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Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will recognize that there are many lawyers in your town that advertise that they can specialize in your sort of case. This will make the procedure of finding one with a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the tips below it will be possible to restrict your pursuit on the right one in very little time. The first step is to generate a set of the lawyers which can be listed in your neighborhood that specialize in your situation. While you are which makes this list you must only include those which you have an excellent vibe about according to their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down through taking a little while evaluating their internet site. There you must be able to find just how many years they are practicing plus some general details about their success rates. At this stage your list needs to have shrunken further to the people that you felt had professional websites plus an appropriate quantity of experience. You ought to then take the time to check out independent reviews for each attorney. Make sure you browse the reviews instead of just depending on their overall rating. The data inside the reviews provides you with a sense of the way that they connect to their clients and the length of time they invest into each case they are focusing on. Finally, you will need to talk to at the very least the past three lawyers which may have the credentials you are searching for. This will give you time to really evaluate how interested they can be in representing your case. It can be crucial for you to follow all of these steps to ensure that you hire a company which includes the right degree of experience to get you the best possible outcome.

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What Are This Divorce Proceedings?
In Riverside, Ca? It's Something I Am Contemplating. We Have No Kids, We Are Already Separated, And Have No Assets. Where Do I Go To Start The Paperwork And How Much Does It Cost?

divorce attorney or a divorce kit from a stationary store couple of hundred dollars at best

Probate Lawyers Please Help?
Without Going Into Too Much Detail Just Under 5 Years Back My Grandfather Passed Who Had Listed Me To Recieve 25% Of His Estate I Am Trying To Be Cautious Posting This Question As I Do Not Want Any Problems With The Exceuter Of His Estate Now His Executer Called Me And Said That Would Be Approx X Amount Of $$ I Have Questioned This From Day One First Of All The Executer Stated To Me We Were Just Going To Do This Without Going Through Probate Because It Would Take An Extremley Long Time Etc. I Had No Idea It Was Law That It Was Supposed To Go Through Probate The Reason I Questioned The Amount From Day 1 Is Because I Frequently Visited My Grandparents They Were Everything To Me And My Grandmother Mentioned To Me Numerous Times That She Could Not Spend In A Lifetime What They Had In One Savings Account Alone She Unexpectedly Passed One Year Before My Grandfather. I Need An Atorney With A Heart To At Least Check His Accts Prior To His Passing And Then Tell Me Yes You Need To Reopen This.

An executor does NOT have the right to say weather he will or will NOT got through probate. That is the law.....

I would find out who is the executor of your grandmothers estate as it may have something to do with the amount you will get from your grandfather..

I am not sure finding a lawyer has anything to do with finding one with a heart.

Since you are person of interest in his estate you have to legal right to seeing ALL his accounts before and after his death.

An estate or probate lawyer is really all you need.

Good Luck.

Do I Need A Lawyer For Family Court?
I'M Accused Of Domestic Violence. Could I Accuse My Wife For False Accusations. I Could Get Kicked Out Of The Navy & The Country If Found Guilty.

First question...yes, you need a lawyer.
Second question....yes, if you are able to prove your wife lied to police in making those accusations. That would require that you not only are able to prove it, but that you had pled "Not guilty" and were acquited of the charges.
Third question.....When I was involved with the Navy (dependent) domestic violence was hardly an issue. It might show up in your permanant record, but you would not get kicked out. Nowadays, domestic violence is taken much more seriously; so you might face a great deal of difficulty with the Navy if you are convicted.
Third question, part two.....Out of the country? Not hardly. Unless maybe you're not a US citizen? Then, if you are divorced from your sponsor, AND discharged from the Navy for committing a crime, then I don't imagine you would be able to make much of a case for not being deported.
Which brings us back to the answer to question one....you need a lawyer.

