Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Irrespective of what your legal needs are you will notice that there are many lawyers in your town that advertise they specialize in your type of case. This could make the procedure of finding one with significant amounts of experience a bit of a challenge. However, if you follow the following it will be possible to limit your research on the right one in almost no time. Step one is to create a list of the lawyers that are listed in your neighborhood focusing on your position. While you are making this list you must only include those you have an effective vibe about based on their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down by using some time evaluating their site. There you should certainly find the amount of years they have been practicing and several general information regarding their success rates. At this point your list needs to have shrunken further to the people that you simply felt had professional websites along with an appropriate amount of experience. You should then spend some time to check out independent reviews for each attorney. Make sure you look at the reviews rather than just counting on their overall rating. The info from the reviews will provide you with an idea of the way they connect with their customers and the time they invest into each case they are focusing on. Finally, you will want to meet with no less than the final three lawyers that have the credentials you are searching for. This will give you time to genuinely evaluate how interested they are in representing you and your case. It can be vital that you follow every one of these steps to actually find a person which has the best amount of experience to get you the perfect outcome.
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Law And Becoming A Lawyer?
I'M Curious About Becoming A Lawyer But I Have No Idea What They Have To Do Really. What Do They Major In?
I Also Would Like To Know A Little About Different Types Of Lawyers. I Don'T Know If I'D Be Good At Being A Trial Lawyer, But Was Wondering About Other Types Of Lawyers And What They Have To Do?
There are as many different types of lawyers as there are different types of people. When I was in law school, the other students came from very diverse backgrounds and had majored in everything from business to nursing. The major is not so important, but you should have good academic credentials in your undergraduate work. To get through law school, you have to do a lot of reading. That pretty much continues after law school. You can go into either criminal or civil law. You can work for the government or for a private company or a law firm. Many types of civil law don't require any trial work. For example, you can specialize in probate law (writing up wills and trusts for clients) or handle real estate closings, and in both cases you may never have to go to court. Most people who go to law school don't know in advance what kind of lawyer they will end up as. You may find that you would make an awesome trial lawyer, even if you don't think so now.
Where Can I Get Free Legal Advice From A Lawyer Regarding Ca Labor Law Violations?
Where Can I Find A Good Source In Order To Find A Credible Lawyer Which Can Offer Free Legal Advice? A Group Of Us At A Certain Company Might Have A Valid Legal Case Against Our Employer, And We'Re Looking To Pursue This If Its Justifiable.
After Discussing The Specific Details With Several Individuals (Including Personnel At Edd) I'Ve Been Advised To Speak To A Lawyer And Possibly Proceed With Legal Action Against My Former Employer.
Workplace Issues Past* & Present:
1. Sexual Harassment*
2. Racial Harassment*
3. &Quot;Equal Pay For Equal Work&Quot; Violations.
4. After Speaking To Hr, Nothing Was Done About Points #1 & #2 For Several Months...
5. ...Except For The Bullying & Vindictive Retaliation From A Supervisor After I Spoke Up Against Points #1 & #2.
6. Controlling, Manipulative Work Environment (Specifically Management) That Is Threatening/Threatens Our Career Growth. Basically We Fear Industry Retaliation Since Its A &Quot;Small&Quot; Industry.
I'D Love To Discuss The Details With A Lawyer, But Where Should I Begin?
Unfortunately, we can't believe that you have been advised to seek legal advice at this point.
A lawyer can't help you with most of these issues:
1. Sexual Harassment = you need to get a right to sue letter from the EEOC or DLSE before a legitimate lawyer will discuss a case.
2. Racial harassment = you need a right to sue letter from the EEOC or DLSE before a legitimate lawyer will discuss a case
YOU CANNOT SUE WITHOUT A RIGHT TO SUE LETTER
3. Equal pay for equal work = means that the ONLY reason you were paid less is because of your gender. Can you prove that = that the others = didn't have more education, more experience, were better interviewers, better negotiators, were getting paid more at a previous employer so the company matched salary? If just one of these items occurred or a gazillion of other things that made you not equal, you aren't equal.
4. Perfect go to the EEOC or DLSE and get your case validated. Once you have right to sue documentation, you won't have problems finding an attorney.
5. don't know what this is suppose to mean.
