3 Ways To Know You've Picked The Correct Lawyer It's pretty intimidating to endure the legal court system, particularly if you lack confidence with your legal team. Allow me to share three important approaches to recognize that you've hired the proper lawyer: 1. They Concentrate On Your Kind Of Case What the law states is often tricky and therefore requires specialists to tackle the tough cases. When you really need a legal professional, try to find one who deals with the issue you're facing. Regardless of whether a family member or friend recommends you use a strong they understand, should they don't possess a focus that's comparable to your case, keep looking. When your attorney is definitely an expert, specifically in the hassle you're facing, you know you've hired the best one. 2. The Lawyer Has A Winning Record Based on the circumstances, it could be difficult to win a case, specifically if the team helping you has minimal to no experience. Look for practices who have won numerous cases that relate to yours. While this is no guarantee that you simply case is going to be won, it will give you a better shot. 3. They Listen And Respond If the attorney you've chosen takes time to listen for your concerns and react to your inquiries, you've probably hired the right choice. Irrespective of how busy they can be or how small your concerns seem from the perspective, it's crucial that they react to you in a caring and timely manner. From the point of view of a common citizen who isn't knowledgeable about the judicial system, court cases might be pretty scary you need updates as well as think that you're area of the solution. Some attorneys are simply considerably better to both you and your case than others. Make sure you've hired the most appropriate team for the circumstances, to actually can put the matter behind you immediately. Faith with your legal representative is the first task to winning any case.
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How Do I Decide On The Degree I Want To Do? It'S Between Law And Primary Education.. Lawyer Or Teacher?
I Can'T Decide, At First It Was Law Because It Came Don To Money- Salary Etc But Now I Am Thinking, Do What Makes Me Happy And Ill Make More Money Doing What I Love, I Love Both Though. Law Is Very Very Hard And I Am A Woman, Might Hurt Me Later When I Have Children? But Is Teaching Children For Me?
I Love Children But I Am Not Sure What I Want To Do.
Does Hecs Allow Me To Do Both Degrees? How Do I Find Out?
I Keep Attempting Both :(
It's a tough decision. My advice would be to actually try them. I'm not really sure what you can do as far as trying out being a lawyer, but there are plenty of opportunities to work with children, why not volunteer at an after school program or as a tutor?
Don't let being a woman deter you from being a lawyer.
If you're worried about becoming a mother and having time for your children, being a teacher will be more "family friendly" - you can get off of work while it's still light out, for the most part, and you get summers off to spend with your kids. If that's something that's important to you, teaching might be a better choice.
But if you're okay with spending more time at work (and making more money) be a lawyer. I know some women lawyers with children- one of the lawyers my mother works with has I believe 5 children and her husband is a stay-at-home father. So you can still have a family, but you won't have as much time to spend with them.
It depends on your values. Try talking to some lawyers and some teachers, too. :) Good luck
How Would One Go About Finding A Good Employment Lawyer Who Represents Employees?
This Is In California.
Based On What I Have Heard In The Past, There Are Plenty Of Good Lawyers Who Represent Corporations But Not Employees.
You should look for what is called Wrongful Termination, if that is the case with you. In general, low firms who advertise Employment Law typically sell their services to Corporate HR departments.
Also, keep in mind that the so called referral firms are advertising shops. Lawyers pay to get on those lists and the referral firms do not know so much about the lawyers.
So, where should one go?
Look for Wrongful Termination as well as for firms that engage in Class Action suits. You may even couple that up with the name of your firm and see if there are any law firms out there that have filed and won class action suits against your employer.
Good luck to you.
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!
Legal And Moral Law? 10Pts?
Can You Please Tell Me What'S The Difference Between Legal And Moral Laws? Im Really Confused. I Think They Are The Same Thing But I Know That'S Not Right.
Please Give Me An Example.
Legal laws are just that...laws that are written in some form or another. Moral law would fall under the prima facie obligation. Google that term and you should be all set.
Elder Abuse Help In Financial Nature Law?
87 Year Old Women Gets Told To Sign A Paper. It Ends Up Being A Deed To Her Property. Now We Cant Seem To Get Property Back And New Owner Wont Answer. Attorneys What 5000 To Even Start. We Have Had Such A Hard Time Getting Help We Are Putting Together A Campaign And Hope To Find Volunteers. Adult Protective Services Says Nothing They Can Do. Michigan State Police Say We Will Have To Fight Through Court. What A World. Any Help Is Appreciated.
That's simply not true...a deed doesn't just get signed and it belongs to someone else.