4 Strategies To Help Your Lawyer Enable You To If you want a legal professional at all, you have to work closely along with them to be able to win your case. Regardless how competent they can be, they're likely to need your help. Listed here are four important approaches to help your legal team allow you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - irrespective of what information you're likely to reveal in their mind. Privilege means everything you say is stored in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team has to know everything in advance - particularly information other side could check out and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuing and factual account of most information regarding your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the current data they have to help them to win. 3. Show Up Early For All Those Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and avoid wasting the attorney's time, too, because they are by the due date, whenever. In reality, because you might need to discuss last minute details or perhaps be extra ready for the truth you're facing, it's a great idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been involved in any sort of crime, it's important so that you can prove to the legal court that you simply both regret the actions and so are making strides toward enhancing your life. As an example, if you're facing driving under the influence, volunteer for a rehab program. Be sincere and associated with the neighborhood the judge is presiding over. Working more closely together with your legal team increases your likelihood of absolute success. Follow these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you must win your case.
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I Have A Question About Law School?
I Think I Want To Be An Attorney. What Is The Difference Between An Attorney And A Lawyer? Do You Have To Be An Attorney Before You Can Be A Lawyer Then You Become A Judge?
Anyway, Have I Ruined My Chances Of Getting Into Law School?
I Dropped Out Of Art College In July Last Year And Have Been Working Part Time To Pay My Student Loans. I Owe About $70K In Student Loans Now.
I Come From A Very Poor Family So I Will Have To Go Back To School Completely On Loans/Out Of Pocket
Should I Not Even Bother Trying?
I'M Trying To Save Money To Go To A Local Community College. What Kinds Of Classes Could I Take There That Would Help Me With Law School?
Attorney at law and lawyer are two names for exactly the same professional in the USA. I am an attorney and counselor at law (inactive). When you pass the bar exam and are admitted to practice, your certificate of admission states attorney, lawyer, or both, depending on your state, and both mean exactly the same thing. This information does not necessarily apply outside the USA. Most states require experience as an attorney/lawyer for people who apply to become judges.
You need a bachelor's degree to enroll in a law school that is approved by the American Bar Association, which is the only category of law school worth attending as the bar exam passage rate of graduates of unapproved schools, which are mostly in California, is so low.
For admission to a good law school, your bachelor's degree should be from a non-profit university, such as your state university, and not from a profit making propriety school such as University of Phoenix.
At community college try to join an academic program which guarantees transfer admission to your state university so long as you meet the requirements. Discuss this opportunity with your counselor when you enroll in community college. History is an excellent pre-law major as it teaches the same critical reading, thinking and writing skills that are used in the study and practice of law.
Only go to law school if you are intellectually interested in law. Law school is three times as difficult as undergraduate school and you will only find it interesting if you are interested in the intellectual and academic issues that are discussed in law school.
In some cities there are ABA approved law schools which offer evening classes so that students can work during the day. It takes three years to complete day law school and four years to complete evening law school.
You have a long academic and financial road ahead of you.
Where To Find A Good Lawyer?
I Attempted To Sell My Remaining Viagra To A Group Of School Children Seeing As My Wife Died While Having Vigorous Sex. One Of The Nun'S At The Catholic School I Tried To Sell At Caught Me, She Spanked My *** With A Ruler And Told Me To Pop Two If I Knew What Was Good For Me. I Now Am Medically Unable To Have A Bowel Movement Any Good Harassment Lawyers?
You could call a local State Bar-certified lawyer referral service. This type of service refers potential clients to attorneys. After interviewing you, the referral service staff will match you with a lawyer who is experienced in the appropriate area of the law. (There is usually a small charge for the initial consultation with a lawyer.)
For an online list of certified lawyer referral services, visit the State Bar's Web site at www.calbar.ca.gov/lrs. For a recorded message that can provide you with the phone numbers of certified services in your county, call 1-866-44-ca-law (1-866-442-2529). If you are out of state, you can call 415-538-2250 to hear the same recorded message. Or check the Yellow Pages of your telephone directory for a listing under the heading "Attorney Referral Service." (Keep in mind that the service's State Bar certification number must appear in all advertising.)
State Bar-certified lawyer referral services must meet minimum standards established by the California Supreme Court. And because the State Bar enforces those standards, you could turn to the State Bar if you have a problem with the service. And if you were to file a complaint, the State Bar would look into it.
I Need Product Liability Insurance For My Company?
I Am Having Trouble Finding Coverage For My Product. My Product Is Associated With Alcohol Consumption, And Could Be Considered High Risk I Guess......Do You Have Any Advice For Me In Finding An Insurer Either Locally Or Maybe On The Internet?