6. Bosses are allowed to be jerks, that's not illegal. Almost all instances that were employees think they have workplace harassment, it's not in the eyes of the law.
Mother Passed , Property Was Sold , How Do We Get The Money Without A Lawyer.?
We Never Were Informed About The Property Until A Locator Contacted Us And Told Us About The Sale And That We Were Entitled To Money But He Wants 5000 Out Of The Money Upon Dispersement How Can We Get Around This The Property Is In Florida
Most states have a online database that you can search. In Florida it is called "Bureau of Unclaimed Property", you can search and claim your funds without any fee.
You might offer them $50 to $100 (upon delivery of the funds from the state) to do all the paper work involved as it can be complicated. I would pay nothing upfront as it could just be somebody with the same name as your mother.
I Need Legal Advice. Please Help!?
I Am A 19 Year Old Single Mother Of A 2 Year Old In Chesapeake, Va. My Father Died When I Was 17. I Was Told That I Was To Get Social Security And Life Insurance Money From Him Passing. But It Was Given To My Mom Because I Was A Minor. I Am Now 19 Years Old And Have Not Seen A Dime. I Have Asked Her About It And She Says That Money Was Strictly For Her. She Has Just Bought A New Vehicle And Is Now Talking About Getting Plastic Surgery. I Am A Single Mother Trying To Support My Son. My Question Is, Is It Legal For Her To Not Give Me Any Money At All? Was That Money Legally Owed To Me?
Consult the lawyer who handled the reading of the will.
If the money was intended specifically for you, it would have been held in trust until you turned 18 or 21.
However, if your dad only expressed a desire for you and your mother to share the proceeds and left it up to her as to how and when the disbursement would take place, then your only legal recourse is to sue your mother. But if you do that most of the money will go on legal fees.
Much better if you work to improve the relationship between you and your mother and maybe use a sympathetic mediator (brother, uncle, moms friend, etc) who your mom respects and will listen to.
Is There Legal Separation In Georgia?
Ive Heard That Legal Separation In Georgia Dont Exist?
In Georgia, you are consider to be legally separated if you are no longer engaging in marital relations and you consider yourself to be in an actual state of separation. To file a case for divorce, you must be in such a state of separation. The court will not grant you a "legal separation". Rather, you must swear that you are in an actual state of separation and then the court can grant a divorce.
In the United States, all states require couples who are separating or divorcing to file what is known as a parenting plan. This plan forces couples to address a number of issues which are important at the time of separation or will become even more important at some time in the future.
Topics covered in the parenting plan include physical custody, legal custody, exchange procedures, holidays, insurance, contact with other family members, school activities, medical attention, contact information and overseas travel.
First Court Appearance For A 4Th Degree Dwi In The State Of Mn.. Please Help!?
I Would Like To Know The Worst And Best Case Scenario Without A Lawyer. My Court Date Is In 2 Weeks And The Letter Said To Be 'Prepared'. I Dont Want To Hire A Lawyer, Too Spendy. I Would Like To Use My Own Voice To Do Whatever A Lawyer Would Do. I Have No Other Issues With My Background, The 4Th Degree Dwi Is It. And I Was Very Cooperative.
What Happens At These Hearings? Can I Voice My Own Opinions? Apology?
I Need Tips On What To Do And Not Do If I Am Not Getting A Lawyer.
Also, I Am Unemployed. Will The Judge Go Easy On Me?
One thousand dollars fine and/or 90 days in Jail is the possible penalty for 4th degree dwi in your state.
If a person pleads guilty or is found guilty of a DWI, the final decision regarding sentencing is in the hands of the judge. The defense attorney and prosecutor can make suggestions regarding sentencing, but the judge is not necessarily required to follow them. Sentences vary dramatically from county to county and from judge to judge.
You'll meet with a public defender and the prosecutor when you go to court.
Possible defenses are the officer didn't have probable cause to pull you over, you were denied access to legal counsel after the Implied Consent Advisory was read to you (where they tell you you can refuse a sobriety test but that constitutes a crime and you have the right to consult an attorney before submitting to the test)
You can dispute the sobriety test results(which is almost never successful)
Your best bet may be to take the hit, and hope the judge is in the mood to dole out community service, drivers ed (they call it accelerated rehab in my state) and a fine.
Don't do it again! If you're caught again the penalties ramp up sharply.