Child Support, Divorce, Legal Advice?
My Husband Moved Out So I Filed For Divorce (Joint Custody, He Pay Me Child Support) He Disagrees With Child Support, And With The Advice From A Legal Aid, Moved Back In.... My Attorney Says I Can Sign Papers With The His Changes, Then File For Child Support Later &Quot;If Need Be&Quot;. We Have Two Boys 14 And 16. As Of Today He Is Providing Financially. Should I Just Bight The Bullet, Keep The Peace In Our Home And Get Our Joint Takes Return?...Haha Here Is A Email My Attorney Sent Me About My Situation: Here Is The Written Version Of What We Discussed. The Divorce Agreement As Modified By Your Husband Does Not Really Address The Issues Of Child Custody, Support, And Property Division Other Than To Say &Quot;We Agree To Agree&Quot;. This Has Pros And Cons. One Is That The Judge May Not Sign It. This Is Unusual But Possible. However, If The Judge Does Sign It, Its Ambiguity May Protect You Ability To Formally Address Child Custody If Husband Does Not Honor Your Verbal Agreement. To Further Explain, Usually Once A Couple Enters Into A Divorce Agreement, That Agreement Is Final And Cannot Be Changed Unless A Spouse Can Show A Material Change In Circumstance. That Is Why I Recommend Making Sure Your Divorce Agreement Has The Actual Child Custody, Support, And Property Divisions You Want From The Beginning. The Current Version Signed By Your Husband Doesn'T Do That And So Lacks Teeth. However, Since It Is So Ambiguous, A Judge May Actually Consider Changing It In The Future Without Requiring That You Show The Usual Material Change In Circumstance Because There Is Very Little Evidence In The Agreement As To What The Circumstances Are. In That Sense, It May Lack Teeth But That Might Make It Easier To Add Teeth In The Future. Let Me Know What You Decide Or If You Have Any Other Questions.

Are you still divorcing or reconciling? The thing about "we agree to agree," as your attorney told you, is that it doesn't give you anything to hold him to. If he just decides not to send you support, you have no dollar amount he owes you, and have to take him back to court to get anything in writing. In the mean time you're on the hook for bills and expenses for your children, with no help from him. If you trust him to actually pay it, go for it, but you're risking a lot at a pretty crucial time in their lives. How will you feel if you can't afford to send them to college because you're still paying your attorney because of all the times you have had to take him back to court?

Divorce Forms Needed?
If We Are Filing For A Joint, No-Default Divorce, Do We Need To Fill Out The Confidential Petition Addendum Form?

Usually any stationary store that carries business supplies, as well as personal, will have a book that you can buy with the forms and instructions in it for your state.

In addition, you can usually go online by putting "(your state) divorce forms" into a search engine. They will often have instructions and forms that you can fill out.

If you still can't figure it out from there, you can call your county clerk's office and ask. While they can't give you legal advice, they can tell you what forms you need to file for what.

This information is specific to your state. In addition, you should always have your own attorney, not one who is working for both of you, to review the information before signing the final paperwork.

I wish you the best!
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Lawyers! - How Does Mark Geragos Get Involved In High Profile Cases?
Does He Go To Them...Or Do They Call Him? How Does Something Like That Work In The Real World?

Usually these kinds of lawyers are very good and don't follow the typical career path. They are litigators and they don't come from the big name law schools, however its a fallacy that there are only 10 law schools in the USA that can provide a great legal education or produce excellent lawyers. Look at Ron Kuby or Kunsler's life, Bruce Cutler, even F. Lee Bailey, Raul Felder many other examples.

They are usually on their own or are an underling of an excellent litigator/sole practitioner who has make a name for him self. Many have started out in the JAG Corps (military lawyer) or in the DA's office. They get a lot of trial experience. I may have been to Court 2,000 times but I may have done 2 or 3 trials. As an ADA or JAG you get to do trials all the time and its a skill you can learn. Jerry Spence I believe started as a insurance lawyer doing small personal injury trials in Montana.

Once they have the basic skills they go out on their own and if your good people come to you, I've seen it with myself. One day someone comes to you who is not famous but in big trouble or their son is. They need your help but can't pay you. The case turns out to be sensational news event you may win or lose but if you do well you will make the big time. F. Lee Baily was a young solo out of the JAG who got to represent the Boston Strangler. Cutler was an ADA then worked for a famous mob lawyer then on his own. Spence worked in obscurity and eventually got the Karen Silkwood case. Kunsler during the 70's dealt with radicals and negotiated the prison riots at attica. Cuby had a strange start and underling for Kunsler, has mob, gang leaders, muslim terrorists as his clients.

The lawyers that go to the "top 10" law schools usually get offers at very big firms in big cities such as NY or DC. They start at $150,000 to $200,000 and they work you as slaves on very menial tasks. You don't learn or get quality experience, you do get unhappy and burned out. Only 2% make parnter over 7 years and the others leave go on their own or smaller firms or to corporations or government, they usually work in obscurity.

Once you get a name people call you out of the blue. Also people don't understand about winning or losing, its not like a tennis match, there are some cases you will never win, a good lawyer will get you the best outcome for your situation. Also the area and the Judges make a tremendous difference on the outcome of a case. If Michael Jackson came to you with a loser case you will take it anyway.