Finding A Seasoned Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will see that there are countless lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they can specialize in your kind of case. This could make the whole process of finding one with a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the following it is possible to restrict your pursuit on the right one in very little time. The first step is to create a set of the lawyers that happen to be listed in your neighborhood focusing on your position. While you are making this list you need to only include those that you have an effective vibe about based upon their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by using a little while evaluating their webpage. There you will be able to find how many years they have been practicing and a few general information regarding their success rates. At this point your list must have shrunken further to those that you simply felt had professional websites and an appropriate volume of experience. You need to then take the time to check out independent reviews of each and every attorney. Be sure to look at the reviews rather than just counting on their overall rating. The info in the reviews provides you with a sense of how they interact with their clientele and how much time they invest into each case they are working on. Finally, it is advisable to talk to no less than the final three lawyers that have the credentials you are looking for. This will give you the time to actually evaluate how interested these are in representing you and the case. It can be imperative that you follow many of these steps to ensure that you hire a company containing the right degree of experience to obtain the ideal outcome.
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I Need A Family Attorney Tomorrow By 8:00 Am @ Hemet Court Please Help Important:00 Am?
That's really short notice so I'm not sure you can find somebody so fast. Depending on what type of hearing this is, you could call the court clerk and see if you can get it postponed while you find an attorney. Are you talking about Hemet, CA? Here is the number for the family court clerk there: 951-306-3561.
If you can't get it postponed, start here for looking for an attorney: http://www.courtreference.com/Courts-Online.php?court_records=Riverside_County_Superior_Court_-_Hemet_Court&court=498 Scroll down to "legal aid..." and you will find links to all kinds of local legal resources. You might be able to find an attorney by going through those links and just letting them know up front about your time crunch. Court Reference is actually a great website for all kinds of legal resources!
If you can't find an attorney and have to go it alone, here is the Riverside County legal self-help center: http://www.riverside.courts.ca.gov/selfhelp/self-help.shtml There is information about family law on there that could help you out. A lot of people actually represent themselves in family court, so just do your best if you end up having to go it alone!
Hope that helps.
Will Someone Go To Jail On A First Offense Felony Dui In Ca That Killed Two People?
I Was Reading This Article And I Started Wondering Whats Going To Happen To His Girl? Im In No Way Related To Them Or Know Them. Its Sad To Think What Can Happen In An Instant. But I Dont Think She Should Get Away With A Easy Sentence Because It Killed 2 People.
If for some reason this was charged as felony DUI (which is a DUI and driving which causes bodily injury to another), there would be a minimum five day jail sentence (that is minimum--more could be imposed). However, if, in fact, the driver was DUI, it is improbable that this would be charged as anything less than vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated (Pen C 191.5). There is actually no minimum sentence for that offense, but some substantial time in custody is usual. The maximum sentence is either 10 years in prison (if there was also gross negligence), or 4 years in prison (if there was not).
Generally, Will Legal Insurance Cover This?
I Was In An Accident In Feb. '09. Now I Am Being Sued As Of May '10. I Bought Legal Insurance In July '09. I Know With Medical They Have That Pre-Existing Condition Stuff, Does Something Like That Apply To Legal Insurance?
You'll have to be more specific about what you mean by "legal insurance." Are you talking about prepaid legal services? If so, read the contract you signed and see what it covers. If you're talking about auto insurance, that would definitely NOT be retroactive. If you are being sued over a Feb 09 accident, you need to involve the auto insurer you had THEN.
Friend Is Charged With 3 Felonies And No Lawyer?
My Friend Was Charged With 3 Felonies And A Added Dui From A Couple Weeks Prior To The Event Leading Up To His Arrest! He Only Has A Public Defender And By His Next Court Date On The 23Rd He Would Have Been In Jail For Almost 3 Months. The Charges Are....F To Attempt To Inflict Injury On Spouse, F Criminal Threats, And F Assault W A Deadly Weapon. What Happened Is Not As Serious As The Charges Sound. He Got In A Fight With The Girlfriend And The Girlfriend Told The Authorities That He Didnt Hurt Her, He Was Really Drunk And Just Freaked Out And Said A Lot Of Things He Didnt Mean. This Is His First Offense He Is Only 19.
