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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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I Need Help Finding A Lawyer Plz Help?
What Kind Of Lawyer. My Mom Went To Go Get Surgery And During The Surgery She Got A Virus Because They Did Not Clean The Tools. She Was Given Maninjitus What Lawyer Would Be Good.

Go to your state's bar association website. There should be an attorney finder tool. Search for a medical malpractice attorney.

Are Trial Lawyers Afraid To Tackle Mortgage Bankers?
Mortgage Bankers Looked To Find The Poorest, The Uneducated And Financially Ignorant To Prey Their High-Priced Sub-Prime Loans Onto, These Victims Didn'T Really Understand What They Were Getting Themselves Into When The Commission Earning Mortgage Bankers Originated Their Loans. Isn'T This Some Kind Of Fraud? Are America'S Trial Lawyers Suddenly Afraid? Shouldn'T These Sub-Primes Be Considered Voidable Contracts? Most Of These Poor Folks That Entered Into These Types Of Loans Will Never See The Light Of Day:

At the risk of not getting picked as the "Best Answer," I have to say that this has to be one of the most uninformed question that I have ever seen on the current mortgage situation!

These people are not victims. The government regulates the heck out of the mortgage industry already which includes requiring (under penalty of law) the mortgage company to disclose every detail of the loan to the borrower -- especially the financial information such as interest rate (and changes to interest rate) and payment amounts (including principal, interest, taxes and insurance).

I don't deny that the mortgage companies made stupid decisions for loaning money to people who were not creditworthy. But look at it this way... If a borrower puts NO MONEY DOWN and they default on the loan, then that borrower has lost nothing more than they would have paid in rent! The mortgage companies are already being punished by going out of business. That's far worse punishment than the government could mete out. If they go out of business, there's no one for the lawyers to sue (and lawyers only sue if they can get paid).

If the mortgage companies truly tried to deceive the borrowers and fleece them, then that would be actionable. They could be sued and the contract could be declared void. But with all of the disclosures that the government requires every step of the way in the mortgage approval process, there's no way that any borrower could plausibly make the claim that the mortgage company didn't make the facts of the contract clear.

These "poor folks" tried to get something for nothing. When you can barely afford a two-bedroom apartment, what makes you think you can afford a five-bedroom house?! The mortgage company and the lenders/investors are paying for their mistakes. The borrowers should pay for their stupidity as well. Hopefully, they enjoyed home ownership while it lasted!

Hiding stupidity and irresponsible behavior behind victimhood is insulting to everyone's intelligence.

Can You Sue Your Husbands Exwife For Trying To Get More Alimony?
My Husbands Ex Wife Wants More Alimony, I Want To Sue Her For Something, We Have A Small Child Together And She Is All Alone, Noone Else To Take Care Of But Herself. He Pays Her 1000.00 Already She Wants 2000.00 A Month! She Must Think We Are Rich? I Fell I Should Be Able To Sue Her For Trying To Hurt Our Family, And If She Gets This, We Will Loose Our House. And Yes We Have An Attorney, I Just Want Other Opinions Too.

you cant sue her unless she is doing mental,emotional,or physical harm above and beyond asking through court alimony..i know firsthand what a bit** this process is ,but go through the lawyer ..be kind to her face..and if she calls constantly or sends letters that aren't appropriate then turn them over to your attorney ..when your husband goes to court you must make sure your husband brings documentation that he is supporting his new wife and child,make sure he brings documentations of monthly expenses any Dr bills ,daycare bills ,make sure he shows without a doubt he cant pay extra..i know you want to sue her i have felt the same way but tell yourself you are better then she is ...and thank god he doesn't have children with her..also make sure that the lawyer bring it to the judge that shes not able to sue again for alimony and this alimony payment should get a time limit on it so she can support herself at some point..the judge legally cannot order him to pay her an amount that will cause you and your child to lose your home..she will go away EVENTUALLY..she just wants to try to make you think she still has control ..don't sink to her level..good luck

How Do I Find Out Who The Best Lawyer In Town Is In My City?

http://www.martindale.com/
That will give you the martindale-hubble info on any lawyer and their basic ranking. It's more of a 5-star system, not a head to head comparison. Its not necessarily indicative of their actual abilities, either, but it is something to look at. You can also ask the state bar association what information they have on lawyer records.

Does Guardian Have Custody Rights?
If A Parent Gives Temporary Guardianship To A Family Member That Is Related By Marriage, Then When That Parent Wants The Child Back And The Guardian Threatens To Take Custody If The Parent Takes The Child, Does The Guardian Have Rights To File For Custody Of The Child Against The Parent?

Regardless of whether it went through the courts or not, the parent signed away guardianship, not custody, so if the guardian is keeping the child against the parents wishes, then they are guilty of kidnapping. What the parent needs to do is send a certified letter to the temporary guardian telling them that they are revoking the temporary guardianship effective immediately and want the child returned to them in 48 hours. If the child is not returned to them, then they can file a kidnapping charge. The guardian certainly can file for custody, but it would be unusual for them to get it. And as far as the other responders are concerned, guardianship is not necessarily custody. It depends on how the temporary guardianship is worded. They are actually two separate entities.

What Is The Avg Fee Of A Estate Lawyer?
I Have One Handling My Case For About Two Years. I Inherited About $300,000, But Now Its Down To $250,000. This Lawyer Is Looking For My Deceased Moms Death Cert. I Was Left This Estate From My Aunt. I Thought It Was 5% Of The Estate. This Sullivan County. Your Thoughts Please

Most estate attorneys either work for a specified percentage of the total estate value (as seems to be the case here), or they work on an hourly fee. When this attorney started handling this case, he should have provided you with a written retainer agreement that clearly specified how he would be paid. If you do not have a copy of this, ask for a copy to be sent to you.

If you are having a dispute over the fee being charged and you can't work it out with your lawyer, then go to the state bar (you should be able to find their website online). I don't know where Sullivan County is, so I don't know what state you are in. However, each state bar in the country has a "fee dispute resolution process" where the bar will act as a neutral third party. They basically hear your side of the story first and find out why you think you are being mis-charged. Then they will go to the attorney, get a copy of all relevant documents, and ask for his side of the story. If they determine that you are, in fact, being overcharged, they can bring discipline charges against the attorney and force him to give the money back.

Believe me, attorneys take it VERY seriously when there is a fee dispute and the state bar gets involved. In fact, most attorneys are more than happy to sit down and discuss the issue with you and try to work it out. After all, if you aren't happy with them, that only increases the chance that they can kiss goodbye any repeat or referral business, not to mention that no attorney wants to get sued by a former client.

So get a copy of your retainer agreement and give your attorney a call to discuss the charges.