Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will see that there are many lawyers in the area that advertise that they can specialize in your kind of case. This can make the whole process of finding one with a great deal of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the tips below you will be able to restrict your search off to the right one out of very little time. The first task is to make a selection of the lawyers which are listed in your area focusing on your needs. While you are causeing this to be list you ought to only include those that you have a good vibe about based upon their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by using a bit of time evaluating their internet site. There you must be able to find just how many years they are practicing plus some general information about their success rates. At this time your list must have shrunken further to those which you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate amount of experience. You ought to then make time to lookup independent reviews of each and every attorney. Be sure to see the reviews instead of just depending on their overall rating. The info in the reviews provides you with a solid idea of the way that they communicate with their clientele and how much time they invest into each case they are taking care of. Finally, you should talk to at the very least the past three lawyers that have the credentials you are looking for. This will provide you with some time to truly evaluate how interested they are in representing you and your case. It is actually vital that you follow all of these steps to actually find a person which includes the proper amount of experience to help you the perfect outcome.
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Does Anyone Know Of A Good, Experienced, Non-Aragant Estate Planning/Probate Attorney In San Francisco?
We Had A Family Estate Planning Attorney Who Handled The Estate Of A Deceased Family Member, Prior To His Death! We Found Out That The Attorney Amir Atashi Rang Did Not Do His Job Properly, So Now We Are Stuck With A Useless Trust Agreement That Is Totally Unenforceable Due To The Incompetent Handling Of The Trust By Decedents Attorney. Now We Are Having To Go Through Probate Court, In Order To Settle Decedents Estate. We Need To Hire Another Lawyer Now; In Order To Straiten Out The Mess Of The Original Attorney!
www.findlaw.com or www.lawyers.com are a good place to start looking for a probate attorney. Most will speak to you for free and you can judge from his or her attitude if you would like them to be your attorney.
There are comptetent lawyers out there, they may be slightly arrogant but there honestly are competent ones who will do their very best for you. For a fee, of course.
Look For An Ultra-Aggressive Child Custody Attorney - Chicago Or Lake County?
My Current Lawyer Was Knowledgeable, And Honest, And Perhaps Too On The Passive Side.
My Ex Hired A Bulldog, Shrewd, And Calculating Attorney. My Ex Got A Huge Chunk Of My Life Savings And Steamrolled My Rights.. Lots Of Lies. Very Unfair. And She Won Big.
Now More Issues Are Coming Down The Pipeline Related To Her Taking Time Away From My Child. It Was Hard Enough How She Ruined Me Financially. Now She Is Going To Play That Same Game With My Time/Custody Of My Little Girl.
I Need To Do It Differently This Time. Please Help Me Find An Aggressive Attorney Who Can Match Her Lawyer In Terms Of Style. Chicago Or Lake County -- Please Can Help Me!
First problem is learning what you can be doing on your own, before talking to an attorney. And how to interview and hire an attorney. For this, go to Dads House in Yahoo Groups.
Denial of visitation, barring the use of false allegations by her, can be handled Pro Se. In many states, she is not allowed to bring an attorney in for these types of hearings. Check with the Clerk of the Court for any forms. It's something attorneys don't tell their clients.
About The Children
I recently set up a scenario on this company just to see how they would respond. When they called me they gave the right answers and recommendation in handling a Pro Se case. Now, that was just one scenario on one state's laws, so I cannot say how they will perform overall, but you might check them out.
Jeffery Leving is a good father's rights attorney in Chicago, though he has a bit of an ego and can be a classic example of a pompous a**, but he knows his stuff.
Does Anyone Knows Of A Pro Bono Attorney In Employment Matters....?
Dscrimination Charges Based On National Origin, Sexual Harassment And Retaliation Against My Boss/Employer (A Ny Tv-Station) Were Filed With The Eeoc Last Year. I Would Like To Find An Attorney To Represent Me In Filing A Federal Lawsuit (Right To Sue Letter Was Received Today From The Eeoc).
