Finding A Skilled Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will find that there are loads of lawyers in the area that advertise that they can concentrate on your form of case. This can make the entire process of finding one with significant amounts of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the tips below it will be possible to narrow down your pursuit on the right one in almost no time. The first step is to create a selection of the lawyers which are listed in the area specializing in your needs. While you are which makes this list you ought to only include those which you have an excellent vibe about according to their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down through taking a bit of time evaluating their website. There you will be able to find how many years they are practicing and a few general information about their success rates. At this stage your list should have shrunken further to those that you felt had professional websites plus an appropriate volume of experience. You should then make time to lookup independent reviews of each attorney. Be sure to browse the reviews rather than just relying upon their overall rating. The information inside the reviews gives you a sense of the way they connect with the clientele and the length of time they invest into each case they are working on. Finally, you will want to meet up with at least the final three lawyers who have the credentials you would like. This will give you the time to genuinely evaluate how interested they are in representing your case. It can be vital that you follow most of these steps to actually find someone containing the right amount of experience to obtain the ideal outcome.
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Father Custody Laws Without Parenting Plan?
My Husband Is Trying To Find Out If He Can Get His Daughter Because When His Ex Wife And Him Split Up Neither Made A Parenting Plan And The Ex Wife Took The Child. The Childs Now 5 And He Has To Ask Permission To See His Daughter. We Are Just Trying To Find Out If She Can Keep Him From Taking His Dauighter When He Wants To See Her?
I cannot believe a judge allowed a divorce without there being a custody plan in place for the child. That is incredibly unusual (as in it never happens--unless the judge didn't know the child existed, and if that's the case, they lied on the divorce papers). If the child has been with her mother for years and he simply takes the child without Mom's permission, it will be very easy for her obtain legal custody and to request/get an order requiring that any of his visitations from that point forward be supervised. He really doesn't want to have to have supervised visits. They need to go to court and get a custody/visitation plan.
I Have Costudy Of My 16 Year Old Son.I Still Have To Pay $300.00 Per Month In Alimony.I Get No Support.I No Longer Can Afford This.I Have Been Paying For 6 Months And Am Losing Everything.I Have No Extra Money To Hire A Lawyer.Please Help
You don't say a lot about your divorce settlement other than you pay $300 a month in alimony and receive no child support. bdancer's response about going to court to get the alimony changed or to receive support may be difficult. Alimony is not as freely awarded as it once was. If it is, the person getting it must not be very well off and I doubt they could afford support. Good luck, but I don't see how you could get anything done without a lawyer which you say you cannot afford.
Can Anyone With Law Office Experience Answer This???
I Worked In A Small One-Lawyer Law Office Over The Summer, Before I Quit In Frustration. It Was My First Legal Experience. I Really Liked Learning The Law Stuff...But I Didn't Care Much For The Place I Worked. The Lawyer Was Only A Couple Of Years Out Of Law School, The Office Was Chaotic And Disorganized, He Was In Deep Financial Trouble, Had More Cases Than He Could Handle-Yet Was Taking On More.
The Office Was Being "Managed" By His Ditsy, Catty, 20 Year Old Receptionist That Came To Work Every Day In Jeans With Her Fat Boobs Almost Busting Out Of Her Shirt....Ugh So Tacky. He Showed Me How To Do Default Judgement Packets One Day, And Then The Next Day I Was Hearing That I Wasn't Doing Them Fast Enough, And I Should Be Churning Them Out At The Rate Of His Experienced Paralegal. He Would Go Into The Network And Do Stuff That Would Make Us Loose Important Data Like Calendar Dates....Then Get Mad That The "Work Wasn't Done".
Is This A Typical Law Office Experience? I Really Am Interested In Legal Assisting, But Not If Most Offices Are Like That One.
I've never worked in a law office but have heard that most lawyers are rigid and tend to have an obsessive-compulsive personality as in wanting everything to be just so (as opposed to obsessive-compulsive anxiety disorder). Law offices are said to be fast-paced too. As for legal assisting or paralegal work, I'd asked my friend's mother who'd worked at a law firm in human resources, and she'd said that most law offices prefer a paralegal that has a bachelor's in 'something' (and most likely graduated from aba approved program). Several years ago, I spoke with a lawyer about paralegal and he said that he could instead merely hire a law student as an intern and not have to pay job benefits.
How Many Presidents Have Been Defense Lawyers?
I know Lincoln and Adams both did some criminal defense work, beyond that, I'm not sure who else, if anyone, worked as a defense lawyer and later served as President.
It's likely that most 19th century presidents that were lawyers probably did criminal defense work, as back then most lawyers were general practice attorneys, meaning they would take any legal work that needed to be done, as opposed to having a specialty within a large firm.
Have A Question About Juvenile Law?
I Have A Friend That Has A Daughter That Has Two Charges On Her Record (Larceny And Breaking And Entering). Some One Told Her That She Can Get It Cleared When She Turns 18. Is This True?
Depends where you live. You are able to clear your record in Canada if you are convicted as a juvenile. It also depends how old she is now, because you can apply for a pardon as well, I think 5 years after the conviction.
What Work Or Community Involvement Experience Does Aperson Need To Be A Lawyer???
Perhaps the information you have received about possible community work/involvement necessary to become a lawyer versus my experiences are worlds and/or planets apart.
Becoming a lawyer has nothing whatsover to do with community involvment/ work until after, if at all, you do become a lawyer. Once, you become a lawyer, choose/select your city, county, state and go from there. If you work for the city you will need to know the political scene and economic scene. People who become good lawyers work their ..........tails off for 5 years and from there..its competitive as hell to obtain the right positions, land as a lawyer for the quality companies, etc. If you are an independent lawyer, etc, perhaps you need to get involved with the community. Criminal prosecuting and defense lawyers need to work with the city. Corporate lawyers could give a damn about community or civic involvement. Private lawyers for big firms wouldnt know the difference between a community and a back rub.