DON'T buy off the internet! Go to a local, independent agent, and get quotes. INDEPENDENT is the key, as this will likey end up being out to a non-standard market, that you couldn't access on your own. The Farmers, Allstate, State Farm guys, none of them will be able to touch this.
Likely it's not going to be cheap. It's going to be part of the general liability coverage.
The ONLY way you're not going to be able to find coverage, at any price, is if your manufacturer doesn't have any liability coverage, and/or won't add you as additional insured under THEIR policy. So if you're importing this from China, and they won't cover you . . you're out of luck. Too much risk for ANYONE.
Where Can I Get Legal Assistance?
My Husband Had A Child Whith Someone When He Was Young.
He Was Not Married. He Filed For Legitimation And Went To Court To Get Court Ordered Visitation. That Was About 8 Years Ago. He Was Getting Regular Visitation For The First Year When She Just Up And Moved About 1200 Miles Away. We Went To An Attorney At That Time And They Wanted Way More Than We Could Afford To Just Retain Their Service. So He Kind Of Felt Defeated And Just Hoped That Someday We Could Find Her. Well She Moved Back To Our State And We Have Found Her. But She Is Giving Him A Hard Time About Being Able To Get To Know His Son Again. Why I Don'T Know. He Is A Great Father To Our Children. I Think It Is Just A Control Issue. But Anyway We Want To Take Her To Court To File For Contempt. But We Can'T Afford To Pay The Large Fee That Attorneys Charge For Custody Matters. Can Anyone Please Suggest Any Pro Bono Lawyers Or Fathers Organizations That Are Willing To Help.
I've got answers, but I'm not sure you are going to like them honey. First of all this is not going to be easy by any stretch of the imagination. You have visitation, she ups and moves and he didn't file contempt back then? That's a problem. He should have filed kidnapping charges the minute she didn't show up for visition with his son. The lack of action, from a court's point of view, looks more like a lack of concern. Now that's just one hill to get over. The second, would be the age of this child. If he's 8 or 9, he's going to be an emotional mess over this. It's going to be a huge adjustment going from having no dad to having super dad. There's going to be alot of confusion and it's a delicate balance that you'd have to play by not blaming his mother (even if it was her fault) because that's the one he's closest to and anyone knows that when you attack a child's parent, the child ends up resenting the one who places blame on their parent. If you are still with me so far, and willing to go the extra mile, this is the easier part. Getting visitation established again is going to have to start with the mother. If she refuses, threaten court. Chances are she's not going to want to go that route....especially if she loves her son. She'll want to do this slowly and that's how it should be. SO suck up whatever you have to and grin and bear it until you have bonded enough with this child to take him for visitation. Once that is established....then you go to court. And this you can do on your own. Go to your states' website, click on the court system icon and then click on down loadable forms (every state has them and they are free) You will search through the family court papers for one called "modification of visitation" Or just a simple modification order. Then fill in your language. Make sure you put in there that you strongly urge the mother not be allowed to remove the minor child within 300 miles of your residence without court permission. (prevents her from leaving again) and sight the past history as your grounds. then request any other sort of visition arrangement you think would be fair and IN THE BEST INTEREST OF THE MINOR CHILD. I have to emphasize that because this little boy has siblings, another family the mother has denied him off, and when you state those exact words, the courts like to see that you are putting his son's best interests first. Then take those papers, have them notarized and make four copies. Take them to your county courthouse and pay the filing fee. The clerk will date stamp them all, keep one and hand you back three. Take those three down the local sheriff's dept. to have the mother served (it's the cheapest way), they will ask personal info on her (car, license plate #, job, etc and physical description) you'll pay another small fee ($25-$50) and they will take two copies. You have one left for yourself for court. Once the mom is served the sheriff's dept will send you one copy that will be date and signed by the sheriff who served her. Bring that to court with you. You must have it as proof of service. Then show up at your court date and state your case. You've got alot of information here to back you up on your request. It should be pretty cut and dry if there are no back ground problems.
I've seen this a dozen times and it works nine out of ten. Lawyers only muck things up ten times worse than they need to be. Tell your husband to keep his chin up. One day that little boy will grow up. It's better for his son to know that he tried, than it would be for him to know his father did nothing.
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Do Marine Corps Get Legal Benefits? Do They Get A Discount For Family Law Lawyers?
I'M Planning On Joining The Military, And I Have Some Issues Regarding My Daughter'S Visitation Rights. I Was Wondering If The Marines Would Offer Me Free Or Partial Legal Representation If I Were To Join.
There is JAG and Legal Services on base that you can use for some things including advisement, wills, Power of Attorneys, etc... But if it is a civil matter, as in your case, then you must speak to a local lawyer about it and they generally do not offer discounts to military personnel.