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Best Way To Find An Attorney In The State Of Georgia?
I Have Damage To My Property (Land) That Is Being Caused By A Few Of My Neighbors. It Is Not Covered By Insurance Of Any Of The Parties Involved. This Is Going To Be A Civil Case, I Am Sure About That. I Have Contacted Them, Told Them About The Problem, And They Are Refusing To Do Anything About The Problem. I Have Tried To Do The Neighborly Thing And Get This Taken Care Of Outside Of Court, But It Looks Like That Its Not Going To Be That Easy. Everyone Is Pointing Fingers And No One Wants To Take Liability For The Problem. I Hired Professionals To Diagnose The Problems And Everything. Now I Am Just Not Sure What To Do.
I Have Never Had To Deal With This Issue Here In The State Of Georgia...So I Have No Idea How To Go About Getting A Good Attorney. I Don'T Want To Go With Someone That Doesn'T Have Much Experience. I Need Someone That Is Strong And Knows What They Are Doing In Situations Like This.
Does Anyone Know A Good Website Or Resources To Help Me Find Someone That Would Really Help Us Out. This Is A Very Unique Situation Because There Are 4 Properties Involved.
Also...Will Most Attorneys Do A Free Consultation, Or Do You Believe That I Will Have To Pay A Fee Upfront? Any Information Would Be Greatly Appreciated.
Most attorneys will have someone talk to you--it may not be an attorney. If the case is not up their alley, you can usually get a referral to someone who does good work in that area. If you call a dozen attorneys, you'll probably start to get some overlap in who you are referred to.
Otherwise, you can go to your local library and ask the librarian how to use the print edition of the Martindale Hubbell Directory. The online version is worthless.
Or, post your town and I'll find someone for you.
EDIT: The attorney you want to ask for a referral is Alan Mullinax. He is a peach of a guy. Has pictures of himself and every big shot in Atlanta hanging in his office. His favorite is of him and Muhammad Ali.
Alan is not the guy who will take your case, but he is a great friend, and he knows every reputable lawyer in Lawrenceville and he will set you off on the right foot. Here is his contact information:
Law Offices of Alan Mullinax & Associates, P.C.
Lawrenceville, Georgia Office
296 S. Culver Street
Lawrenceville, Georgia 30046-4806.
Tell him Odd Job says hello.
How Much Do You Get Paid For A Slip And Fall Accident?
Well it depends on how bad you were hurt and whether the property owner is liable for negligence. Most Insurance policies have a MED Pay provision which is no fault and it is usually 5-10k which could at least pay your med bills. Also depends on what state you are in and when the event occurred. Most Med pay claims must be made with 1 year of the fall. You really need a lawyer. Many lawyers will not take slip and fall cases because they are very difficult to win and the standard of proof is high. It also depends on where you fell and why you were where you were ..I .E. you could have been an invitee, a licensee or a trespasser. Your question lacks sufficient detail and therefore the real answer is I cannot tell you if it is worth anything.
Like To Get An Attorney Referral?
I Am Being Discriminated For Not Getting A Promotion For Many Years. No Training Provided To Me. But Others Employees Got The Training To Prepare For Promotion. I Still Have Four More Years Before Retirement, I Am A Hardworker. I Feel Being Used But The Management Is Not Rewarding On My Hard Work. I Need To Find An Attorney Would Take Continguency In Orange County, Ca. I Am A Single Parent With A Mentally Adult Son. Please Refer Me.
Would A County Bar Association Be Willing To Take On A Case Of Expungement Of A Felony Conviction For No Fee?
My Son Has A Felony Conviction He Wishes To Be Expunged But Has No Money To Hire An Attorney? Does He Have To Be Completely Through With His Parole To Begin This Process, And Would The County Bar Association Be Willing To Take On Such A Case For Little Or No Money?
No, a Bar Association would not take an expungement case. Generally, they only refer people to lawyers for pro bono cases to help someone with a defense or family court situation. As far as expungement goes, a person cannot be on parole and have a conviction expunged. They are technically still serving the sentence for the offense. Also, most states require a certain number of years to have passed before expungement will even be considered. Only convictions of certain crimes may be expunged.
