Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will notice that there are numerous lawyers in the area that advertise that they specialize in your type of case. This could make the whole process of finding one with a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, if you follow the following you will be able to limit your pursuit off to the right one in very little time. The first step is to create a listing of the lawyers which can be listed in the area focusing on your needs. While you are which makes this list you ought to only include those which you have an effective vibe about according to their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down if you take a while evaluating their site. There you should certainly find how many years they are practicing plus some general information about their success rates. At this moment your list needs to have shrunken further to the people that you felt had professional websites and an appropriate quantity of experience. You need to then spend some time to look up independent reviews of every attorney. Be sure to look at the reviews instead of just counting on their overall rating. The data from the reviews will give you a sense of how they connect with the clientele and how much time they invest into each case they are concentrating on. Finally, it is advisable to meet with at least the past three lawyers who have the credentials you are looking for. This will provide you with some time to genuinely evaluate how interested they are in representing your case. It really is important to follow many of these steps to actually find someone that has the proper degree of experience to help you get the perfect outcome.
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How To Find If A Lawyer Is A Lagitimate One??
I Would Like To Go Public For My Compnay &Quot;Ipo&Quot;, There Are Lots Of Financial Lawyers Offering Services, Tho How Do I Know Which One Is Good For That??
try this instead http://locate-lawyer.info/ It's a site that has Lawyers subscribed to it.
It's free to do. You shoot off your case and their lawyers are shown the info, then they might choose to take it or not and quote you a price, then you choose who you go with.
You get to thoroughly check the lawyer's backgrounds etc, it's good because you just spend 15 minutes with the site and that is it. You could have a choice of a few lawyers.
Looking For An Employment Attorney, No Upfront Fees & Not Afraid Of A Little Work. In Tn?
No One Wants To Take On A &Quot;Non Profit Agency&Quot; That Pays The Ceo $618,000.00 Yearly. They Also Only Want Open & Shut Cases. What Happened To The Lawyers Willing To Fight?
Sorry to say it, but if your state is anything like NY, you are not likely to find an employment attorney to work with no upfront fees.
Does Her Father Have Rights?
My Daughter Was Born In February Of 2010. Her Father Was Involved Until She Was 8 Months. He Had A &Quot;Mental Break&Quot; That Nobody Saw Coming And They Found Out He Was Bipolar. I Was At My Second Job That I Had Taken Because He Had Lost His. For Some Reason I Am Still Not Sure Of, I Chose To Be Late To My Second Job To Go Home And Grab A T Shirt I Didn'T Need. I Found The Door Opened, Middle Of Winter, Daughter In Just Her Diaper, And Rolling Around On The Couch With Her Father Gone. He Was Found Walking On The Freeway. He Was In The Mental Health Complex For A Year. His Parents Tried Convincing Me That It Came Out Of Nowhere So Nobody Was At Fault For Missing The Signs, But That Is The Primary Reason I Want Nothing To Do With Him And Can'T Trust Him To Be Alone With Her. I Still Stupidly Gave Him Another Chance A Year Later. I Thought A Year Would Be Enough For Him To Recover, So We Left It At That. While I Was Gone, There Were No Attempts For Contact Between Us. He Didn'T Try To See Her At All. I Went To Visit Him With Her. I Go Into His Place And He Sits Down In His Chair, And I Found He Had Been Drinking. He Was Alone, And No, My Daughter Was With Me Not With Him. Never. Suddenly He Goes Off And Gets Delusional. At This Point, I Decide The Visit Was Not A Good Idea Considering He Was Behaving This Way On A First Time Visit. I Get Up To Get Ready To Go And Get My Head Slammed Into The Kitchen Sink And Then The Floor. It Was A Concussion And He Was Put In Jail. Since Then, There Has Been Absolutely No Contact Between Us Or His Family. There Have Been No Attempts To See Her. He Is Not On Her Birth Certificate Either. I Am Remarried Now And It'S Been 2 Years Since This Happened. My Husband Would Like To Adopt Her And Have His Name On Her Birth Certificate.
Since Her Father Is Mentally Ill, Is On The Highest Dosage Possible For Bipolar, Has Shown Violence Twice Towards Us On Two Separate Occasions And Has Not Had Contact For 2 Years, Does He Still Have Rights As Far As She Is Concerned? Can My Husband Just Adopt Her Or Do I Need To Convince Her Father Who Has Nothing To Do With Her And Is Not Listed On The Birth Certificate To Sign Away Any Rights He May Have? What Can I Do In This Situation? We Are In Wisconsin.
His parental rights still need to be formally terminated by a judge. There is a process for doing that which a lawyer can help you through.
Before you allow your husband to adopt her, remember that if you should divorce (hopefully not : ), he has as much right as you do as her legal parent to get full custody of her, so think that through carefully before you make him her legal parent.
