3 Ways To Know You've Picked The Proper Lawyer It's pretty intimidating to undergo the court system, specifically if you lack confidence in your legal team. Allow me to share three important approaches to understand that you've hired the right lawyer: 1. They Concentrate On Your Form Of Case The law is frequently tricky which requires specialists to tackle the tough cases. When you want an attorney, try to find one who deals with the matter you're facing. Regardless of whether a member of family or friend recommends you employ a firm they know, once they don't possess a focus that's much like your case, keep looking. Whenever your attorney is definitely an expert, specifically in the hassle you're facing, you understand you've hired the right choice. 2. The Lawyer Carries A Winning Record Based on the circumstances, it can be challenging to win a case, particularly if the team helping you has virtually no experience. Try to find practices who have won numerous cases that relate to yours. While this is no guarantee that you case will probably be won, it offers you a much better shot. 3. They Listen And Respond In the event the attorney you've chosen takes time to listen for your concerns and reply to your inquiries, you've probably hired the right choice. Regardless of how busy they may be or how small your concerns seem from the perspective, it's crucial that they answer you in a caring and timely manner. From the purpose of view of a typical citizen who isn't knowledgeable about the judicial system, court cases can be pretty scary you need updates as well as feel like you're area of the solution. Some attorneys are simply just a lot better to your case than the others. Be sure you've hired the most suitable team to your circumstances, to actually can position the matter behind you as quickly as possible. Faith in your legal representative is the initial step to winning any case.
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Can Any One Recommend An Affordable Divorce Lawyer In Dallas,Tx For An Uncontested Divorce W/2 Kids?
I Recently Seperated From My Husband And Want To Get This Over With Asap. I'M Not The Richest Person But I Need An Idea As How To Get Started With The Process And Any Recommendations Would Be Helpful. Keep In Mind I'M In Tx And It'S A Community Property State .
None of them are affordable! If it is uncontested and he doesn't want custody then go for a no-fault divorce but get an attorney and set the separation date. Good luck..
I Divorced My Ex In Oct 05 After He Beat The Crap Out Of Me And Almost Killed Me. He Is Now In Prison For 15 Years For Attempted Strangulation And Attempted Battery. I Was Awarded Full Custody Of My Daughter With No Visitation For Him On The Off Chance He Makes It Out Of Prison In Less Than 15 Years. His Family Has Hated Me And Ignored Me For Years And Has Ignored My Daughter As Well. At His Sentencing His Father Let Me Know The Family Thought It Was My Fault That He Was In There. They Have Refused Contact With My Daughter Or Me Since Then, But Have Hired An Attorney To See If They Can Gain Some Custody In Leiu Of My Ex. They Are Going For Anything They Can On It And Are Trying To Press The Grandparent Thing Now. They Live In A State That Is Famous For Taking Children Away And Awarding Custody While The Kids Are Visiting In This State. Does Anyone Know Anything About This Type Of Thing? My Attorney Is Checking Into It, But I Want To Know Now Since This Is My Daughter.
You don't say which state you're in, and that will affect the advice you get. In some states, grandparents have been awarded rights. In other states, they don't get visitation rights.
The visitation would have to occur in your state, as long as you and your daughter have lived there for over 6 months at the time of the case being filed by the grandparents.
Have the grandparents already established a relationship with your daughter? Have they seen her a lot over her lifetime? If so, they are more likely to get visitation, since they have an established relationship.
If they do get visitation, try to get it written in the orders that the visitation MUST occur in your state, and that it needs to be supervised visitation.
For more information, google "Troxel" to see how that case affects cases in your state.
Help Attorney Needed?
Crackerjack Discrimination Attorney For A Kennesaw, Ga., Case Is Needed. Time Is Of The Essence. Thank You In Advance For Your Assistance.
Oh, don't you wish finding a good attorney were really this easy? Sorry, it's not.
Your phone directory probably has a yellow pages section for attorneys. If it covers a large enough area, they will probably also be broken down by specialty. Lawyers are almost as specialized as doctors these days, you know.
However, Kennesaw is probably not a very large town, and chances are there is no more than one attorney who would even be willing to accept a particular case. So if it is important that your attorney live where you do, you probably don't have many choices. Call all the attorneys in the book, and you may find one.
The more likely scenario is that you will need to go to the county seat (or is Kennesaw a county seat?), or even the state capital to find a large enough concentration of attorneys for your purposes. The good news is they tend to advertise with a good bit of information in the yellow pages, and also on the Internet.
How To Find Out Someone'S Place Of Employment? I'M An Attorney And Have Several Clients That Haven'T Paid Me?
