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Legal Advice? And Lying Under Oath?
Long Story Short. Me And My Gf Now Ex Got Into Arguement She Stated I Came In Her Room And Raised Fist At Her Face To The Order Of Protection And Was Spitting While I Was Talking. I Got Copy Of Police Report Yesterday And Her Story Was She Came Out Of Room Threw My Pictures On The Floor And I Raised Fist In Her Face Well I Sat Down With Chief Of Police And He Said These Stories Dont Match Up. I Also Have Her Brother In Law Coming To Testify For Me Because When I Did Knock On Her Door. I Was Only Telling Her That Her Sister In Jail. Lets Just Say She Got Caught Lying And Sworn Statement Is Made Up The Cops Told Me Thats Up To Judge Now But It Is Lying Under Oath. I Had To Leave Residence And Been Gone For 14 Days Now. Even Though Im On Lease. And She Lied About That Too. Please Give Real Advice.
My advice would be to rewrite your question and proofread it carefully before you post it. Your question is too convoluted to be able to follow properly.
But DV issues are usually he said/she said. And usually neither one is telling the whole truth. If you are claiming that your ex-gf told two different stories (again, it would be helpful for you to proofread before you post so issues like this would be clear), that is also fairly common. Does it go to her credibility? Sure. But does it mean a judge will automatically conclude she is lying? Not necessarily. Mistakes are not "lies" and all she has to do is say she was confused or whatever.
If you think she is going to face perjury charges for lying, you would be mistaken.
Because I can't figure out the specifics of what you are saying and because you didn't ask a specific question, I don't know what advice you need.
Cheap, Decent, Divorce Lawyer?
I Live In Minneapolis, Mn And Am In Need Of A Divorce Lawyer That Doesn't Require A Retainer. I Don't Have Much $ And Want Someone That Will Work With Me In Responding To A Summons And Petition And Making Changes In What My Husband In Requesting. He Owns A Home And 401K And Is Asking For All Equity On The Home And Asking He Keep The Truck. I Know I'm Entitled To A Portion Of The Equity Acquired On The Home, And Half Of His 401K, But Don't Have Any $ For A Lawyer Right Now, And I Only Have 30 Days To Respond To The Summons And Petition. What Do I Do?
Start asking people you know that have been divorced for advice on lawyers in your area.
The equity I can understand, but why the 401K? Unless you have been married for 10+ years and depending on it to retire...
Can I Get Charged For Missing A Legal Consultation Appointment?
I Set Up A Consultation With An Attorney A Couple Days Ago Via Phone And Gave The Law Office My Name And Number, But Decided To Meet With A Different Attorney Instead. Is There Someway That They Can Charge Me (They Charge $165.00 An Hour For A Consultation) For Missing The Appointment Without Calling In Advance? All They Have Is My Name And Number (Which Means They Could Probably Get Other Information Pretty Easily). Or Am I Just Being Completely Paranoid?
Yes, you can get charged for missing a legal consultation. I am a paralegal and I've hunted down people with only their name. We have our ways, databases and legal subscriptions. If a good paralegal knows enough about your situation, and any other information such as who and what the consultation was about, they can get your address.
However, with that said, if they didn't ask for your full information, they probably don't charge for missed appointments. Not all law firms charge for the missed time. It takes too much effort to chase down non-clients.
I Have Been Going To My Dr. For 3 Years Now And Trust Her Completely. She Has Had Me On Seroquel And Wellbutrin For 2 Years And Just Decided To Up My Dosage Of Wellbutrin (Against My Wishes). I Didn'T Have A Reason To Raise The Dose, She Just Said She Wanted To. Well After 1 Week Of Taking The Higher Dose I Had A Seizure (Thank Goodness I Wasn&Quot;T Driving My Son Anywhere!!!) I Fell Off A Really High Chair And Broke My Nose, Lacerated It Resulting In Many Stitches And A Nasty (Soon To Be) Scar And Had A Concussion. When I Went In To See Her After This Event She Said She Knew She Shouldn'T Have Increased The Dose With My Past Medical History Of Bulima (I Guess The Pdr Says Not To Give To Bulima Patients) And She Said That She Also Has Had Another Pt. Have A Seizure At The Higher Dose Too. And The Pdr Says That The Higher Dose Has A High Risk Of Seziures. Should I Sue? I'Ve Racked Up A Lot Of Bills, Had To Drop Out Of School B/C Of The Concussion And Missed 1 Month Of Work.
I'm sorry you had to go through this. Medical malpractice is a negligence issue. However, instead of holding the doctor to an "ordinary reasonable person" standard, we hold them to the standard of the average member of the local medical community, or in the case of a specialist, to the National Standard.
Where it gets tricky is that you MUST present expert testimony to prove a medical malpractice case. Your expert must be knowledgeable about psych meds, must say that your doctor made a choice that was unreasonable, and that didn't meet the medical standard for whatever level your doctor is to be held to.
It's sometimes very difficult to find a doctor who is willing to testify against another doctor, and it can get very expensive. Look in the yellow pages for an attorney who handles med mal, and see if they will give you a no-charge consultation. If you have a good case, they may take it on contingency. Otherwise, this is going to get expensive for you.
Good luck. Namaste.
EDIT: thumbs down? This is straight out of my Torts text - what more do you people want?!?
Petition For Foreign Divorce Decree?
How Long Does It Takes For Petition For Foreign Divorce Decree To Be Approved In The Philippines?
there is no divorce in the Philippines. annulment is available if you got married in the Phillippines. You can divorce him/ her here and send the documents in the Phillippines to sign. You will be considered divorce here but married in the Philippines. You can remarry here again but never set foot again in the Philippines.
I am a bit confused by your question though. more details are needed. If you wanna ask further- here is my yahoo messenger: mukamoym
Does Anyone Knows A Good Lawyer In Fort Worth, Texas. That Works On Immigration. A Good Lawyer That I Could Trust .
Mony Ruiz-Velasco. She was in Dallas, but may now be in Chicago, not sure.