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If You Were Shopping For A Lawyer Online, What Would You Look For?
I Was Hoping To Find A Divorce Attorney In My Area. What Are Some Things You Would Look For, Or What Would Turn You Off?
First thing I would do is get recommendations from my friends and family. That is were I would start. I would not just go randomly looking online.
Mainly because you are going to pay a whole lot of money and you want to make sure you get someone decent.
Question About A Shared Parenting Plan.?
My Ex-Wife And I Have A Shared Parenting Plan With Our 4 Year Old Daughter. I Am Her Residential Parent When I Have Her And She Is When She Has Her. As A Matter Of Fact Here If A Direct Quote From My Attorney About Decision Making. &Quot;With Shared Parenting, It Is Assumed That The Two Of You Will Make The Decision Jointly. Since You Cannot, You Then Turn To Any Provision In The Paperwork Which Allocates Decision-Making Authority. Since There Is None, I Would Advise You That The Two Of You Are On Equal Footing.&Quot; Now For My Question. I Have Her Sat.-Tue. One Week, Sat.-Wed The Next Week. When Her Mother Picked Her Up Tonight She Told Me That She Has Enrolled Her In A Pre-School Mon-Thurs. 8-Noon And I Am Suppose To Take Her When I Have Her. I Have Told Her From The Start I Am Not Taking Her To A Pre-School When I Have Her. There Is Nothing Saying I Have To & If I Am Able To Make Her Decisions When I Have Her I Don'T Feel Her Mother Can Tell Me What To Do When I Have Her. Any Advice?
You should probably take her to preschool. It seems that you and the mother are handling the "shared parenting" well, so no reason to rock the boat. No need to start a fight over something so trivial. Preschool is good for her and will help to ready her for Kindergarten. Don't look at it like you're dropping her off at daycare even though you could be spending time with her; instead, see it as part of her education. If she was in regular school already, I'm sure you would take her without a second thought. Visitation and shared custody can be an ugly situation, so enjoy your amicable relationship and think carefully about choosing your battles. What is best for your daughter? Probably parents that are getting along and a jump start on Kindergarten.
Do I Have To Speak With Appeal Attorneys?
A Long Time Ago I Testified In A Robbery/Double Homicide Case Where The Defendant Was Convicted And Sentenced To Death In The State Of California. I Already Spoke To Some Appeal Attorneys Before A Few Years Ago. Recently I Got Contacted Again By Some Appeal Attorneys Do I Have To Speak To Them? And What Could Happen If I Don'T?
Unless you are subpoenaed, you don't have to talk to anyone about anything.
Is There A Lawyer That Can Help Me Find My Daughters Father?
My Daug. Father Has Skiped Out For 12 Years With The Help Of Freinds On Child Support .. The Dhs Cannot Find Him We Were Not Married. He Was In The Navy In 1990 And Earlyer.
you can get a private investigator and I am sure it will be a little bit cheaper. Lawyers will take a retainer, send you a bill of all the unsuccessful things that they did and say, sorry, cant find him....
If he was in the navy you may want to find someone in the navy and see if they can locate him through the military locator. He may still be in the Navy, who knows.
You can also do searches online, there are some databases that private persons can have access to. Dont pay a lot, shop around because a lot of them are usually from the same database. If you pay more than 20 bucks for one search, you paid too much.
Are Notarized Custody Agreements Useful?
We Live In Pa, Are Separating, And Came Up With A Custody Agreement On Our Own To Avoid High Attorney Fees. We Are Having It Notarized. I Realize The Courts Can Trump It If The Need Comes Up, But Is It At All Worth It To Have A Notarized Agreement At This Point?
I think you really need an attorney with a custody agreement.
The reason I'm saying that is because I'm a Notary and I would never notarize something like that. My primary responsibility is saying that the signature on a document belongs legally to the person signing. They have changed the Notary law a bit (at least in Florida) saying that we're now supposed to have some knowledge of what the document is about legally. So, in your case, I personally wouldn't notarize it.
It isn't just because of the notary, it's also due to the high level of importance a custody agreement holds. I would play it safe and at least get an attorney to look over everything.
Reasons Why Drunk-Driving (Dui) Laws Should Be Stricter?
Maybe this could be considered "stricter" ... but I don't know.
Drunk driving charges should be immune to any deals for lesser sentences ... and those sentences should be severe!
If the prosecution has a good case for DUI ... it goes to a trial, no deals, no crap, no "first time offender" (yea, right) consideration, full pull, no holds barred PROSECUTION!
The penalties in most states are already pretty harsh, but sometimes influential defendants STILL get a deal! Prosecute to the full extent of the law, every time! On conviction ... hit the offender with the maximum sentence allowed by law every time, no breaks, no way!
Once the "learning curve" takes hold ... we might see a decrease in DUI arrests!