Your son should be aware that if he is trying to do this for the sole purpose of having a clean background for employment sake, his expunged conviction can still be accessed during a thorough background check. I come across them on a regular basis.
Legal Rights With Kids?
First Off Ill Say I Live In Ohio, Im 17 Years Old, Married, With A Son. So Basically Im Emancipated. Regardless Ill Be 18 In A Month. But My Mom Is Really Cold Hearted And Will Do The Craziest Stuff To Spite Me. When I Had My Son Noah, My Whole World. The Birth Certificate And Ss Card Was Sent To Her Address I Lived There Only 2 Weeks After He Was Born And Then Moved Into My Husbands House. The Birth Certificate And Ss Card Are Supposed To Come With In 4-6 Weeks. Its Been Way Over That I Still Dont Have His Stuff And She Claims They Never Got It. I Honestly Do Not Believe That. I Like To Stay Out Of Drama, But My Aunt Called Md And Told Me How My Mom Made Her Sick, Telling Her That She Is Going To Try To Get Custody Of My Son. I Dont Know What Has Gotten Into Her To Do Something So Hurtful To Me. But I Would Not Let That Happen Over My Dead Body, I Want To Raise My Son And I Am A Very Good, Young Mother. So I Think My Mom Is Keeping This Stuff To Get Custody. Is That Possible, She Would Have To Prove Me As An Unfit Parent But Thats Not Possible. Also My Husband Is In The Process Of Going Into The Airforce And That Stuff The Last Thing We Need To Get In So He Can Go To Meps. This Is Stressful I Need To Get My Life Started So Noah Can Have The Life He Deserves, That Means We Need A Start. But The Best Start We Cant Get Anywhere. What Should I Do?
If you are legally married (ie. with parental and/or judicial consent and not just "common law"), you were emancipated the second you got married. This gives you the right to take care of yourself and your child...but you still can't vote until you are 18 and you can't drink alcohol until you are 21. And since you are emancipated, your mother can't just take custody of your child if she wishes. She would have to go to court and PROVE to a court of law that you were not fit and that she was. And even then, she would still fail as your child has a father....presumably your husband....and he would get first crack at custody if you were an unfit mother. Basically, unless you and your spouse (no offense intended) are druggies, your mother has zero chance at receiving custody! That should make you feel better! (Note, you don't have to presume your fitness as a parent...that is presumed...your mother must prove you are unfit!) But if your mother should be stupid enough to file for custody, hire a lawyer and when she loses, as she will, sue her for your legal costs.
Regarding the birth certificate and ss card, possession of those documents will NOT entitle your mother to custody of YOUR child. I suggest you contact the post office and tell them that mail directed to you at your mother's address has "gone missing" and you wish to file a complaint. It is a felony for your mother to have taken the mail or even opened it if it was not addressed to you. It is quite possible that your mother...if pushed to the wall by the post office...may discover that she "accidentally" opened the mail and has those documents. If not, they can be reissued.
Lastly, are you sure your mother is doing these things? Is it possible that your aunt is stirring the pot for your own reasons? Regardless of who is making these difficulties, I think that you should NOT allow your mother to see your baby under ANY circumstances. I know that sounds harsh but there is a reason behind my logic...and it is called grandparents' rights. Should your marriage fail (50% of all marriages end up in divorce today) or your husband die, your mother may be entitled to file for grandparents rights...BUT she can only do that IF she already has a relationship with your child. The easiest way to avoid that is to not let her see your child for ANY reason, including in your home! Good luck and God bless.
Addendum: Your mother may be able to torpedo your husband's military dreams as the military takes a dim view of underage sex (even if you were married before you got pregnant).
Addendum #2: Have a chat with a good lawyer...he/she can relieve your worst fears!
Juvenile Sex Crimes Can You Call A Lawyer That Does Adult Sex Crimes To Defend You?
If You Are Charged With Child Molestation And You Are A Juvenile Can You Get A Lawyer Who Defends Adult Sex Crimes To Defend The Juvenile?
Yes. Most lawyers don't specialize in just juvenile crime. You can hire any attorney willing to take the case for the juvenile.