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Legal Advice???????????????
I Have Been Attending College For About Three Months Now. A Couple Weeks Ago My School Gave Me A Check For A Couple Hundred Dollars, They Said With My Grants And Financial Aid, There Was An Overage And This Money Was Mine. A Couple Days Ago, They Called Me And The Lady Told Me That She Made A Mistake And They Need Me To Repay This Money Right Away. I Am Unemployed And Extremely Broke Right Now, I Commute To School And The Money Basically All Went To Gas And Groceries So It Is Gone And I Have No Way Of Repaying It. Also, They Said They Need Me To Sign Some Paper. I'M Thinking They Messed Up And Are Trying To Trick Me Into Paying This Money Back When Legally I Don'T Have To. They Gave Me A Check, Not A Loan. Help?

Schools can put a financial hold on your account, which can stop you from registering for classes or getting a copy of your transcript.

Call the financial aid office and tell them that you were sent a check that has already been spent and you need to work out an arrangement that you both find acceptable.

Salary Question For Lawyers ( Family Law Or Intellectual Property Specialization)?
Hi Everyone, I Am A Professional It Manager Who Is Looking Into Changing Career So I Don'T End Up Like So Many Great It Managers That Just Because They Are Old And A Younger Person With Less Salary Can Do The Job, They Are Almost Out Of Job Or Have A Job But Got Salary Cut. Trust Me I Have Seen A Lot Of These Cases Around Me So I Was Thinking To Go Back To School To Practice Law And Make Good Money No Matter How Old I Get, I'D Still Have A Good Job And A Good Salary. Now ... Can Someone Tell Me Which One I Would Make More Money? Family Law ( I Live In L.A By The Way) Or Intellectual Property? I Heard The School I Choose To Go To Matters For The Intellectual Property Practice. I Can'T Leave L.A So What Are My Options? I Really Need To Know What Is The Minimum Salary When I Start My Law Career Too Cause I Am Walking Away From A Very Good Salary In It Mgmt So I Need To Make Sure I Think Through This Big Change Before Doing Anything. Much Appreciated!

As a former Director of IT who used to make 6 figure salary in the 1990's before I just HAD to go to law school, my advice to is stop before you make the biggest financial error in your life. Please ignore the media myth that all lawyers make big money, it is a lie. The reality is that the average attorney salary is in the low 40,000.

Yes some lawyers make more --- those who go right from the top tier college, to the top tier law school (Harvard, Yale), get top grades, are on law review, and are well connected (maybe mommy or daddy is in politics or has their own law firm). The rest of us, the 98%, scramble for a few 18 hour a day, 7 day a week, low pay, burn out jobs.

Do some research. Law firms are laying off right now. Many of the big firms have already announced that there will be zero hiring of new grads in 2010 and 2011. Those who graduated this year, with their $100,000 student loans, are having problems getting any job, let alone one in a law firm. The profession is full and has been since the early 1990s when I graduated. The only openings are when people burn out, or go to another profession. Plus every law school is sending out more and more people every year.

You will not make good money, even if you can get a job. Because of the glut of lawyers out there and few jobs the employers are able to pay what they want. For example it is no unusual for an employer to "take on" a legal association for zero salary - yes that is no pay -- just to see how they work out. Illegal you say, well that is no problem to a group of lawyers.

Discrimination, as an IT person for years I never once encountered any age or sex discrimination. As a lawyer, especially an older female, it is rampant. It sucks to go to work and have to put up with the sexual comments, getting a lower salary than the male attorneys, and even hearing comments from the judges. It is a fight. I had one job where I was put at the reception desk to answer phones plus handle 28 active cases, while the men all got offices and were routinely assigned only 5 cases.

Finally if you want to get into intellectual property you will need to take additional courses beyond what law school provides. You will then need to sit for an additional bar exam. Intellectual property lawyers can make more money. Family law is great if you like seeing people use their kids as pawns. Family law has the highest amount of clients who report their attorneys. That is the client complains and the attorney may lose their licsence to practice law. Family law attorneys are also some of the lowest paid because the family is breaking up and no one has money.

