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93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
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News In The Phillapinnes?
What Kind Of Accident Occurred On Construction

No hammer fell on nobody's head. Quite a serious accident happened, which isn't a joking matter. Ten people were killed when a construction platform broke and killed 10 people in Manila. Sad story.
http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xgs7sp_...

Free Custody Legal Advice?
I Have Recently Finished Going Through A Major Custody Battle -In Which I Won Sole Legal And Physical Custody- But There Are A Few Things In The Order That I Need Clarification For, But Don'T Have A Lawyer Any Longer. Is There Any Place I Can Go In Az Or On The Web For Some Free Advice Or At Least Really Inexpensive? I Know Free Things Are Hard To Come By! Any Help Would Be Great!

Go to the Arizona Bar Association's website and look under the free legal assistance section. Be aware that the waiting list for these organizations is insanely long . . . there are always way more clients than lawyers.

You can also call your area family law attorneys, explain what you are interested in, and ask how much they would charge. If all you want is an explanation of the language in your Order, I can't imagine that I would charge you more than $40.

You can also post a question about the specific things in the Order here in this venue. There are actually a handful of other lawyers who frequent this section and give good advice . . . you just have to been on alert for the chuckleheads who think they know the law.

Can A Divorce Lawyer Fire A Client While The Client Has Other Non Related Criminal Charges Pending?
The Person I'M Askin' About Has A Divorce Lawyer. The Divorce Lawyer Tried Once To Fire The Client Because He Wasn'T Getting Enough Info (Phone Numbers) But They Came To An Agreement, And The Lawyer Stayed. Friday, 1 Week B4 The Freaking Divorce Hearing, The Lawyer Wants To Fire The Client Because The Retainer Money Is Low. The Client Can Pay Up The Retainer, But The Lawyer Doesn'T Want The Money. So There'S Ex Parte Friday. The Plan At This Point Is To Bring Plenty Of Cash To Top Up The Retainer To The Hearing, And Then Talk To The Judge, See If He Will Not Let The Lawyer Quit. Now The Person With The Lawyer (My Family Member) Has Pressing Criminal Charges.. He Doesn'T Even Want His Divorce Lawyer Knowing About The Criminal Charges, But Isn'T That Another Possible Reason The Judge Won'T Remove The Lawyer From The Case? Thanks :)

A lawyer can fire a client anytime he wants and vice versa. Just tell the judge your lawyer quit and you need time to get a new one.

A judge can not tell a lawyer to stay or go. The lawyer is an independent business man.

Question Concerning Fathers Visitation Rights?
Let Me Start Off By Saying I Have Two Boys - 4 And 5 Years Old, From A Previous Relationship. I Have Sole Custody Of Them But Their Father Has Court Ordered Visitation Rights. He Gets Them Every Other Fri. Well, My Boys Had Been Begging Me To Get Them Signed Up For Soccer. To Make Sure That Their Father Wouldnt Interfere With This I Asked Him,&Quot; If I Sign Up The Boys For Soccer Is It Alright If You Just Come To Their Games Saturday Morning And Take Them After That? &Quot; He Agreed. Now As Soon As I Sign Them Up He Says &Quot; Nope Thats Not Going To Fly. Im Coming On My Assigned Day And Time &Quot; He Lives About An Hour Away And The Kids Have To Start Soccer At 8 15 In The Morning. He Also Relies On Rides From Friends Since Hes On His Second Dui Charge. So, He Cant And Will Not Take Them. My Question Is What Can I Do ? If I Just Dont Answer The Door When He Comes Fri, Can I Get In Trouble? Is There Something I Can Get From The Courthouse Or Should I Contact My Lawyer? It Seems Like Such A Big Hassle Even Though All My Kids Want To Do Is Play Soccer. I Don'T Want To Argue With Him And Make Things Difficult. I Told Him He Could Make Up The Time With Them, So Im Not Denying Him From Seeing His Boys. My Kids Have Been Looking Forward To This And I Dont Want Their Dad To Ruin It Just Because He Enjoys Getting Under My Skin. Its Also Court Ordered That He Pays Child Support But He Hasnt Paid In 5 Months Yet I Still Allow Him Visitation. Thanks For The Help :)

No you will not get into trouble, take your sons to soccer. You have made an effort to give the father reasonable visitation time. That is what the court orders when you have full custody. It's not your fault or the children's that the father is a loser with no license. No judge in his right mind would ever side with him over a mother that cares for her children and they want to be involved in sports.