I Have Plenty Of Supporting Documentation Form Emails From My Boss (From Home) Addressing Me As &Quot;His Love&Quot;, To Emails From The Office Asking Me For A Kiss, Names Of People That Were Present When He Asked About &Quot;Our Favorite Sexual Positions&Quot; And The Name Of An Executive Present When He Addressed Me As A &Quot;Bit**).
All Prompt Replies Are Appreciated,As I Have 90 Days From The Receipt Of The Right To Sue Letter (Today) To File Charges In Federal Court.
Most all Plaintiff's attorneys take cases on contingency, which means you don't pay them unless they win something, and at that time they will take part of the monetary recovery as a fee for their services.
If your case is good, an attorney will take it at no charge to you. I recommend calling a few attorneys in your area. You can look in the phone book or on the internet for your local bar association. Best of luck.
What Is A Civil Trial Lawyer?
What Types Of Cases Might This Type Of Lawyer Deal With? Can You Give Examples? What Makes A Civil Trial Lawyer Different From A Family Law Attorney?
Civil trial lawyers deal with disputes between people where the case does not fall under the general heading of "family'.
Examples include law suits for injured victims, wrongful death cases, low level contractual disputes, liable or slander.
Legal Advice On Wrong Age Of Dog?
I Purchased A Miniature Pinscher Dog From A Breeder. The Breeder Told Me He Was One Year And Three Months Old. She Hadn'T Yet Registered Him With Akc But Gave Me Papers To Do So Myself. When I Took Him To The Vet She Told Me He Is Not Under 3 Years Old And More Like 6-7. She And One Other Vet Looked At Him And The Second One Came To The Same Conclusion (Mostly Due To Plaque Build-Up). They Gave Me A Signed Statement. Can I Win If I Take This To Court? I Would Sue Her For The Money We Paid For Him And Keep The Dog Or Give Her The Dog Back But Ask For Not Just What We Paid But What We Have Spent On Him So Far As Well (Mostly In Vet Bills). We Have Contacted Her And She Isn'T Willint To Budge Although We Have Not Threatened A Law Suite... Should I Mention This To Her Before Actually Filing?
Well, this is an interesting one indeed. Unless these vets were board-certified dental specialists (and there are such vets) I don't know that this would hold up in court. Here is a link to a list of ADVC diplomates
If you were to get one of these specialists to give you a statement, that would carry significant weight if you were to sue or demand a refund.
The buildup of tartar alone would not be enough for me or my vet to make such a proclaimation. I've seen young dogs who are fed a horrible diet have terrible plaque -- and that's at 9 months of age when teeth should be pearly white! In addition, I've had experience with some lines of my breed (Belgian Tervuren) that have yellowing to teeth early due to saliva enzyme. Short of having a specialist examine him, it's not going to be easy to sue her...or even demand a partial refund.
How much time and money are you will to spend on this? Do you like the dog or would just as soon return him for a refund?
Is this a large-volume breeder? You might have recourse if she is and you're in a state with puppy lemon laws. If you decide not to consult a specialist, I would draft a letter to the breeder, spelling out your concerns, along with a copy of your veterinary bills. She sold you a dog with dirty teeth, she should be willing to at least contribute to the cost of cleaning them.
Although the breeder may have indeed sold you an older dog, it's quite possible that she didn't... and unless you can get a sworn statement from a specialist to prove your claim, I don't see you getting very far.
You also will be paying more than usual for this dog's AKC registration as it's probably more than a year since the litter was registered. Did your breeder explain that to you?
Well, the ball is in your court, it's up to you to decide how to play it next.
Good luck and let us know how it turns out.
My Father May Have Died Due To Hospital Negligence/Malpractice, How Do I Find The Right Attorney?
Without Going Into Too Much Detail, My Father Recently Died And If It Weren'T For The Hospital, He Would Still Be Alive.
The Problem Is, I'M Not Connected, I Don'T Have A Family Lawyer, Or Anything Like That.
So, What'S The Best Way To Find A Competent Lawyer?
Are There Good Review Sites?
Are There Specific Things I Should Look For On Their Websites? Etc.
Thank You So Much In Advance
Google [your state] medical malpractice attorney. NRS