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4 Ways To Help Your Lawyer Allow You To If you want a legal representative for any excuse, you must work closely using them to be able to win your case. Regardless of how competent they may be, they're gonna need your help. Listed here are four important ways to help your legal team enable you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest Or Higher Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - whatever information you're planning to reveal for them. Privilege means what you say is stored in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team has to know all things in advance - particularly information one other side could discover and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a regular and factual account of all the information pertaining to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the current data they should enable them to win. 3. Turn Up Early For All Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and get away from wasting the attorney's time, too, because they are by the due date, each and every time. In reality, because you may want to discuss last minute details or be extra prepared for the case you're facing, it's a smart idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate You Have Your Act Together If you've been charged with any sort of crime, it's important so that you can prove to the court that you just both regret the actions and are making strides toward boosting your life. For instance, if you're facing driving under the influence, volunteer for any rehab program. Be sincere and involved with the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely along with your legal team increases your probability of absolute success. Try this advice, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you need to win your case.

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Introducing Evidence On Slip And Fall Accident?
If Bob Fell On Antonio'S Sidewalk, Can Bob Bring Into Court That Other People Have Slipped And Fell On It Before Him? Can Antonio Bring In Evidence That He Didn'T Receive Any Accident Reports Of Accidents?

Yes to both.

But without Documentation the "reports" of the slips are not solid forms of evidence.

If you fall on my side walk and don't get hurt enough to go to the hospital or just graze your knee and put a band-aid on it and go about your day, there is no paper trail to prove the incident occurred.

Therefore it is their word alone that it happened.

Antonio's defense is correct that he had no knowledge of any accidents on his walk.

Did Anyone Hear About The Kliman Law Offices Before And How Good Are They Can We Trust Them And Do Their Help?
Law Offices

Kliman Law Offices is a solo practicioner (Burton Kliman). He is unrated by Martindale Hubbell, a leading attorney rating service. He lists thirteen (13) practicie areas as his specialty. These range from litigation, to bankruptcy, to family/divorce law, to real estate law, to business contracts.

It has been said that an attorney who practices in multiple fields is a specialist in none.

That being said, it all depends on what you need done. Many things that seem complicated are basic to attorneys. Many things that should be easy are difficult and complicated under the law.

You can probably trust the attorney, as most are trustworthy. However, you should always interview the attorney and get references for the kind of work you want done. This is, essentially, a job interview. If you are going to pay the fellow thousands of dollars, you should at least perform the same leg-work as McDonalds when they hire a fry cook!

Finally -- it would appear that Mr. Kliman's real strength is real estate and related transactions. Strangely, on his web-site, it lists the "principal attorney." However, neither his web site nor Martindale Hubbell lists any associates. Either he does all the work himself; has paralegals do much of the work for him; or he contracts his work out to other attorneys. These are important questions to ask.

Good Luck

PS - the following are the areas that Mr. Kliman claims to specialize in:

Real Estate Law; Foreclosure Law; Eviction Law; Zoning Law; Environmental Law; Business Law; Estate Planning Law; Domestic Relations Law; Family Law; Corporate Law; Litigation; General Practice; Bankruptcy Law; Contracts Law; Debtor and Creditor Law; Elder Law

How Do You Stop Visitation Rights In Tx?
Just Put Child Support And Worried About His Rights And How It Will Affect My Child. He Has Shown No Interest In The Past 3 Years , I Am Scared He Will Make This Complicated To Get Back At Me.

You cannot stop visitation rights in any ftate unless the parent has a record of abuse toward children. Sometimes visitation can be stopped, other times it has to be supervised. All states are the same, EVERY child has the RIGHT to EACH parent.

Depending on the age of the child can determine if visitation is allowed. Can the child speak for him/herself?

My ex didn't care to see my children...we even lived 1/2 mile apart. Children grew up not wanting anything to do with him. Their choice...court couldn't change it.

Talk to a lawyer is your BEST shot. Child Support and Visitation do NOT go together. TX can order $5.00/month CS and unlimited, unsupervised visitation; or they can order $1000.00/month and NO visitation. There is no way of knowing unless you have a record of any confirmed abuse to the child.

The court won't care about father not having interest in child. In fact, they might demand that he does. Good luck, I can feel for you.

