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93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
Finding An Experienced Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will find that there are many lawyers in your town that advertise that they are experts in your kind of case. This can make the entire process of finding one with significant amounts of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the following it is possible to define your pursuit to the correct one out of almost no time. Step one is to generate a list of the lawyers which can be listed in your area focusing on your position. While you are causeing this to be list you ought to only include those that you may have a great vibe about depending on their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by taking a little while evaluating their website. There you must be able to find how many years they are practicing and some general specifics of their success rates. At this moment your list ought to have shrunken further to people that you just felt had professional websites and an appropriate amount of experience. You must then take time to check out independent reviews of each attorney. Be sure to browse the reviews rather than relying upon their overall rating. The information inside the reviews provides you with a sense of how they communicate with their customers and how much time they invest into each case they are concentrating on. Finally, you will want to meet up with a minimum of the final three lawyers which have the credentials you are looking for. This will provide you with some time to really evaluate how interested they are in representing your case. It is important to follow most of these steps to actually find someone that has the right measure of experience to help you get the best possible outcome.

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Where Can I Get Free Legal Advice About Custody Of My Children?

Try Citizens advice bureau in the first instance falling that most lawyers will give the first 20 mins free.

Marijuana Question...Legal Advice?
If I Have A Medicinal Marijuana Card From Colorado, What Does That Do For Me In South Carolina? If I Fail A Drug Test For Marijuana, Is There Any Kind Of Validation That Can Be Applied Because Of My Card? Just Trying To Figure Out What Can Happen In Situations Like This... Thanks I Appreciate The Input!

Comes down to state rights. What's legal in Colorado is not legal in South Carolina...but fear not even though they have some pretty harsh anti-marijuana laws on the books being under the influence isn't one of them. Just don't get caught with any within their borders. First offense for under an ounce can land you 30 days in county jail.

What Would You Ask A Lawyer?
It'S For A School Project. I Need 100 Questions To Ask But I Don'T Know How To Start.

How do you sleep at night??
lol..
Ummm....
*What is the most rewarding thing about your job.
*Do you usually know if your person is really innocent or not.
*Is it hard to defend someone if you know they are guilty.
*What is the weirdest case you have been involved in.
*What kind of lawyer are you? Marriage/accidental.. etc...
*Do you always agree with the judge?
*How many years did you have to go to school?
*Do you work from home or in a large building?
*How much money do you make in a year.
*If I wanted to become a lawyer what would you advise me.
*Is a lawyer what you wanted to be when u were a kid.

Hope I Helped.

Legal Advice? Please Help?
My Mum And Her Now Ex-Boyfriend Bought A House Together. They Had Only Been Together 2Yrs When We Found Out He Was Cheating And They Broke Up. Mum Has 94 Shares And He Has 6 In The House According To The Title. She Put In $650,000 To Buy The House. He Put In $30,000. She Put In $100,000 Worth Of Renovations. They Each Owe 50% Of A $300,000 Mortgage Since They Went To Settlement, She Has Had To Pay Him $150,000 For His Half Of The Mortgage, His $30,000, And He Has Stolen Around $10,000 Worth Of Her Jewellery (Including The Engagement Ring My Dad Gave Her) Which He Hasn'T Returned. He Also Cleared Their Joint Bank Account The Day After They Broke Up. My Mum Also Paid Half The Child Support Of His Daughter And Paid 85% Of Utilities And All Bills. He Basically Got Out Without Having Paid Anything Regarding Living Expenses For 2 Years, And Now Mum Is Left With The Entire Mortgage In Her Name And We Have To Sell Our House To Be Able To Pay Him. Is This Legally Just Or Right? Any Lawyers Please Help

According to what I know in US law, this is legal.

Regardless of how much each individual put into the house, it is a JOINT purchase, meaning it is perfectly legal that they are responsible for 50% of it. The law does not see it in terms of who paid more. Your mom bought out his interest in the home. This is common and will save your mom from having to hassle the ex for mortgage payments. In the long run, it was her smartest move. You don't want to jointly own a home with someone you cannot trust to make the payments. It seems unfair, but there is nothing illegal here. This is very common.

As for the jewelry, your mom needs to file a police report and then possibly see an attorney about suing him. Unfortunately, if she does not have proof that this jewelry existed, it will be hard to reclaim something you cannot prove. She will need to dig up pictures of the jewelry and possibly have someone appraise the value of the stolen pieces so she has something to show in Court. Other than that, there is no other way to get that back.

As for the joint account, here in the States, he has done nothing legally wrong. This is why you never open a joint account with someone unless you're positive you can trust the person. Usually, when married couples split, they seek an attorney first before telling the other side they're leaving. Why? So that way, you and the attorney can freeze the accounts so neither party can withdraw and run. As long as the account is in joint status, banks see it as "joint" funds. He has every right to withdraw as much as he wants. There are ways the Court can force him to pay that money back, but again, you would have to engage an attorney's services.

As far as the child support is concerned, that was her personal choice to pay those bills. Legally, again, he has done nothing wrong. Here in the States, we call that using your mom as a sugar momma. There is nothing your Mom can do to recover that money. If she has no Court order binding her to pay the child support, obviously, she should stop paying. It is not her child nor her obligation. It doesn't seem fair, but that's life. We all make decisions as adults, and she made a very bad one. She won't recover the monies paid to child support or the monies she spent running the household.

So, with my experience in the States, your mom made some very bad decisions and is paying for them. Nothing in your scenario yells anything illegal going on with the exception of the stolen jewelry. It is very sad that you're losing your home to pay him. It is morally unfair, but as far as the law is concerned, they are "even" once the house is sold. The purpose is to put both parties where they started. Without the house, both 50% responsible for the debt.

Hopefully all goes well and you are both able to recover the jewelry.

How Do I Locate This Lawyer Who Stole Money From Her Clients?
Http://Www.Seattlepi.Com/Local/Article/Edmonds-Lawyer-Charged-With-Stealing-1218527.Php And Http://Www.Mywsba.Org/Default.Aspx?Tabid=180&Did=1105

Why do you want to locate the lawyer? If you aren't a victim, it's none of your business where she is.

If you are a victim, then contact the state bar and they will try to help you get your money back. Do NOT try to contact her personally.

Is An Engineering Or Science Degree Necessary To Practice Intellectual Property Law?
I'M A First Year Law Student With A Background In Web Development. I'Ve Always Been Fascinated By Online Copyright Issues And Media Distribution, So Intellectual Property Seems Like A Good Area To Focus On For My Second And Third Years. However, I'Ve Heard From A Least One Person That Ip Lawyers Are Pretty Much Required To Have Engineering Or Science Degrees. My Undergraduate Work Is In English And Philosophy. Does This Mean I Don'T Have Much Of A Chance As A Copyright Attorney?

No, I know a few lawyers who have come into that field from the entertainment angle. One in particular worked for a major studio before law school.

You really only need to know the tech stuff to a degree. If you are doing patents it would be very useful but IP stuff can cross over into many areas.

Job searching might be a little harder but it is not impossible.

Don't forget to take everything a third year says with a grain of salt. Many of them a very bitter after being in law school for two plus years. Ask a prof in the field to get a better perspective on what you should do to reach your goals.

Good luck.