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Finding An Experienced Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will see that there are loads of lawyers in your town that advertise that they specialize in your sort of case. This can make the whole process of finding one with a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the following it will be easy to restrict your quest to the correct one out of very little time. The first step is to create a list of the lawyers that happen to be listed in your town specializing in your situation. While you are which makes this list you need to only include those that you may have a good vibe about based on their advertisement. You can then narrow this list down by using a while evaluating their webpage. There you will be able to find just how many years they have been practicing plus some general information about their success rates. At this moment your list should have shrunken further to individuals that you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate level of experience. You need to then spend some time to check out independent reviews of each and every attorney. Be sure to look at the reviews instead of just counting on their overall rating. The information within the reviews will give you a sense of the way that they interact with their customers and the length of time they invest into each case that they are working on. Finally, you will want to talk to no less than the very last three lawyers that have the credentials you are looking for. This will give you time to truly evaluate how interested these are in representing you and the case. It can be important to follow every one of these steps to actually find someone which includes the right degree of experience to obtain the very best outcome.

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How To Find A Good Lawyer?
I Have A Small Business In A Moderate Size City. I Can'T Find An Attorney. Either My Case Is Too Small, Or They Have A Conflict. I Hired One And The Idiot Didn'T Even Open My Webpage About The Issue With All The Details, Showed Up Unprepared And Told Me To Set The Case Up. Another Told Me After He Took The Case And We Were Headed To Court, That He Had To Ask Permission Of The Defendant Because She Was A Client Of His, Not Current But Does Some Things For Her During The Year. There Is A Real Old Boy Network And I Need An Aggressive Attorney That Can Handle Small Business Issues. A Third Was So Afraid Of The Other Attorney, He Just Kissed His Behind And Was His Yes Man The Whole Time, I Think He Wanted A Job With That Firm. Arrrghhh. Suggestions Please? I Want To Go After One Of Them For Legal Malpractice.

sounds like you are a real plum. I would love to read the web page, can you email me the url?

if you don't like the lawyers in your town, all the rest in the whole state are available. they can't all have conflicts.

My guess is you are not willing to pay top dollar for top talent, and your case does not involve a very interesting legal principle nor does it promise a profitable effort. Although it may be important to you, that doesn't mean it is going to be important to anyone else, especially those with top skills who are in demand for top dollar for interesting cases.

I Need Lawyer Advice!!!!!!!!?
My Mother In Law Doesn't Like Me And Always Makes It A Competetion Between My Family And Hers And We Moved In With My Mom To Save Money To Buy Our Own House The House We Lived In Wasnt Perfect For A Baby And The Way She Is Acting We Told Her That She Can't See Our Daughter Until She Stops And Acts Like A Human Being. She Calls Me Horrid Names And If You Have Seen The Movie Monster In Law With Jennifer Lopez Its Worse Than That... Now She Is Threatening To Call Childrens Services On Us And Get My Husband (Her Son) For Incompatance Because He Never Followed Up With The Military For Post Dramatic Stress... From Being In Iraq (He Is Completely Fine Doesn't Want To Harm Himself Or Others Trust Me!) Guess Question Is Can She Do This And Does She Really Have Rights To See Her Grandchild... She Calles And Curses Us Out Daily ..Would U Want Your Daughter Around That ?

Grandparents do not have inherent rights to see their grandchildren. However, there are some situations in which a grandparent will be able to exert visitation or custody rights when the parents are incompetent. However, if you husband were found to be incompetent (which doesn't sound like will hapen) your children will not be removed from his custody unless a court orders that be done and, in that event, you would be given full custody and could still preclude the grandmother from seing your children in all but the most exceptional cases. In my state (California) the grandmother must actually prove that there is a significant bodn already developed between her and the grandchildren and even having custody of the child for several months didn't rise to that level in one case I know of. Ultimately, I believe you have nothing to worry about. Typically CPS will hear her case and do nothing; at most, they will open a file on it and drop it after investigation if there is no evidence to substantiate any hardship or danger to the child. Keep in mind that a "best interests of the child" standard will be used and there is generally a presumption that staying with the married parents is in the child's best interest.

Regarding your latter stated concerns, I would keep a record of the text messages, possibly contact your phone provider for a print out of them for your records. It generally does not present a problem that you are living with your parents if all of the child's needs are provided for and there is no significant disruption caused by that arrangement.

One thing I do need to respond to is that you shouldn't record anyone's phone call unless you have a restraining order from a court granting you the right to do so or that person's written or recorded consent.

*This entry is not intended to constitute legal advice or create an attorney-client, fiduciary, or other legal relationship.

Where Is There A List Online With E-Mail Addresses Of Immigration Attorneys?