Contacting My Parents Divorce Lawyer?
Im 15 Years Old And My Parents Got Divorced When I Was 4 My Dad Has Full Custody Of Me And I Have Never Seen My Biological Mother Before Not Even A Picture And I Been Depressed For Many Years Because I Feel Neglected And Abonded By My Mother Even Though I Dont Know Her , My Step Mom Lives With Me And She Loves Her Own Child To Death And It Makes Me Sad That Why Didnt My Mom Care And I Was Just Wondering If I Call My Dad'S Lawyer He Lives In Vancouver And Ask About My Mom And Possibly Contacting Her Would He Be Able To Help Me Out ? Even If Im Young I Can Wait Till Im 18 Would It Be Possible Then

Aww, your story breaks my heart. Call his lawyer and see if he can help you out, it wouldn't hurt anything. I wish you well.

You can tell the lawyer how important this is to you, and ask him to please not contact your dad. I don't know how old you are, but you could let him know you're willing to wait until you're 18 if you have to.

What Steps Do You Need To Take To Become A Civil Rights Lawyer/Attorney?
I Am A High School Junior, And I Live In New Hampshire.

1. Graduate high school with good grades.
2 Get a bachelor's degree in any field that involves reasoning and logic and writing. (Don't bother with a pre-law major. I suggest some type of history, social studies, English, philosophy, etc.)
3. Take the LSAT and do well.
4. Apply to law schools and get accepted.
5. Go to law school and graduate. (While you are in law school, you will be able to take classes that are specific to civil rights however they are not required to be a civil rights attorney.)
6. Take a bar exam and pass.
7. Practice civil rights law.

Pre-Law Help!!! I Want To Become A Lawyer, Need Some Advice!!! Any Info At All Is More Than Welcome!?
I Want To Become A Laywer, And Just Need Some Tips And Advice On What I Should Do: What'S The Best School To Go To, How Should I Prep For My Lsats, And Do You Have To Finish Up At A 4 Year University To Go, Or Can U By Pass All That Lol. Just Need Some Tips And Tricks On Pre Law And Becoming A Lawyer. Like What Classes Should I Take, Whats The Best Major For It, And How Long Does It Usually Take To Become One. Any Assistance With This Is More Than Appreciated. I Need Some Help With This, And If Im Doing The Right Thing By Going Into The Law Field. I Was Thinking Bankruptcy Law Or Maybe Family Law, Even Business Law Has My Attention Right Now. Which Is The Best Category Of Law To Go Into And Why? Is All That Work & School Really Worth It In The End? How Much Does It Cost Overall? Tell Me Anythng U Kno Abt Prelaw! Thank You So Much For Any Info On This!!!! Btw I Live In California, But Im Sure Becoming A Lawyer Has The Same Steps & Process Now Matter Where You Live. Thank You!

Hi, I'm a current law student and I will try my best to answer your questions.

1) Best school to go to: It depends on what type of law you want to practice and where you want to practice. Of course, if you come out of a top 14 law school (refer to usnews.com), you will not be bound geographically in terms of finding employment. Otherwise, it will be wise to pick a school where you want to live and practice law in future.

2) Do you have to finish four years of university: You must have a bachelor's degree before you apply law school whether you finish in three years or five years.

3) In college, I would suggest you take a variety of classes and enlarge your broad intellectual common sense. Of course you will have a major and you should pick a major that interests you the most. There is no requirement for which college major/class you need for law school. However, like the above poster said, if you take a philosophy class that teaches you basic formal logic, it can help you on the LSAT.

4) Which is the best category of law to go into and why: This question is impossible to answer unless I know what you're interested in the most. There are so many areas of law and most people do not know which area of law they want to practice until after completing the first year at law school. Some people still do not know what they want to practice after graduating from law school. Just because an area is a good area to get into, that does not mean it is the best area for you.

5) Is all that work & school really worth it in the end: It's really what you make out of. If you really like law and are determined to get through the program with your best efforts, you can probably be a good lawyer and it will be worth it. If you like law but do not put in your best efforts or if you do not like law, it may not be worth it in the end. Although there is some difficulty finding the first job out of law school for many people, after that, things get better I heard if you like what you do.

6) Overall, I think you need to ask yourself why you want to be a lawyer. Also, it sounds like you have not completed your college education. You may change your mind after 4 years of studying variety of subjects. If you're still determined to go to law school by 3rd year of your college, then start studying for LSAT and score as high as you can. (take a prep course through powerscore or testmaster) Also, work hard and shoot for a high GPA in college. Your GPA and LSAT score are the two most substantial admissions decision factors. Good luck!