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What Kind Of Attorney Do I Hire To Sue A Government Agency?
Recently Local Da'S Office Took My Confidential Records (Protected By State Code) And Disclosed To Third Parties. All They Can Do Now Is Say ''Sorry''. I Would Like To Sue Them For That, But I Don'T Know What Kind Of Lawyer Takes A Case Like That. I Looked On The Internet And From Yellow Pages, But All I See Is Criminal/Dui/Divorce/Corporate Etc. What Classification Do They Fall Under? I Don'T Wanna Pay Some Referreal Service A $100 For Such A Simple Piece Of Information, Especially Without Knowing If They'Ll Take My Case.
Where Are All The Sleazy Lawyers With Frivolous Lawsuits When You Need Them?
That's a violation of your rights based on the Open Records act. You need to call around to civil attorney's, or get the name of a good one. If the consultation isn't free tell them to jam it. Anyhow, what usually happens with a good attorney is he tells you whether he can handle it, if not he gets on the phone and gets you to someone who can. That second attorney will owe the first a finders fee when you settle. Good luck.
Can Anyone Help My Brother Find A Legal Adviser In Australia?
My Brother Is A Filipino Who Married An Australian. They Have 2 Kids... Because Of A Big Fight, Their Marriage Became Shaky...My Sister-In-Law Would Provoke Him By Parading The Fact That She Has Boyfriends While She Was Still Married To Him And Still Living Under His Roof.... Eventually, She Couldnt Provoke Him Enough To Leave Her, She Left Him... Meanwhile She Is Spreading The Fact That She Is A Batterred Wife... Doesnt The Australian Government Have A &Quot;Due Process&Quot; In Their Country...My Brother Is In A Country All Alone And Depressed... He Would Call To Us Crying.... In The 4 Mos. That My Sister-In-Law Was Still With Him, He Made An Effort Of Proposing To Her By Buying A Ring For Her Which He Paid Every Fortnight, Only To Be Rejected By Her....But She Still Took The Ring.... Can Anyone Help Him There By Giving Me A Number To A Legal Adviser? She Is With My Nephews---Aged 5 & 2.... Please Help Him Find Them....Please..............
Your question is unclear? Why do you wish to find a lawyer? To organise a divorce? Any family lawyer can do that. Australia has a no fault divorce - it doesnt matter who "cheated", the marriage is considered over with no one being at fault.
My Husband Is Cheating On Me And I Am Pregnant. Can I Make Him Pay Me While I Am Pregnant?
I Met My Husband And We Dated Just A Couple Month And He Asked Me To Marry Him Because His Work Needs To Go Around Us And He Wanted Me To Wait For Him. I Decided To Marry Him. We Had Never Lived And Spent The Marriage Life Together. We Have Been Married For 4 Months But I Met Him Only 4 Days Because I Flew To See Him And I Get Pregnant When I Slept With Him In Just Only 4 Nights. Later I Found He Blocked My Facebook. I Used Family Locator And Found He Was Staying In An Expensive Hotel By The Beach. I Texted Him Please Stop Doing That But He Disconnected My Cell Phone Instead. He Said He Didn'T Cheat On Me. I Think He Could Say It Because We Had Never Lived Together And Look Like We Are Separated But He Texted Me And Called Me Every Days Until A Couple Days Before He Cheated On Me. Now I Think The Girl Is With Him At His House (We Are In The Different States) Because I Used Gmail To Message Him While I Don'T Have The Phone Connection But His Phone Was On In The Morning While He Was Working But He Turned Off The Phone In The Evening And He Tured In On In The Morning When He Is Already At Work. Our Marriage Is Effective Legally. I Am Thinking About Divorce But I Need Money When I Can'T Work. My Job Is Not Good For Pregnant Woman Because I Have To Lift Up Heavy Things All The Time And I Don'T Think I Can Do It When My Belly Is Big.I Know I Can Ask For Child Support When The Baby Is Born But Is Any Way I Can Get Money From Him While I Am Pregnant? We Didn'T Even Live Together And We Have Been Married Just Only 4 Months.
Get a lawyer. You need more help than a forum like this can provide. Good luck.
E-Mail Scam, Through High School Locator.?
I Received An E-Mail Messeage From David Kossi (Attoreny) At Dav102k@Yahoo.Com Thorugh My Old High School. This Meaasge Came Through My E-Mail At Road-Runner. Looks Like A Scam, I Get 50% The Attorney Gets 45% And 5% To Charity, Supposely A Relavtive Of Mind. The Amount Is 9.5 Million He Cannot Reach Any Relatives For 3Yrs. I Suggest You Check On This Individual Using Yahoo To Scam On The Internet. Thank You.
I Am Trying To File A Civil Law Suit. I Have Been Looking For A Civil Attorney?
I Have Been Looking A Attorney To Represent Me For A Couple Of Days Now. I Have A Breach Of Privacy Civil Suit Against A Goverment Entity In The Sacramento Or El Dorado County Area. This Would Be On A Contigency, But It Is A Clear Case Of Violation Of Confidentiality. Please Can Anyone Help? Maybe A Referal?
Go to the California State Bar website.
The California State Bar can give you a list of CIVIL attorney's in your area... no one can recommend an individual attorney. There is a CA case where an attorney handled a divorce for his client. After the divorce, the client asked him to refer her to a Bankruptcy attorney. He made the referral. Later, it was determined the Bankruptcy attorney srewed up the case. Guess who she sued.. her DIVORCE attorney for malpractice for referring her to the incompetent attorney... SHE WON.
Consequently, nobody with any brains refers to specific people anymore.
EDIT: I practice primarily family law.. the mediator screwed up. It is quite unfortunate and I appreciate how difficult it is to put the genie back in the bottle. If I was you, I would file an ex parte motion in the family law case and request an order that the report be amended, returned by all parties, that it NOT be disseminated in any way, and a specific order that your Wife not reveal this information to any other person.
That's about the best you can do.
Financial Aid For College, And Divorce?
If I Apply For Financial Aid During The Divorce Process, But Before The Divorce Is Final, Will I Need To Count My Husband'S Income?
I Will Need To Submit My W2'S From Last Year. Will They Count My Husband'S Income Whether Or Not We'Re Legally Married, Or Will They Separate My Income From His?
I'M Wondering If I Should Just Wait Until After The New Year (And After The Divorce Is Final) Before Applying For Financial Aid. Thanks In Advance.
Yes, they should include your (soon to be ex's) income if you are still legally married. You didn't state on whether or not your state has a legal separation in which you would have court documents that state that the two of you are planning on divorcing. This would make a difference. I would contact your financial aid department just in case. I think I remember you stating in another question that he is still living in the house until the divorce is final - but I do think that they will take his income into consideration since it is yet to be final!