Finding A Seasoned Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will notice that there are numerous lawyers in your area that advertise which they specialize in your sort of case. This may make the procedure of finding one with a great deal of experience a bit of a challenge. However, if you follow the following it will be possible to limit your search to the right one out of very little time. The initial step is to produce a selection of the lawyers that happen to be listed in your neighborhood specializing in your situation. While you are making this list you must only include those that you may have a great vibe about according to their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down if you take a little while evaluating their site. There you must be able to find the amount of years they have been practicing plus some general details about their success rates. At this time your list needs to have shrunken further to individuals which you felt had professional websites and an appropriate level of experience. You ought to then take time to look up independent reviews of each attorney. Be sure you look at the reviews instead of just depending on their overall rating. The details inside the reviews will give you a sense of the way they communicate with their clientele and how much time they invest into each case that they are focusing on. Finally, you will want to talk with a minimum of the final three lawyers which have the credentials you would like. This will provide you with time to truly evaluate how interested they can be in representing you and the case. It is actually imperative that you follow many of these steps to ensure that you hire a company which has the proper amount of experience to obtain the perfect outcome.
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California Real Estate Law -- Death On A Property?
I Know That There Is A Law In California That States If There Was A Death On A Property, The Buyer Must Be Informed Of It. I Wanted To Know The Name Of The Law, When It Went Into Effect, And How Many Years Back It Goes (I.E. The Earliest The Death Occurred). Also, Does This Apply To Rental Properties (Are Landlords Required To Inform Tenants About A Death On The Property)? Thanks!
The law actually states as follows:
A death does not need to be disclosed if it occurred more than three years previously. (Note that the law does NOT say that the death MUST be disclosed if it occurred within the past three years.) The only reason the death MUST be disclosed if it occurred within the past three years is if the events of the death are "material" -- if it was particularly gruesome or offensive, or if it negatively affected the value of the property.
I didn't see anything in the law about rentals.
It's Civil Code 1710.2, if you want to look up the actual language.
Law Firm, Law Firms That Represent Injury Accident Victims. What Injury Law Firm Do You Recommend In The Us?
Does Anyone Have A Personal Injury Law Firm, That They Recommend, That Represents Victims Of Personal Injury In The United States?
I recommend the Personal Injury Law Firm Of Justin Ziegler. You can visit his law firm website at http://accident.justinziegler.net His personal injury law firm's telephone number is toll-free (800) 955-5085. His law firm gives a Free Consultation and does not charge any fees unless he recovers money for you. Although i was injured in Florida, I know he represents injury victims throughout the United States.
Justin (and his law firm) is a very competent personal injury lawyer.
I was seriously injured in an accident, an Justin (and his law firm) helped me deal with the difficult insurance company and got me money quickly.
Anyone Know A Bit About Fathers Rights?
I Am Doing Abit Of Research On Fathers Rights.Can Anyone Tell Me A Little About It.Is There Anyone Actual Law Put In Place Where Fathers Do Get The Needed Justice?Or In Some Cases Do Not?Any Websites Or Anything Would Be Helpful
Fathers rights would fall under parental rights. There are organizations that cater specifically to men but as far as the courts are concerned, there are no laws specifically for "men" versus "women".
Whatever state and county you life in, do a google search to find out what's available in your neighborhood. I'm not aware of any federal laws that are for "fathers" rights.
Arizona Immigration Law?
I'M Writing A Paper About The Arizona Immigration Law. I Need Some Sites To Find Out About These Questions Or If You Have Any Knowledge About This Please Feel Free To Rant And Give Opinions.
What Are The Current Alternatives Of This Policy?
Who Are The Key Actors In This Policy Debate?
What Are The Positions Of The Democrats And Republicans? What Is The Position Of The Third Parties?
What Is The Current State Of This Issue?
Arizona Enacts Stringent Law on Immigration - NYTimes.com
Gov. Jan Brewer signed a bill aimed at identifying, prosecuting and deporting illegal immigrants.
Arizona SB 1070 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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The Support Our Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act is a legislative act in the U.S. state of Arizona that is the broadest and strictest anti-illegal immigration measure in...
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Arizona Immigration Law Compliance
How businesses can comply with the new Arizona Immigration Laws SB 1070 and HB 2779. Plus, updates on the controversial Governor Jan Brewer vs Obama lawsuit.
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Arizona Immigration Law Firm, Immigration Lawyers
Baybik Law Group A Professional Corporation 2198 East Camelback Rd., Ste. 110 Phoenix, Arizona 85016 Phone: (602) 443-1144
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What Is The Next Step To Become A Paralegal In Criminal Law?
I Already Possess A College Degree In Criminal Justice. I Prefer The Legal Aspect Versus Law Enforcement. I Am Very Interested In Becoming A Paralegal More Specifically, In Dealing With Criminal Law. I Currently Live In The State Of Virginia. I Know All States Vary In Certification Rules. I Would Love To Eventually Find Myself In This Career In The State Of New Jersey, So Even If I Have To Begin In Virginia At Least It's A Start. Does Anyone Have Information On This? Any Serious Input Is Greatly Appreciated.
I am in NJ, and I just started a paralegal certification program (I already have a BA). I am not yet familiar with the different areas of law, but I may be able to help you a bit.
First, there is no certification requirement here. BUT, you really should consider getting a certificate. You can do what I am, which is attending a community college. The BA was required to enroll, and they also have an Associate's program. There are several people in my class who are already working in law firms and all of them want the cert. to either move up or have more job options.
You want an ABA-approved school-really important.
The thing you should be aware of is that you have to have experience to become a paralegal, even if you have had the schooling. That is why I am trying to find an entry-level law firm job now. If I do not, I will still have an internship, which will help me get started. Every ad I see wants experience. So, you will have to start out in an entry-level job, unless you can get into a very small firm that is willing to train you. I knew this going in, but I am hopeful it will work out. There are paralegal jobs here, that is for sure. Having a college degree will put us ahead of those who do not, because the employers are starting to ask for that, as well as the cert. You want to be as marketable as possible.
I have seen quite a few ads for criminal law firms and all seem to want at least 2 years of experience. If you can find a job now, even if it is filing, that will help you.
You may want to try to find a job now and maybe start school in NJ when you get here. I am not sure it will be a big difference, as long as it is an ABA-approved school.
My school will take 2 years going pt at night. It is going to cost about 5K.
I hoped I helped a bit.
Getting Paid After Divorce Without Custody?
I Know That Was A Weird Title, But Didnt Know How To Quite Word It. Is It True That Someone Could Have Custody Of The Kids, But Still Have To Pay Their Spouse. If So How Often Does The Woman Have To Pay The Man. Also As A General Question; Why Should Anyone Who Has Custody Ever Have To Pay The Spouse That Doesnt Even Have To Take Care Of The Kids? Thats Totally Ridiculous If This Can Happen.
The term you are looking for is rebuttable presumption. I knew of a man who got custody of his 2 kids, he made about 125K a year. When the divorce was final mom made nothing but by the fathers own admission was a good mom so they got joint custody with him having the primary. He was ordered to pay her child support so that she could maintain a place to live for the children when they where with her. It is VERY rare that this ever happens, but it has happened when one spouse makes a lot of money and the other one doesn't.
Now for general child support the woman is ordered to pay the man in about 20% of cases, and of those 205 only about 20% actually pay.