Let me suggest that you go for an MBA in IT. Yes, I do understand about how IT is being destroyed by out sourcing, many of my clients are victims. But law is not the answer. Law is not a place to look for any financial security. I have been in this business since 1993, have my own firm, have a good reputation, usually busy, I have yet to get back to that IT salary.

Legal Help-Car Repossession Process - Now What Happens?
My Closest Friend Just Phoned Me To Pick Him Up Because His Car Has Been Repossessed. I'Ve Tried To Help With Organizing His Finances By Consolidating But He Didn'T Listen. Now His 1 Car Has Been Repossessed. He Has 3 Other Cars, One He'S Behind By Many Payments & Is Upside Down & Owes More Than It'S Worth. He Had Total 4 Cars, 2 He Owns - 1 Isn'T Worth Much (Old) & The Other Is Worth A Lot. The Other 2, One Is Now Repossessed & The Other Will Likely Also Be Repossessed. He'S Upside Down On Both & Has Not Made Payments On Either In Several Months & Isn'T Likely To Come Up With The Money To Get Caught Up. Even If He Did Get Caught Up, He Would Need Minimum Of $7K On Each Of The 2 Cars To Be Even With The Value Of Them. (He Can'T Sell Them Unless He Comes Up With $7K Per Car) He Asked If He Should Voluntarily Have This One Repossessed Also. He'S Considering Filing Bk Now. He'S Asking Me About What'S Going To Happen. I Told Him It'S Possible They Will Win A Judgment Against Him & May Have The Right To Cease Assets To Pay His Debt For The Money He Will Owe After They Sell His Car At Auction (The Difference Of Costs From The Loss To Them). Can They Cease His Other Assets? (I Told Him To Sell The Valuable Car Asap To Keep Them From Ceasing It - Just In Case) I Also Told Him To Consider A Bankruptcy Filing. Please Tell Me, Does Anyone Know What Rights They Will Have Now? Is Filing For Bk The Best Way Out Of This Mess To Start New & Fresh & Remove Old Habits? Or Is There Another Way? He Knows This Would Remain On His Credit For 10-Years If He Files. He Isn'T Likely To Have The Money To Get The Payments Caught Up, Also Since He'S So Upside Down, Why Be Prisoner To All Of This If There'S A Legal Way To Start New? Someone With Legal Knowledge, Please Help Me With This, I'D Like To Advise Him With Facts That Will Really Help Him. He'S A Mess & Very Stressed From Late Notices, Phone Calls & Now They Are Taking Away From Him These Things. How Much Worse Could It Get? What Is The Wisest Solution? P.S. - He Also Owns A Small Business (Suffering)

he needs legal assistance NOW...........
as far as bankruptcy courts (any courts) are concerned anything sold within 3 years of the court date/filing are still counted as owned so that expensive car or the value of it is an asset even if he does not own it......... selling the cars now will NOT help him in any way at this time.



he can NOT file for bankruptcy (chapter 7 or 13) without going through consumer counseling and the counseling agency will determine if bankruptcy is the best option..... many bankruptcy attorneys have consumer counseling agencies that they work with, the bankruptcy trustees select the agencies that are accredited to perform this service for those who file in their jurisdictions.
only an attorney can assist him now, he has let things get to far out of hand. if he ends up filing for bankruptcy the trustees may order the cars sold but he needs to allow the legal process to unfold now, since he failed to deal with these issues sooner........

the trustees office will have a list of agencies and will also have a class that he will have to attend after the chapter is actually filed.

How To Become An International Human Rights Lawyer!?
Hey! I Want To Be A International Hr Lawyer But I Have No Idea How. I’M 15 Years And In Year 10 (Grade). When I’M In Uni Do I Study Law, Human Rights Or International Hr Law? Lol Sorry I’M Clueless. But I Was Told That First I Had To Study Law Then Do Masters In Human Rights And Then A Phd In International Law. But Then Another Person Told Me Something Completely Different. I’M Confused :S Plzz Help Me. Thankz

This is great that you are figuring these things out at a younger age. I didn't determine that I wanted to go to law school until I about graduated from my undergrad university. International law is a great field.

