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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Im Looking For The Right Lawyer In New York?
Im Looking For The Right Lawyer In New York For Bankruptcy, But I Cant See To Find A Good One Or Where To Search. Can Someone Please Help?
I have been seeing this business out in new york, especially on craigslist.
Lawyers4hire.org, they claim to be the biggest lawyers directory on the internet
Hope this helps you out and good luck on your bankruptcy, i've been there.
Worth Fighting Alimony?
I Have Given Up Fighting My Husband, And Am Giving Him Everything. All The Community Property He Has, Assets, And Have Paid Off More Than Half The Debt. He Has All 3 Cars, I Will Have To Pay Child Support, And Am Wondering If It Is Worth It To Fight The Alimony. My Lawyer Says I Will Pay Nothing Unless There Is A Huge Change, But Knowing My Ex, That Is Possible. I Am A Teacher And Make $70,000 A Year And It Will Keep Going Up. He Makes Less Than $50,000 But I Have A Vocational Exam That Says He Should Make $20,000 More. I Am Worried His Job Situation Is Worse Than Mine, And He May Lose His Job. Should I Fight The Alimony, Or As My Lawyer Says, A Ca Judge Won'T Give Him Anything In The Future Unless He Is Disabled?
I think alimony is a crock. Child support, yes, but alimony, no. I would fight it tooth and nail. How come he has the kids? That's rather unusual. BTW, where on earth do you teach and make 70k a year?
I Need A Good Workers Comp Lawyer In California?
I Hurt My Back At Work Was Fired On The Way To The Doctor I Recovered Found A New Job Worked There For A Week And Hurt My Back Again I Was Honest Told The New Insurance Company Of The Previous Injury After Running Me Though Their Red Tape 3 Months Later I Recieve A Letter Of Denial Have Not Recieved A Dime From These Pricks I Have Now Been Cut Off From Medical Care If It Wasnt For State Disability I Would Be Homeless Right Now And This Is My Reward For Being Honest
You do need to get a referral from someone. A lot of workers' comp attorneys are very poor at communications, and tend to take a great deal of time to resolve cases because their case loads are too heavy. After I heard horror story after horror story about lack of communication I started questioning other attorneys (non-workers' comp) for their recommendations for my friend and found a great law firm for her. So ask around and see what you hear.
Also, once you have a name, check that attorney at www.calbar.ca.gov for any history of discipline.
Wrongful Death Lawsuit?
Ok Well My Grandma Was In A Villa,And The Thing That Helps Her Get Up Broke And Dropped Her And Made Her Die. The Lift Company Said They Are Taking All Responisilibty And Want To Settle, And My Uncle Denied The Offer And Is Now Sending A Larger Offer We Will Know How Much Its For Next Week, Im Just Wondering How Much It Could Be?
many things affect the amount of settlement in wrongful death and survival actions such as the age of the deceased, the health of the deceased, the pain and suffering incurred, the liability policy limits, etc. therefore, without a full consultation and review of medical bills, it would be impossible to put a number on it.
you also just mentioned wrongful death action. what about a survival action? you most likely have one of those as well. you may want to consider speaking with an attorney to help maximize your claim in addition to properly apportioning proceeds between wrongful death and survival actions to decrease inheritance tax liability.
final note, you will need to petition the court to approve the settlement of a wrongful death action. It's normally called a Petition to Settle Death Claim. you may want to consult an attorney to have these issues more fully explained to you.
What Are The Rights To Counsel And To Represent Oneself?
it is within the U.S. Constitution that guarantee's you the right to act as counsel and to represent yourself in a court of law. I don't recommend it ,but the choice is yours under the laws of the United States and most individual states will follow that law because of the Civil Rights issues involved with it. If they deny you the right then they have violated your Civil rights and can be ordered to pay substantial amounts for damages under Federal Law.
Legal Advice -On Divorce- From Qualified Persons Only, Please.?
My Fiancee Is Trying To Divorce His Wife Whom He Has Been Seperated From For Two Years Now. We Got Together After She Left And They Were Legally Seperated. However, She Wants To Add On The Divorce Papers The Reason For Divorce Was Adultery, Which Is False. She Had A Cell Phone Plan In Her Name That He Gave Her Money For Every Month After She Left. When She Finally Turned His Phone Off She Claimed He Owed Her $300.00 Which Included Fees For The Early Termination. She Was Also Asking For Money For Her Student College Loans Which She Took Out In, Once Again, Her Name Only While They Were Married. They Were Married From July 142006-July 15 2007, Just Barely A Year And One Day.
She Says That She Wants A Lawyer And That She'S Going To Ask For These Reparations Before She Agrees On The Divorce. I Feel She Is Doing This As A Stall Tactic To Anger The Two Of Us And Keep Us From Going Through With Our Marriage. Either Way, It Needs To Be Taken Care Of And My Fiancee Claims That If She Does Go To A Lawyer That He/She Will Get Creative And He Will End Up Having To Pay The Charges For Her Lawyer And His Potential Lawyer As Well.
For People Who Were Only Married A Year, I Don'T Think A Lawyer Would Even Want To Take The Case (For Anything Other Than The Money) As I Believe It Would Never Make It To Court.
Any Advice Is Welcome And Appreciated As I Want To Get Past This And Avoid Any Unpleasantness This Scorned Female May Try To Cause. Thanks
In most states there is no fault divorce. The court doesn't want to hear your petty differences and could care less who slept with who. They will ask you to seek mediation. He will not have to pay for her attorney. The college loans may present a problem as debts incurred during marriage are usually considered joint. Using that logic he can argue that there was debt incurred for future benefit. Divorce excludes him from getting any future benefit. My advice to both of them is to sit down and come to a fair settlement and save themselves thousands in lawyer fees. It can be done. Split the property 50/50 and move on. lawyers love the battles , they get to charge lots of money and in the end it is just a settlement of property. I once ran into a lady who was divorcing and they owned two homes. Rather than settle she had spent $75,000 on an attorney and they were still not divorced. Talk about being scorned.....The courts are too busy to hear personal battles that have no legal basis.