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Cheap Child Custody Lawyer?
This Stuff Is To High, I Just Need A Cheaper Child Custody Lawyer For My Little Girl. I Need To Obtain Full Custody Of Her Asap Before Her Dead Beat Father Does Something He Will Regret. Because I Will Go To Jail Before He Gets My Daughter. I Live In North Carolina, Can Anyone Help Me !!!! Needa Cheap Lawyer Asap
With lawyers, you get what you pay for. I'm sure you can find a cheap one in your area, but cheap doesn't mean he will help you get custody. It means he will take your little money and stand next to you in court.
You want someone with a good reputation who is dependable. Find a way to get the money or make a payment plan with a lawyer.
Neighbor Wants Shed Moved. Florida Property Laws?
I Bought A 50 Year Old House A Couple Of Years Ago. The Owner Owned A Few Acres And Sold Them Separately. My Neighbor Wants To Sell His Empty Lot (It Is Touching My Back Yard) . Part Of My Shed Is On His Property. The Surveyor And Insurance Guy Said It Was Grandfathered In. Neighbor Said The Person Wont Buy It Unfilled I Move It. Its Concrete Floor With Roof. Its 50 Years Old. Has Electricity. Its My Laundry Room. Its Around 30 Ft Long. No Way To Move It. What Are My Rights. It Over Lapsby 1/2 A Foot.
You need to speak with a real estate attorney. If the survey changed from previous surveys or county surveys, then you have a good case. This type of thing happens all the time with fences, a driveway, an outbuilding, etc.
The new buyer is taking the by the book approach, I don't want someone else's building on my property, and that is pushing the seller to deal with it.
It short you can tell the seller, no this is not a material issue, 6", so I will not be moving it or tearing it down.
And then let him sue you and it will go to court. Or he will tell buyer, sorry no go on the shed problem, take the property as is, or not.
The reason you need to speak to an attorney is you need to get this resolved either way. Are you for sure grandfathered in? Do you need to file for some type of permanent easement based on the fact is only 6" off, and building pre-dates all previous owners. Or pay the other guy a few bucks for him to sign a permanent easement or can you buy a foot of land from him, then change the property lines with the county?
Also note if you get your own surveyor and are paying him, he might end up saying, nope the way I see it this building was deemed to be the property line. Which happens all the time. Like property owner A wants to build a fence, property owner A & B agree on the fence type and location, and they place it at what they believe to be the property line. 50 years later if they were 6" off, a court might say the fence is the property line, and there is not way go back and change that.
Again speak to an attorney, and do not talk, email ect with other person until you get legal advise.
Do I Have Cooperate With A Defense Attorney ?
My Boyfriend And I Got Into Some Mess. The State Wants Me To Be Their Witness And Testify Against My Boyfriend But I Refuse To. They Are Saying If I Do Not Testify I Can Be Held With Contempt Of Court And Incriminate Myself. They Also Said I Cannot Plead The 5Th And Have I Have To Talk. I Am The Attorneys Witness For The State, The Attorney Is Trying To Force Me To Tell Him What Happened. I Have Rights ! Do I Have To Talk To Him ? Only Person I Need To Talk To Is The Judge Right ?
Don't you mean prosecutor? The Defense attorney is the one who represents your boyfriend.
Yes, you must cooperate with the prosecutor if you are subpoenaed top testify. Your refusal to testify can result in you being charged with Contempt of Court. And you must testify truthfully, or risk being charged with perjury. There is qualified immunity for spouses that prevent one spouse from being compelled to testify against the other under certain conditions. But that does not apply to boyfriends and girlfriends. The 5th amendment only protect you from SELF incrimination. If you are asked about something that YOU did, you can plead the 5th. But of you are asked about what someone else do, you cannot.
Yes, you cam cooperate with your boyfriend's defense attorney of you like. But if it appears that you are altering your testimony both you and he could be in trouble.
Do I Have A Medical Malpractice Case?
I Got My Merina Iud Birth Control About Three Months Ago And Now I Am Getting Surgery To Remove It. I Came To The Hospital Yesterday (08/03/2012) Bc I Was Having Pains In My Stomach On The Left Side By My Hip And I Had A Fever Since The Night Before. So I Came In And My Heart Rate Was 141 (Which Is High) And They Gave Me Fluids And My Heart Rate Kept Getting Higher. Then My Fever Went Up To 102.3
And They Did All Kinds Of Tests And Still Cant Figure Why Im Spiking Fevers Seeing That My Highest Fever Was 103.9 Last Night (08/03/2012) Bc All My Tests Are Normal But My Iud (The Merina) Got Out Of My Uterus Somehow And Is Floating Around In My Belly (In The Peritoneal Cavity) They Think That The Nurse Inserted The Iud Poked It Through My Uterus Or It Floated Up Through My Fallopian Tubed And The Doctors Also Say That They Have Never Seen Or Heard Of Anything Like This Before.
I Am Very Upset About This Seeing That I Have A 4 Month Son And I Had A C-Section With Him And A Few Weeks After Having My Son, I Had To Get My Gall Bladder Removed And Now I Am Having Another Surgery To Get My Birth Control Removed.