I am sorry for this situation. I know it seems like he does not care for his daughter, but when a person's brain chemistry is not right it it means he is not in his right mind and not able to rationally think through things. If he were in a coma, for instance, he would be unable to be a part of her life but I'm guessing your probably wouldn't terminate his parental rights. Even though he is conscious, in his condition he is as much unable to make rational decisions about being involved with his daughter as he would if he were in a coma. By all means, keep her safe from him until a time when he is able to be rational again, but think very very carefully before you totally cut off his parental rights,
Wishing you well.
Can You Declare Bankruptcy Without A Lawyer?
I Would Like To File For Bankruptcy Without Having To Pay A Lawyer
You can, but unfortunately you are pretty much guaranteed to fail unless you have extensive knowledge about such legal cases. If you leave out just one form or don't file all the correct forms at the correct times, your case will be dismissed as being incomplete.
I usually refer to it this way when talking to my friends about bankruptcy. (You see, I've been there - I filed successfully - using a lawyer - five years ago after being diagnosed with a rare medical condition). It's called 'playing the game'. You are going to be in a courtroom with a judge and a bankruptcy trustee. What else do you usually see in a courtroom ? You guessed it - lawyers. If you don't have a lawyer, then you aren't 'playing the game' properly. This is an unwritten rule - as I said, you are free to represent yourself in any court case. But not having a lawyer gives a subtle (or not so subtle) hint to the judge that you don't like to 'play by the rules'. Your case will be scrutinized much more thoroughly than if you had a lawyer file it (correctly) for you. Bankruptcy lawyers KNOW the correct forms (which change every year), they know when to file such forms, they know how to fill out such forms, and in general, they even know the judges and the trustees since they work with them everyday.
My bankruptcy went through smooth as silk and it really wasn't that expensive to have a lawyer file it. I consider myself to be a fairly intelligent person, but I have essentially no knowledge about actually filing legal cases. My specialties lie elsewhere, i.e.in different fields. I have little doubt that if I had tried to file on my own that my case would have been dismissed as being incomplete or incorrectly filed. So then where would I be ? Back to square one. Would have had to start all over again. Bottom line - 'play the game' properly and use a lawyer.
Do I Have A Legal Case For Medical Malpractice?
My Father Recently Had A Stent Put Into His Artery Leading To The Heart. The Doctor Performing This Procedure Confessed To My Mother During A Post Procedure Meeting That He May Have Done More Harm Than Good. He Put The Stent In And Then Used A Filter But, The Filter Caused The Stent To Collapse. Basically, Rendering The Stent Useless And There Is No Other Way To Remove The Stent Of Have It Replaced Because Of A Prior Operation To His Heart.
Do I Have A Legal Case For Medical Malpractice?
No. Under absolutely no circumstances would YOU ever have a legal case for malpractice over a medical procedure performed on your father.
But if you are asking if your FATHER has a potential claim for medical malpractice the answer is probably not - but nobody can say for certain based on the teeny tiny amount of information you have provided.
Not getting the best outcome and/or not getting a good outcome does not mean a doctor has committed medical malpractice. Medical procedures are NEVER guaranteed. And I can guarantee that your father signed a whole bunch of forms before he went in for the surgery that acknowledged the surgery was not guaranteed to be successful and even acknowledged the possibility of death during the procedure or after the procedure.
To rise to the level of malpractice a doctor has to do something that no other doctor would have done. So if ANY OTHER doctor would have inserted the stent and then used a filter (which seems quite likely), then this doctor did not engage in an act of malpractice. And the fact this doctor freely informed your mother that the procedure failed and did more harm than good leads me to believe that this doctor is not at all concerned about being accused of malpractice. (Doctors who genuinely screw up generally go into CYA mode and don't admit or confess to any wrongdoing.)
I'M Wondering, Are There Any Lawyers Or Law Experts Out There That Can Assist Me With Some Legal Questions?
Last Night I Was Rear Ended In An Intersection, And The Driver Proceeded To Flee The Scene Of The Accident. The Passengers In My Vehicle Managed To Get The License Plate Number, But We'Ve Run Into A Problem. The Registration For The Car, And The Registration Of The License Plate Are Two Different People, Who Are Not Easy To Get In Touch With. All Three Of Us Are Minorly Injured (Whiplash, Neck Pain, Shoulder Pain..) And Are Worried That If He Has No Insurance, We May Be Getting Into A Tricky Situation. Do I Have Ground To Stand On As Far As Suing Goes? Is This Something You'D Reccommend? What If He Doesn'T Have Money?
From a legal point of view yes you do have a case, this can be approached from a number of angles. You can approach it in tort law, criminal law etc... If you would like anymore help I can do my best, you may contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org