Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Irrespective of what your legal needs are you will recognize that there are loads of lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise which they focus on your sort of case. This could make the whole process of finding one with a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, in the event you follow the following it will be possible to narrow down your pursuit off to the right one out of very little time. The first task is to create a set of the lawyers which can be listed in your area focusing on your position. While you are making this list you must only include those which you have a good vibe about based on their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down if you take a while evaluating their website. There you should be able to find just how many years they are practicing and a few general details about their success rates. At this stage your list ought to have shrunken further to the people which you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate level of experience. You must then spend some time to lookup independent reviews of each and every attorney. Be sure you browse the reviews instead of just depending on their overall rating. The info within the reviews will give you a solid idea of the way that they connect to their clients and how much time they invest into each case that they are working on. Finally, you will want to meet up with at least the very last three lawyers who have the credentials you would like. This gives you some time to truly evaluate how interested they can be in representing both you and your case. It is vital that you follow many of these steps to ensure that you find a person which has the correct amount of experience to help you get the very best outcome.
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My Wife Filed For Bankruptcy.Why Does Her Lawyer Need My Financial Information And Will I Be Effected By It?
She Was Going Through The Process When We Got Married
The lawyer wants your financial information because once you got married, your assets (and debts) got legally combined to some degree. Her creditors may now seek repayment from your assets as well, since the bankruptcy is occurring while you are married. It would have been better to time the marriage to AFTER the bankruptcy was final -- then your marital assets would not have been affected.
You can obviously fight this in court, and may succeed, because the debts were incurred by her, prior to the marriage. But if they go after your assets and you have to deal with it in court, it counts as affecting you, doesn't it? Creditors will go after everything they can, in the hopes of maximizing repayment, and the courts will rule on actual assignment of debt.
Her bankruptcy will affect her individual credit rating. You may be able to take steps to ensure that it doesn't affect yours as well.
CAVEAT: I am not a lawyer, and this is definitely an area where you need competent legal advice. You may want to discuss the situation with a lawyer (she's already got one, so I'd start there) to see ways to minimize the impact on your overall assets.
EDIT: Sorry, I was answering the questions 1) Why is my information needed, and 2) will I be affected? It's reasonable to assume the asker also needs to know what to do about because he is affected. I agree the online websites may be useful to stay informed, but the best approach is to talk to a lawyer and get competent legal advice about your specific situation. Usually people go to the web to avoid paying for a lawyer, but in this case, the lawyer is already engaged. My advice remains -- talk to the lawyer to find ways to minimize the impact of the bankruptcy filing. It's better than trusting non-specific bankruptcy advice on a website (no matter how well written.)
So Is This Obama Mortgage Plan Really A Scam For Real Estate Lawyers To Take Your Money Up Front?
And Really Do Nothing....
You mean like Feinsteins husband? Oh wait, he is an investment banker. Hmmm, good question.
What Is The Responsibility Of A Defense Lawyer In The American System Of Justice.?
American System Of Justice
A defense lawyer in the American system of justice -- an adversarial system -- is to defend his client zealously.
As a defense attorney in America you must present the best defense possible for your client, even if you know that client is guilty. The client is presumed innocent before and until the State proves the client guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
However, most states prohibit you from soliciting answers from a Defendant that you know are false answers. For example, if the defendant admitted he did the crime, then you cannot call him to the stand and ask him questions that call for an answer requiring him to state that he did not do the crime.
Furthermore, it is the attorney's responsibility to force the State to prove each and every element of the alleged crime beyond a reasonable doubt. Elements or crimes are the actions required to commit the crime -- for example, the elements of larceny would be: 1) the taking of, 2) the property of another, 3) without the other's consent, and 4) with the intent to permanently deprive the other of his/her ownership rights.
Finally, it is the defense attorney's responsibility to present any and all defenses applicable to the client. Some well known defenses include insanity, self-defense, and alibi.
Of course the defense attorney must explain all the legal aspects of the case to the defendant, including the right of the defendant to appeal.
How Do They Calculate Alimony And Child Support?