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Legal Advice?
Recently, I Replied To A Job Offer That Was Posted On Craigslist For A One Day Only Bartender For A Local Fair. It Promissed $6\Hr Plus Tips. Now That It'S Over I Contacted The Guy Who Was Organizing It And He Said That Sence I Made More In Tips Than Everyone Else He Wasn'T Going To Pay Me The $6/Hr Because It Wouldn'T Be &Quot;Fair&Quot;. I Would Like To Take Him To Small Claims Court Or Something To Get My Due Money But I Have'Nt A Clue As To How To Go About It. Any Info Would Be Helpful.

Ask yourself: Is it worthwhile to spend a couple of hours filling out a form and filing it with the Small Claims Court, and returning to court and spend another few hours awaiting your turn before the judge and pleading your case; then, having to file the necessary paperwork to enforce your judgment and maybe get nothing; or do you just want to move on because it is too much trouble?

I would write a demand letter first, stating your gripe.

Then check out the business name at www.bbb.org, if you have it. I would then file a complaint with the BBB, if his business is registered.

I would also complain to Craigslist.com; maybe his business will be barred from advertising there because of your complaint.

I would also complain to the fair organizers. Maybe they can give you the guy's real name, and the fictitious business name of his business. You will need this info in order to sue him, both individually and as a business entity.

If you have his fictitious business name, then you can go to the County Recorder' s Office, and discover his business' address or agent for service of process.

Thereafter, go to the small claims office in the venue of where you worked; they probably have a legal assistance office.

Good luck!

Question On Familty Law Divorce Attorney?
My Mother Is Recently Going Through A Divorce, For Some Reason We Believe Her Attorney Has Ties With My Fathers Attorney. My Mom Has Opposed To Sign The Final Agreement. The Agreement Is Less Favorable Towards Her. She Asked Her Attorney That Their Was Lots Of Properties Not Listed On The Final Agreement Her Attorney Said That My Father Can Re Evaluate What Our House Is Worth All Over Again At Any Time, And Will Give My Mom Less. Can He Do That Even If Their Seperation Was Way Before The Market Went Down? What Can She Do?

Yes, your father can get a new valuation on the home. The valuation really has nothing to do with the separation, it should be at the time of the divorce or an amount agreed upon. As to your question about the two attorneys being associated, that isn't that unusual. Most attorneys know one another, especially those involved in divorce cases.

Not knowing how much "property" is involved, it's value or the value of the property, I wouldn't be able to tell if your mom is being taken advantage of or if this is a fair deal. Is the property that has been left off of any real value?

She can always change attorneys and start the process again but will have to pay her first attorney. Did your mom ask her attorney about any ties to your dad's attorney? They are required to tell you.

Is This What Lawyers Do (Need Advice)?
If A Client Comes To Them With A Ligit Greivance Against Someone Who Has Wronged Them, But It Might Not Be In The Best Interest For The Client To Sue, As Long As They'Re Working On Contingency Do They Just Take All Cases That Come Their Way Because All They Have To Do Is Send A Letter To The Defendant And Hope He Settles? Is It Like Throwing A Bunch Of Bait From Whoever Walks Through Their Door And See Who Bites On The Defendant Side? Or Do They Actually Turn Down Cases Even Though They Might As Well Could'Ve Sent An Attorney Letter Asking For Damages? I&Quot;M Asking Because I Went To An Attorney With A Case That Might Be Very Emotionally Hard For Me To Follow Through On, And Should The Defendant Not End Up Having Money Would Be Catastrophic For Me To Have The Stigma That I Tried To Sue And Live With The Consequences. The Attorney Was Very Casual About It And Said He Can Send Them A Letter Asking For A Certain Amount Of Money. I Don'T Know Whether To Feel &Quot;Happy&Quot; He'S Willing To Take On The Case, Or Is He Just Sending A Letter Than Any Attorney Could Send To See If The Other Side Bites And Is Willing To Settle, So I Should Be More Choosey In Who I Hire? Hope This Makes Sense!!!!!!!!!!

First off, so long as you have not entered into an attorney-client relationship, you can shop around and see what other lawyers have to say about your case (many don't charge for initial interviews).

Furthermore, understand that a lawyer serves as his client's fiduciary, which is to say it is the lawyer's job to look out for the client's best interests and, so long as there are no legal or ethical violations, to act according to the client's wishes. If a lawyer violates his ethical duties, or fails to adequately pursue the client's case, the client may sue him for legal malpractice and he will also be subject to discipline by the relevant bar.

As to your initial questions, a lawyer will conduct an initial client interview to find out about the grievance. At that time, the lawyer will get his first impressions of the case and determine if there's anything (not necessarily just a lawsuit) that he can do to help. He may conclude that there's absolutely nothing that can be done for the prospective client, but lawyers are clever and often will find some claim, defense, or other action that can be used. After that, he will often need to do some research into the legal issues presented by the client's case. After forming the claim(s) for which the client is seeking relief (assuming client is a plaintiff) the lawyer may present the claim to the defendant in order to negotiate a settlement. If nothing comes of negotiations, then a lawsuit may be filed. Understand also that a lawyer may very well come up with a solution for the parties involved that does not involve either seeking damages, such as a restraining order or, even an informal agreement. Hope this helps somewhat.