So.. I Guess I Am Asking If Anyone Has Heard Of This Happening, Had This Happen, And If I Have A Medical Malpractice Case That I Can File Against Planned Parenthood.......???
Probably not. I know it sounds like a $hit answer but how attorneys figure out a medical malpractice case is more business than medicine, meaning if there is enough money to recover in damages for THEM to make it worth their while not you. Planned Parenthood is classified as a not-for-profit, which we all know they have millions of revenue but classed as a non-profit you would be hard pressed to find an attorney who would be willing to do this considering the bad press it will no doubt bring. Now, if you were able to learn that they routinely inserted IUD's improperly and caused several women distress and undo corrective surgery then you would be talking about a class action suit and the lawyers would probably clamor over each other to take it on regardless of who it's against.
Also, the determining factors to even get an attorney to consider malpractice is that YOU must first prove that there was in fact human error (not just suspect it but be able to prove it) and at who's hands it came...the layers, believe it or not, won't do that for you because again, there's no money in that! Without medical professionals that are willing to stand up against other medical professionals and no support from law firm P.I.'s, how are you supposed to do that?
Lastly, you have to determine what your damages were. If you have insurance that's picking up the tab for the surgery, you're not out that money. Pain and suffering in a case like this isn't worth enough to them to warrant a suit. The fact that you've had several surgeries in the past few months questions your personal health rather than the care you've received, and that goes against you.
(FYI, it's not that uncommon for IUD's to shift actually, which is why they aren't terribly popular choices for birth control, and it will make it that much more difficult to pin the fact that it did shift on human error.)
But hey, it costs nothing to call a firm who specializes in medical malpractice and ask just to be sure. I only answered because just last month I had an ER surgical procedure in which the ER surgeon actually admitted "torturing" me and personal fault for his inability to properly anesthetize me before taking the scalpel to me, and he did this in front of my husband so I have an eye and ear witness! In the process I believe he caused me nerve damage that I didn't go in there with and have an appointment with a specialist to determine if that's the case. The information I just shared with you is what I was told by a medical malpractice firm when I inquired, and was told that he was guilty of misconduct and should be reported to the State (why? So THEY can fine him and profit?!) but that it wouldn't render enough revenue for the law firm to go after him on my behalf. Of course if I learn through the specialist that there is nerve damage, especially if it is permanent, I will find another firm who will assist and never return to the one that told me what I've shared because I think they're turds for it.
Good luck though. I hope you make a full recovery.
What Is Occupational Segregation?
In The Simplest Explanation. Details And Examples Are Helpful
Occupational segregation is mainly due to gender bias.
Horizontal segregation refers to differences in the amount of people of each gender present across occupations. This is kind of based on stereotypes. An example would be the idea that nurses and teachers are often pictured as women whereas doctors and lawyers are often assumed to be men.
Vertical segregation describes men's domination of the highest status jobs in both traditionally male and traditionally female occupations. It's the 'glass ceiling' expression, or in other terms, the existence of vertical segregation is referred to as allowing men to ride in a "glass escalator" through which women must watch as men surpass them on the way to the top positions.
Other sub-categories of occupational segregation:
- Gender-based division of labor, in which women and men are responsible for different tasks.
- Gender essentialism is the view that women are more competent than men in areas such as nurturing and caring, whereas men are more competent in areas such as providing financially.
- So-called 'cultural schema', an example of which is the idea that that men are more natural managers than women. There is, however, no evidence to support this claim.
What Happens If You Break Your Custody Agreement?
What Happens When You And Your Ex Have A Custody Agreement For The Kids .... Like A Stipulation That Says The Kids Cannot Be Around A Certain Person And You Break It, Does The Kids Immediatly Go Back To The Other Parent Or How Does That Work?
You certainly could if s/he files for contempt against you for violating the custody order.
If you're a woman, you're less likely to have any worries because family court is heavily tilted in favor of mothers... even rotten ones.
If you're a man, you're likely to get heavily sanctioned.
I think right now in this country and abroad, marriage & having children is a scary proposition.
Today, the divorce rate is so high due to no-fault divorce. If you have kids, for women - that means they hold all the cards. That's why women say, "Oh, make sure you're married!"
A man today has to realize that, love and "the dream" aside, the risks to men/fathers far outweigh the rewards. Check the source - some great books on just this issue.
Family court is tilted heavily in favor of women/mothers. Moms have all the rights, get all the benefits, and dad is too often relegated to a visitor in his children's lives while being an ATM machine fro mom. He can lose half (or more) of the cash, cars, house, investments, etc... and worse - the children.
Seriously, if I had known then what I know now about how the divorce machine sucks in fathers, grinds them up, and spits them out so unceremoniously, I'd have had a vasectomy at 18 (and I love children - have two of my own).
With no-fault divorce (the biggest killer of marriage and families) you don't need an excuse anymore to get a divorce. You just don't have to feel like being married anymore - and with that reality comes the truth - a marriage is no longer a contract, so what's the point except to put yourself and your future at risk when someone "doesn't feel like it anymore?" With women (who have children) initiating almost 3/4 of divorces today (most men don't even see it coming), it's the smart man who chooses not to get married and certainly not have children... and that's a shame.