate student. You only stop being an undergraduate when you go to graduate school/law school.
You can major in anything you'd like in order to get into law school. Literally, anything. Most law school applicants seem to have majored in history or political science, but you can major in business, engineering, English, music, or whatever you'd like. And you *should* major in something you like, so you get good grades.
To enter business law, you can also have majored in anything you want. But if you love business, you can major in that, and that would be a logical choice. But law employers will care more about what field you focused on in law school than on whether or not you majored in history at undergrad. But if you really want to go into, say, tax law, it would probably benefit you to major in business or accounting or something of that nature.
Where Is The Best Place To Get Free Legal Aid In Southern California, Or Any Other State?
Looking For A Number For Attorney Frank Agin?
Yes, Im Looking For Attorney Frank Agin!
I am an attorney in California. If you tell me where he practices, I will find him for you if he is licensed in the U.S. Send me an e-mail if you wish.
Questions Regarding A Divorce Decree?
My Ex And I Have A Divorce Decree. I Picked Up My Son For Christmas Break. She Tried To Tell Me That She Has The Right To Know Where I Am Taking My Son For Christmas And That Me Traveling With My Girlfriend Violates The Morale Clause In Our Divorce Decree. I Could Not Find Anywhere That Stated I Had To Tell Her Where I Take Him When He Is In My Posession. Does Anyone Have Experience In This Area? She Is Also Giving Me A Hard Time About Letting My Girlfriend Take My Son To His Doctors Appointment While I Am At Work.
Generally most decrees won’t have a clause or entry stating you have to tell the custodial parent where you’re going unless it’s out of town. Being in town and within your normal realm of travel does not merit even a courtesy call from my perspective. Certainly your ex don’t call you every time she runs across town for groceries or what ever and it would be silly to think you have to do the same.
As far as your GF taking you son to the Dr. no big deal and you ex throwing a fit about it only shows how controlling she is. Some people (men and women) just think because they have this piece of paper (the decree) they have some hold of people. I just don’t get it.
I can definitely relate to your troubles here, as I am sure many of us can. I would stick to your guns and if she has a problem with it then SHE can take you to court over it. The only people that can enforce the decree and visitation rights is the court and if she wants to go and spend the money and the courts time over trivial things such as this then she will just look selfish in front of the judge.