1st thing first. When you go to college, you might want to consider getting a bachelor's degree (4years to complete it). Most law schools will tell you that no degree is better than another. Here are some degrees you could considering studying in college: Business, Economics, Pre-Law, Political Science, History, English, Philosophy, or Accounting. You might want to consider learning a second language, as international lawyers work with foreign nations.

Depending on which state you want to live in will depend on what the law school in that state will offer. You do not HAVE to have a masters degree or a PhD to be an international lawyer. It may help you educationally, but I doubt it is required.

I do not care to help you any further. Just let me know, and I will see what information is helpful!

Parents Kicking Me Out Of The House? Philippine Legal Advice?
I Need Help, Im 20 Yrs Old And Have One More Year Of College. My Relationship With My Mom Has Severely Deteriorated To The Point She Wants Me To Leave. Shell Pay For Tuition And Give Me 3000 Pesos (75 Dollars A Month). Im So Screwed. Thats Not Nearly Enough To Live. Im Graduating And Overloaded With Work And I Dont Know How Ill Manage This. They Can Afford Much Much More, And I Read In The Constitution That Parents Should Support Their Children Until They Are Able, Irregardless Of Age, Can I Do Something To Legally Compel Them To Support Me? P.S. I Can Work But The Minimum Wage Here Is Like 5 Dollars A Day, So I Still Cant Afford The Cost Of Living, Help!

Allen

your of age now and your parents can tell you to leave home.

As far as funding your college education you may be entitled to a hardship grant from your college, who should also be able to help you cope with the transition of living independently, and help you find accommodation.

It may be possible to apply for maintenance through the courts from your parents however a court would also expect that you possibly maintained certain grades and may have to find a part time job to help support yourself.

The court may take the attitude that your future willl be blighted by your parents failing to sponsor your college education. They wil also be realistic though and would look at your parents expenditure.

They have there own home and bills possibly other children to support and if the money is not there it cant be found.

You may have to take out a student loan and repay it after graduation.

If you can, build some bridges with your parents and try and stay at home, you whole future could depend upon you being able to accept your parents rules.

&Quot;Child Support Ouestions?Attorneys Only Please ?
&Quot;I Was Sent To Prison In The State Of Oklahoma For For D.U.I. Gone For 2 Years My Wife And I Were Married In 91 We Have 1 Daughter. While I Was Away The Wife Got State Assistance And Lived In Public Housing( H.U.D.)When I Returned Home The State Of Oklahoma Filed A Case Against Me Claiming I Owed Money,Back Support And Demanded Current Support.We Made It Together Until We Got Off The Assistance And Out Of Public Housing.This Year The State Took 2700 Dollars Of Our Tax Money. In September I Had A Auto Accident,Insurance Took 100% Responsibility,But Said That Oklahoma(The State) Had Put A Hold Or Claim On The Accident That Caused Me Loss Of Wages And Medical Expenses.Insurance Is In Texas Can The State Of Oklahoma Do This To Me/? What Can I Do To Stop This From Happening? Can They Intercept Funds That Are From A Personal Injury Accident From Insurance Company Out Of My State?

Nearly every state has passed laws that allow garnishment or attachment of wages, tax refunds and sometimes insurance settlements. It's not an attorney's lobby that promotes this result. It's the state government that demands repayment of any public assistance. You are at their mercy. Because states are under tremendous pressure to cut state expenses and keep taxes low, they go after the easiest target, the father of the children who received the public assistance. They are so desperate to collect from anyone else but taxpayers, they will attach almost anything. Some states will also suspend licenses for failure to pay back child support, including driver's licenses, CDL, trade licenses for electricians and plumbers and even professional licenses for doctors, accountants and, yes, even, lawyers who happen to be dead-beat dads.