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Are Court Appointed Attorneys Good For Family Law?
I Have A Court Appointed Lawyer, He Has Showed Me That He Talks Alot In The Hearing We Have Had. He Helping Me To Get My Younger Children Back From Cps. He Found Evidence Against My Teen That She Is Lying In A Couple Of Things. So, Are Court Appointed Good Or Should I Get A Private? Or Can I Use 2 Lawyers?
You're lucky to have a court appointed lawyer. Most civil parties (such as yourself in your family law case) are not afforded the opportunity to have court appointed attorneys. They are different than criminal public defenders. Normally, court appointed attorneys in civil cases are private attorneys they are just serving you pro bono (free). So they have a decent level of experience.
Choosing an attorney is an important decision. If you are satisfied with the direction your case is going you should keep him.
Generally, if you hire a private attorney the court appointed one will withdraw. Usually, the reason you are given a court appointed attorney is because you cannot afford a private one. So it's not likely that you can have them both if you decide to hire one. If you hire a private attorney your current attorney will give him all the information he has.
If you do hire a private attorney you should do so prior to trial. Judges don't like it when a party switches attorneys right before trial. In fact, some judges won't let you.
What Does A Real Estate Attorney Do?
I Am Buying A Hud House In Toledo, Ohio. I Have A Deadline To Back Out Of The Deal And Receive My $1000 In Earnest Money Back. The Withdrawal Of The Offer Is Contingent On An Inspection Finding Something Major Wrong With The House. Of Course I Have 15 Days From The Date The Contract Was Signed By Hud To Do This. Hud Signed The Contract On 12/8 But Never Forwarded The Contract To The Agent Until 12/17. Legally (I Think) The Last Day For Me To Inspect And Withdraw Is 12/23 Which Is 15 Calender Days From The Day Hud Signed. Ok Here Is My Dilemna. I Can'T Get The Power Turned On For An Inspection Because The Electrical Box Was Tampered With. Toledo Edison Is Asking Me For A Deed To The House And Is Investigating Who Is Liable For Electricity Used Illegally. In The Meantime I Am Running Out Of Time For My Inspection. Do I Need A Real Estate Attorney. Is This Something That They Do, Should My Real Estate Agent Be Handling This? I Am In Over My Head And Dont Want This To Get Messed Up. Please Help!
A Real Estate Attorney is supposed to protect your interest to see that you don't get screwed over. The Real Estate or agent may have an attorney but that person is protecting them not you. The problem is that sometimes the attorney isn't thinking about your welfare either. You may need to prod him/her to do what you want. All things taken into account you are better off having your own lawyer than not. I hope that helps.
The 1975 Family Law Act?
I Need As Much Information As Possible As Well As Some Helpful Links Butt I Would Rather Your Answers. I Need To Know Things Like, Why Did Australia Need It, How Was It Made Possible, And What Did It Do For Australia???
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The Family Law Act was enacted in 1975 by the Australian government, led by then Prime Minister Gough Whitlam. One of the main innovations was the introduction of a "no fault" approach to divorce. Couples no longer needed to show grounds for divorce, but instead, merely had to show that their relationship had suffered an irreconcilable breakdown.
Due to the division of power between the Commonwealth and the Australian states under the Australian Constitution, the Act initially could only deal with children born or adopted into a marriage, it was not until later years that the Family Law Act dealt with matters relating to ex-nuptial children. However, the states referred these powers to the Commonwealth and, until the 2006 amendments to the law, were all located under Chapter VII of the Act.
The Family Law Act has clearly, over time, been one of the most controversial pieces of Australian legislation and has been subject to numerous changes and amendments since its creation. A great number of amendments have reflected the political climate of the times: liberal Australian governments, such as those led by the Australian Labor Party, stengthened the relevancy of non financial contribution of the stay-at-home partner in property matters; conservative governments, such as those led by the Liberal Party of Australia, have furthered the wishes of fathers' groups by extending the rights and responsibilities in negotiating parenting arrangements.