If you ask me the man's a loser and lucky he has any rights at all. The most you'll get is a letter in the mail asking you to make sure he is able to get reasonable parenting time, answer that letter with exactly what you have provided in this question and they will laugh him out of the building.

I hope I helped

Corporate Lawyers? What And How?
What Exactly Does The Job Of A Corporate Lawyer Entail And How Do You Become One? Thanks!

A "corporate lawyer" is a lawyer who specializes in corporate law.

"Corporate law" comprises the statutes or laws that relate to foreign and domestic corporation.

To become a corporate lawyer to must first of all become a lawyer who has specialized in various aspects of corporate law. You must then find a job, working either for a corporation or law firm or go into business for yourself.

Gain Back Child Custody?
So My Sister Lost Custody Of Her 5Year Old Boy July 2012 I Dont How She Was Able To Loose :( I Guess Her Ex Show Alot Of Evidence, But I Want Her To Get Him Back If Its Pissible!! I Miss My Newphew So Much I. She Says Its Hard To Fight Back For Custody Is This True ?? What Can She Do Helllpppp

Sometimes it can be done and it is hard to do but so very worth it.

What she should do is go for joint custody first unless she can prove that the father is mistreating him in some way. Than after joint custody she can work towards full phisical custody.

What she needs to do to prepare is get a daily planner and document everything. Conversations, visitations, taken and missed and why, Requests for visitations and results of those requests. Pictures of any physical signs of abuse. Pertinent things said and actions of the child.

Also get statements from those who know the mother and can show the quality of person she is and the quality of care she will give her child. Also any support she will have from others to help her in the total care of her child. Make 3 copies, so that there are 4 in total - the original and 3 copies. Have them get these papers notarized with a seal, NOT a stamp. The seal is very important.

Write a list of the reasons she is seeking joint/whole custody of the child. Start the list stating what exactly she is seeking (custody, to what degree, visitations laid out, child support - state your full request of the court) Also add anything that she feels will back up each reason. Keep all emotions out of everything, just stick to the facts Keep everything short and to the point, She will want 5 copies of this document and all notarized with a seal.

When she is ready to set a court date, call the court and get a hearing time and date. This should be free, it is a part of the original custody hearing. When she gets the hearing date and time than she needs to take all her statements, 4 of each statement and prepare to mail them out with a paper stating the date and time of the hearing. She also wants to have an extra one of the hearing date so she can send it to the father.

To the father, mail a copy of the hearing notification and her list. She must have this in his hands no less than 10 days before the hearing date. Now for the rest of the papers... One of each one should be mailed to the following people/places...
1. The court for the fules
2. The judge residing over the hearing
3. The originals only, are to be sent to herself
4. The last set of papers don't need to be sent, they are to be kept by the sender.

Sent ALL these (including the fathers) with a return receipt so that she has proof of sending and also who signed to receive them. When she gets hers un the mail, she should not open it. Write on it the date received and put it in a safe place, it will be her master copy and proof of what and how she did it.

She can get a lawyer, or she can do this herself, representing herself in court. The thing to know here is that she just did everything and more than a lawyer would do and when representing herself in court, they will be more lienient with her because they know she is not a trained attorney and can;t speak as one would. So,they will listen to her more and allow a few things they would not from an attorney, because they know she is not an attorney.

When appearing in court she should look and dress in a manner that is respectful to the judge and court. Not sloppy. When addressing the court, keep all emotions in check, a little tear is ok, but no he did this and tit for tat stuff. Keep every statement factual, to the point and SHORT. When the judge asks what she is there for and what is her request, just refer him/her back to the list she gave him/her and state that she just want to have her child and (If she is requesting this) child support and medical to help her care for him.