Hi! I Just Found Out Recently That My Husband Is Processing Our Divorce Papers. I'M Still Searching For A Divorce Lawyer. I Just Want To Know, How Do They Calculate Alimony And Child Support? For Info About Us... We Live In Illinois, We'Re Married For 4 Years, We Have 1 Child, I'M Currently Jobless Due To Lay Off And He Has 2 Jobs (1 Full Time And 1 Part Time). He Has Car Loan And Credit Card Debt. How Long Will He Give Us Alimony And Child Support?
Seeking A New Attorney, But Highly Recommended Attorney Is In The Same Firm/Office.?
I Have An Attorney Who I Think Is Pretty Complacent And Not Representing Us As Strong Or As Aggressive As I Believe She Should. I Have Heard From A Judge Who Is A Friend Of The Family That Another Attorney Does Real Well In The Court Room. The Down Side Is The New Attorney Is In The Same Office/Firm As The First One... Is It Ethical And Acceptable For Me To Switch Attorneys To One In The Same Firm/Office.
Have you discussed this with your attorney? Your current attorney cannot meet your needs if you fail to communicate with him/her. Before heading down that path, you should at the very least schedule a meeting with the attorney and express your concerns. I can tell you from experience that it is not advisable to change counsel in the middle of litigation. Things get sloppy, even within the same firm. If after you express your concerns and see no improvement, you will still need to speak with your attorney about transferring the case. Some firms have a no-transfer policy and fire you as a client on the spot. Our firm allows this, but I know of firms that do not. They take it as an insult. Yes, there are pompous firms out there LOL.
As a paralegal, I advocate attorney communication. Tell him/her your needs, your concerns and give the attorney a chance to work for you. They can't do that if you just decide one day to fire them. If it doesn't work out, I would recommend speaking to both attorneys regarding the transfer of the file. It happens in our firm because each attorney does specialize in something different. I'm just saying don't get your heart set on it. Not all firms allow it and this new attorney may have too large a case load.
**CAVEAT** I have 1-2 users that intentionally troll my answers to do nothing but automatically rate my answers with a thumbs down regardless of how accurate my answer is. My answer is NOT LEGAL advice and contains information easily found through Internet research. The unauthorized practice of law is defined as giving legal advice and/or representation TO CLIENTS. My answer in no way forms a client relationship. I am not an attorney.
Paralegals are not licensed to practice in any state, nor are paralegals regulated by any legal body. Registration is voluntary in a few states. Please do your research and know more about the paralegal profession before accusing anyone of committing UPL or ignorantly stating that a paralegal license (which no US paralegal has because it does not exist) or education can be revoked.
Living In Southern California And Need A Divorce Lawyer But Cant Afford One?
Ok This Is For A Friend But Not Me.
She Is Attempting To File For Divorce But The Paperwork Is To Confusing And She Also Cannot Find Her Now Ex. She Cant Afford To Pay For Her Legal Services Her Self, And She Has Also Attempted To Go To The Local Self Help Center At Our Court House But They Dont Do Much Else Then Give Her The Paperwork And Tell Her To Refill It Out. What Other Resources Does She Have? She Is Located In La County.
Have your friend call up local lawyers and explain her problem and ask them what it would cost to just have them do the bare minimum and just tell her what she needs to know.In fact show up and ask in person ..they could be sitting there bored..and knowing they are not going to make a fortune doing nothing might just take the five or ten Min's to help her. Normally an attorney would charge by the hour, for advice or instructions , but that is also in an ongoing relationship. I think she could find one that was willing to just charge her a small fee to file papers for her. The reason I say that is that is exactly what I did...and I found a lawyer who did it for me or i should say told me what to do ... by the way...he only charged me 76 dollars..I too was in L.A. co...my ex was also missing ..so a fee for an ad in the newspaper will be needed ..not much!!..and I guess that is very nice of a person.
Hope you can be as lucky!!!
ps. if your friend cannot even afford less than a hundred dollars for a serious thing like divorce ..she has much bigger things to worry about than a divorce.This is not a put down in any way just comon sense. I wish her the best!!