I'M Planning On Suing Them But Am Trying To Prioritize Who To Take To Court First. I Figure It'S Best To Take The Ones That Actually Have Jobs First But I Need To Know How To Find That Out. Anyone Out There With Any Suggestions On Debt Collection?
Proceed with caution. The problem with debt collection if you're an attorney is they may turn around and claim that you committed malpractice in handling their matter. If they report you to the bar you may have to deal with an investigation. Even if their claim is frivolous, it'll be a major headache to deal with and will take time away from your practice. Next time, get a retainer up front to prevent this type of problem.
To find a place of employment, gather as much info about the person as possible to help you on your search. Do a Google search (sometimes the employer lists staff members on their websites). Also, Yahoo! actually has a free people search that sometimes shows updated employment info (go to Resources). Check with LinkedIn and other professional network places where the person's info might pop up. If all else fails, you can pay a company to do the search for you. Or better yet, just go ahead and sue them and find out the employment info during discovery. There are certain databases out there that can show employment info for a person if you have their ss# but i'm not familiar with them. Good Luck!
Divorce/ Custody, Can They Take My Baby Away?
If Me And My Husband Divorce We Are Goin To Fight For Custody Over Our 3 Month Old Son. Now I Spoke With A Stuck Up Man Attorney Just For Advice And This Is What He Told Me.. (Now I Cant Afford Him/ Or A Regular Attorney, So I Did An App For Rio Grande Legal Aid)...Anyway The Stupid Attorney (Who Is Not From Rio Grande Legal Aid) Told Me That Since I Dont Got A Job The Judge Will Get Mad. And Since I Got My Husband Fired From His Job They Could Take My Baby Away From Me Cuz That Was Inmature Of Me And I Did That Out Of Anger.. They Have No Proof Really That It Was Me Who Called But What I Did Was Call My Husbands Job And Let Them Know He Has A Felony And So They Fired Him Cuz He Did Not Tell Them About His Felony.. Is This True Can A Judge Take Away My Baby For Doing This Since My Husband Was The Sole Bread Winner??
Yes, it's true. You could (could, not will) lose custody. The judge is allowed to consider everything in custody cases. You acted out of anger, and it could show that your immature or mentally unstable. And they do have proof. If you deny it, it'll only make things worse.
But that one act in itself is probably not enough to lose custody. Now that act, plus your temper, plus the other ways you've abused your husband, plus the way you've abused your child, when you put all those things together, then you have a real problem. (I'm not saying you've done those things)
My advise to you is, first, be on your best behavior. Show that your mature, Intelligent, trustworthy, and a good parent. When the judge looks at custody, he's going to look at everything, not just one incident. You need to be on your best behavior.
The courts favor the mother, so you have that going. And he's a felon, that also works in your favor. The most likely out come is that you'll get custody. But nothing for certain, and getting your husband fired will hurt you in court.
Get a lawyer. This is just as important as feeding your child and giving him a warm safe place to live. Don't walk into a custody battle without a lawyer.
Make nice with your husband. Give him a reason to say "ok, I'll let her raise our child". Let him know that he can have as much visitation as he wants.
It will help your case if you have a way to support yourself. And your going to have to do something anyways. Child support won't be enough to support you and your baby.
Addition. When you do things like get your husband fired, your giving him a reason to fight for custody. I know revenge can feel good, but you need to start thinking long term. It's not so much what the judge is going to say, it's more about what your husband is going to do. Fighting for custody is a long drawn out and expensive process, and so is raising a child. If you give your husband a reason to, he might drop the whole custody thing. Give a little and get a lot.
And it's not just about custody. It's about the next 18 plus years. Many things are going to come up. Hell is having a continual argument with the other parent.
Boyfriends And Trust?
Ok My Boyfriend Has This Friend Who Has A Thing For Him. And Lately She Has Been Trying Everything She Can To Get Him To Like Her Back. Me And Him Have Been Together Forever And Its Not That I Dont Trust Him I Just Dont Trust If One Of These Times I Just Dont Trust What She Will.
Got Any Help??
Whether you trust her or not is irrelevant. He's the one you have the relationship with.
You can't do anything about what he or she will do. You don't own either of them.
If "trust" is what you are worried about, then its a very weak relationship.
Either you trust the guy, or you don't.
If you don't, then get out. You're wasting his time and yours. It will never change. And, it isn't love. It's some kind of twisted need to control.
If you did love him, you wouldn't be spending time thinking about trust. You'd take him as he is until he gives you real reason to believe he's been unfaithful. When that happens you'll have a decision to make, dependent on your own values. Either commit the ultimate act of love and forgive. Or, decide you love (and respect) yourself more and leave.
If you're serious about a relationship "trust" should not be on your mind. Love is trust.