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Finding A Skilled Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will see that there are numerous lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they can focus on your sort of case. This may make the procedure of finding one with significant amounts of experience a bit of a challenge. However, if you follow the following it will be possible to define your quest to the correct one out of almost no time. The initial step is to generate a set of the lawyers that are listed in the area specializing in your circumstances. When you are making this list you must only include those that you may have a good vibe about based on their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down by using a little while evaluating their internet site. There you must be able to find the number of years they have been practicing and some general information regarding their success rates. At this stage your list needs to have shrunken further to individuals which you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate amount of experience. You need to then spend some time to search for independent reviews of every attorney. Be sure to look at the reviews instead of just relying upon their overall rating. The data from the reviews gives you a solid idea of the way that they interact with the clientele and the time they invest into each case that they are focusing on. Finally, you should talk to no less than the final three lawyers which may have the credentials you are searching for. This gives you the time to truly evaluate how interested they are in representing your case. It is actually vital that you follow all of these steps to ensure that you find a person which has the right level of experience to help you the perfect outcome.

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What Do Paralegals Actually Do?
Ive Read Many Answers But I Am Looking For More Of An In-Depth Example Or Even A Case Example That You May Have Worked On And All The Tasks That Came With Completing A Task For A Lawyers Office. What Are The Best Paralegal Areas To Work In? Please, I Am Trying To Make A Long Career Choice Decision And Looking For More Than Just Answers. I Am Looking For Advice Or Information That Can Help. I Did Read An Answer About How Jobs Are Running Out Because More And More Paralegals Get Their Degree And Lawyers Are Not Needed As Much These Days. Is That True?

I currently work as a commercial construction litigation paralegal. My work focuses on civil litigation. Let me start off by saying there is absolutely no correct answer for the questions you are asking. Every area of law varies, and every law firm varies. The tasks certain paralegals are asked to do also varies. Some paralegals are treated like secretaries where all they do is answer phones and calendar deadlines. Some paralegals are basically attorneys without a law degree because they literally handle every aspect of the case.

With that said, I do everything, and I mean everything in the law firm I work for. I work in a small firm with three attorneys and an office manager. I do everything from making sure the garbage makes it to the curb on Mondays and Thursdays to filing lawsuits. On a typical litigation file, I will: draft correspondence, calendar response dates to discovery, draft discovery responses and outgoing discovery, draft petitions, call court personnel, set hearings, set trials, organize mediations and arbitrations, draft scheduling orders, email clients, manage the file room, make copies, bind claims, import digital documents into document management software, keep track of my billed time, proofread, prepare documents for filing with the court...

That is probably a very short list in the long list of things I do. If you were to ask a family law paralegal the same question, his/her list would be very different. Also, every case is differently. You will NEVER do the same exact thing on different files. There are always variables.

There is no such thing as a "best area for a paralegal to work in". Again, that is 100% subjective. If you were to throw me into family law, I would quit. It is not the kind of work I would want to do. The best area for a paralegal to work in is the one that makes the paralegal happy.

There are a few posters on Yahoo! that preach doom and gloom on the paralegal profession. Jobs are hard to find, but that isn't exclusive to the paralegal profession. It is ridiculous to make such overly broad assertions. Just like any profession, some areas are over saturated, and others aren't. You just have to do some leg work and see what the market is in your area. I live in Texas, and paralegal jobs are always available. Might not be the same for some small town in the middle of nowhere, and that goes for ANY career choice.

Where Can I Find A Real Immigration Lawyer Online To Do A Consultation For Free?

Lawyers do not work for free.

Where Can I Get Some Legal Help For Free?

It does depend on your issue and your situation but yes, look to your local bar association for some help about pro bono legal assistance. You may also benefit from a local law school's legal clinic program -- if there is a law school in your area, contact them about clinic or pro bono representation. Depending upon your issue/situation, most attorneys will at minimum, initially consult with you for no cost. Good luck. (Free often costs more than you'd expect.)