The 2006 amendments changed the way matters involving children are dealt with. These included:
a progression towards compulsory mediation (before Court proceedings can be filed, in an effort to ensure matters do not reach litigation),
greater examination of issues involving family violence, child abuse or neglect,
more importance being placed on a child's family and social connections, and
a presumption that parents have equal parental responsibility - NOT equal parenting time. ~!
Does Anyone Know Any Websites That Can Help With Legal Advice?
I Need Somewhere That Can Quote The Constitution And Its Amendments Without All The Legal B.S. That Confuses Anyone Who Reads It. Specifically, I Am Looking For The Definition Of &Quot;Illegal Alien&Quot;. This Is For A Research Paper, So I Need A Credible Source, I.E. The Constitution. So Far, All The Websites Are Full Of All These Symbols And Abbreviations That Confuses The Absolute Fcuk Out Of Me.
You won't find the term "illegal alien" in the constitution for several reasons. First, there were no immigration rules when the constitution was written. Further, everyone was a citizen who lived here, no matter how they got here (although slaves were another issue).
I understand your frustration. All of the abbreviations and symbols are confusing.
So, here is what I would do for non-professional research.
First, get a basic understanding of how an alien can enter legally.
Second, go to some basic websites that talk about illegal aliens and those issues. You will start noticing some cases and laws, with "funny abbreviations."
Third, type into your search the cases and laws. You will start to see how the abbreviations work. They are really important to legal research, as they say alot. Unfortunately, their are entire books with these abbreviations. But the abbreviations tell you what kind of law it is (state, federal), whether it is a regulation, and whether the court is the state court, us supreme court, circuit court of appeals (and which court, which tells you alot) and of course, the local district courts.
I say that the courts tell you alot because, for example, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals (primarily West Coast) is considered very liberal. The US Circuit Court (located in Washington DC) is considered very conservative).
Since you do not tell me your thesis, I cannot give you any better advice than this. If, for example, you wanted to make a new argument that illegal aliens have no rights, I could point you to some cases to get you started. If you wanted to make an argument that illegal aliens do, or should, have rights, I could point you to some cases to get you started.
But, with the information provided, the roadmap I provide may get you started in the right direction.
Where Can I Find Pennsylvania Probate/Estate Laws?
I Am Trying To Help My Aunt Who Is The Excutor Of My Father'S Will. It Is A Very Simple Will. She Went To The Courthouse To Have It Certified & Get The Process Started. When She Asked For Help As To Where To Start They Told Her They Couldn'T Answer Any Of Her Questions & That She Should Go Online To Find The Penn. Probate Laws. So Basically They Certified The Will & Let Her Leave. I'Ve Been Looking Online But Haven'T Found A Site That Could Give Me The Laws. Anyone Know Where I Can Find The Info I Need?
Each state has a "Code" that sets forth the laws for that state. The Code is divided into sections, so you'd be looking for "estate and trust" or "probate".
A better option though is for you to research online at the register of wills in the county where the will was probated. Usually there is a PDF file that outlines the executor's obligations and responsibilities.
Essentially, your aunt is responsible for filing your dad's final tax returns, paying his final debts and creditors, filing any required documents with the Register of Wills, and then disbursing the estate assets to the beneficiaries listed in the Will.
Is This Legal? (Copyright Laws)?
This Only Needs To Be Laws On Uk Copyright.
Where I Live I Am Thinking About Having A Protest And To Protest We Are Going To Get As Many People As Possible To Start Playing 'Imagine' By John Lennon At The Same Time Exactly In Sync. Getting As Many People As Possible To Do It. (It'S Only In Planning Stages)
I Don'T Need Advice On How To Pull Off This Stunt Or Whether People Will Listen To Our Protest We Will Be Able To Sort That.
All I Want To Know Is What Are The Copyright Laws In Relation To This Scenario?
(I Will Add Extra Detail Or Be More Specific In Questions If You Need Me To.)
Please I Really Need People Who Know For Certain What They'Re On About.
As long as they are all legal copies of the song. Don't even think about providing an mp3 to everyone. Unless you paid for each copy that would be a violation.