I Would Just Like To Know If Anyone Has Legal Experience Or Personal Experience An Has Any Thought To What His Outcome May Be???? And Whether Or Not He Is Most Likely Going To Be Released On The 23Rd After That Court Date!
He DOES have a lawyer...a public defender. That IS A lawyer. That is who will defend him unless someone pays up some money for a private lawyer. Public defenders are generally very good and will sometimes do a BETTER JOB defending their clients than a private lawyer.
The guy sounds like he's got serious self control problems.
Do yourself a favor and stay away from him before he victimizes you.
What Should I Ask The Lawyer When I Meet With Him About Being My Aunt'S Executrix?
I Am Meeting With The Attorney That Is Handling My Aunt'S Estate In 4 Days. I'Ve Been Told I Have To Sign &Quot;Some Papers&Quot;. My Aunt Died Intestate Last Year And The Family Is Looking For Someone To Act As Executor. I Have Another Aunt And Uncle On That Side Of The Family, But They Are In Either No Physical Or Mental Condition To Act In That Capacity. There Are Also Three Cousins, But I'Ve Been Told They Are Not Interested In Being Executor. All I Know So Far Is That Her Funeral Has Not Been Paid For As Well As The Attorney And That There May Be A Significant Credit Card Bill Involved As An Additional Debt. Her Only Asset Was A Modular Home In Poor Condition. What Would Be Some Good Questions To Ask The Attorney Under These Circumstances?
As a former Trust Officer and an Estate Administrator, let me give you the tips to make this simple. It appears that you have an estate that has some equity, but maybe cash poor. At any rate depending on the State you live in you will first go to either the clerk of court or the probate judge court's office. You will let them help you with everything you'll need to know and to answer your questions. They do this every day and will be able to tell you what to do first, second, third, what order the State aligns any heirs in an intestate settlement etc. You do not need an attorney to charge you money with a small non-taxable estate. As far as signing anything ask the court, they can be trusted. That's what they are there for, as paid by tax dollar public servants...see!
Also, since she died intestate, you will be court appointed, (not needing the attorney -see) as the Estate Administrator. If you have to close any accounts, collect insurance, sell the property, the court appointment and the death certificate copies (you'll get those probably from the funeral home) will put you in the position to handle what you need to, and as I said the clerk's office or the probate office in your county you can call if you have questions as you get this under way. They will probably run a creditor/debtor notice in the legal section of your local paper for you, noting your name as the appointment of the administrator by the court's power to do in intestate situations. A month from now you'll be done with everything pretty much. If there is any expenses you pay for out of your pocket and then as you may find are able to raise cash from any savings, checking, stocks, jewelry (silver, gold), land and the modular liquidating as needed to be done, keep a notebook, and make sure you take care of yourself. The expenses of even copies made at the clerk's office are appropriately the estate's bills and costs not yours, so reimburse yourself. You may want to, depending on what cash or assets you find by going over everything, to ask the court for an appropriate administrator's fee for your time. You are really doing a job. So, by the notebook you keep and the ability to give copies of anything you note to the clerk's office for filing too, you are staying on the right side of right. Hope this helps!
Have Any Of You Mothers Dont Trust You Or Any One Is A Mother That Dont Trust Your Daugther?? What Would You Do If Your Mother Dont Trust You????
Trust is a two way street. Do you trust your mother or do you question her judgment? Have you considered why she has you do the things she does or why she tells you what to do? If you are dependent on her support, then you have an obligation and responsibility to listen to her and obey in most circumstances. If you are a grown woman, then its like anything else, you take what you need out of what she says and then make your own decisions.
Once trust has been abused its very hard to repair. If you have screwed up in the past and she has every reason to not trust you, then its unrealistic to expect her just to accept that you can now be trusted. Actions speak louder than words. Keep your nose clean and do what you are supposed to with a positive attitude and she will again trust you. If you don't know why she doesn't, then ask her, politely and without drama.