Texas Divorce Question?
I Left My Husband A Few Days Ago With Our 3 Year Old Son. I Told My Husband I Neede A Few Days To Think. I'M Staying At My Dads Which Is An Hour Away. All I Took Was Some Clothes And The Car. Well He'S Taken All Our Money Out Of The Checking Acct And Is Threatening Me With Changing The Locks On The House To Keep Me From Getting Anything Else Out Of There And Taking The Car, Which Is In His Name. He Put Sprint Family Locator On Our Phones Yesterday And Has Been Keepibg Track Of Everywhere I Go. Calling Me All Hours Of The Day And Nite With Threats Abt Making Sure Our Son Doesn'T End Up With Me. Anyway, My Question Is, I'M Seeing A Lawyer Tomorrow Abt Starting The Divorce, And I Would Like To Get A Few Things From My House Today. Just Things I Need. Nothing Big And Nothing That Clearly Isn'T Mine. But I'M Getting Conflicting Advice Abt It My Dad Is Telling Me To Wait Until I'Ve Seen A Lawyer Before Going Up There For Any Reason But Friends Are Saying Go Now. I Already Told My Husband I'D Bring Our Son Up There And He Could Visit With Him While I Got Some Stuff. My Dad Thinks He Might Try To Take Off With My Son. I'M Not Sure He Would But U Never Really Know. Should I Go Today Or Wait Til After I See A Lawyer?

Either wait until you speak with your attorney or try to get a deputy sheriff to go with you to the home to collect what essentials you need. Stop discussing your issue with your 'friends' and do not take advice from them. They are acting on emotion, not common sense. Your dad seems to be the only one who is actually thinking. There is nothing in that house you cannot do without right now....unless you left your next breath there.

Personal Injury: A Sham On Society Or Something Else?
I Participated In A Mock Negotiation In A Law School Exercise. My Client Was A School Board. The Plaintiff Was A School Child Who Was Injured While On School Property. The Case Law I Found Suggested That Unintentional Acts By The School Board In The Ordinary Course Of Conducting Facilities Does Not Become Liable For Student Injuries. There Is A Lot Of Case Law On Governmental Immunity And Then Even More Case Law Specifically Addressing A School'S Liability. All Of The Law Suggests That Students Are In A Position Of Caveat: Student Beware. My Classmates Disagreed With The Policy Even Though The Law Supports My Position, Without Question. I Found One Case Where A Child Chopped His Hand Off In A Shop-Class Machine, And The School Was Found To Not Be Liable For Anything. I Think The Policy Is A Good One. Schools Are Not Run For Profit And The Students And Parents Have As Much Of A Duty To Prevent The Children From Being Injured As The Teachers, Staff And Faculty Do. Do You Agree?

In general, I believe that adults should be held responsible for their own actions. But when adults or institutions hurt an adult through negligence or worse, this principle goes for both parties: the persons or institutions inflicting harm should be responsible for their acts.

But, you're talking about children. In our society we do not hold children (and mentally or physically impaired adults) to the same standards as we hold adults. The standard of care required of adults and institutions to whom we entrust our children are -- and should be -- far stricter in cases of real negligence.

Of course, our laws do sometimes go overboard in awarding personal injury awards and punitive damages. Especially in the cased of punitive damages, I believe there need to be far lower limits than apply currently.

Why Are Drunk Driving Laws So Lenient?
Ok So I Live In Michigan. I Read In The News An Article About A Guy Who Isnt Even 21 Years Old (But Over 18) Who Got His Third Conviction For Drinking And Driving And Didnt Even Serve Any Jail Time? Is Our Justice System Just All Talk When It Comes To The Evils Of Drinking+Driving Or What? What Kinda Punishment Would Be Expected Of Someone Who Does This? Im Not Sure Exactly What Happened To Him.

Drunk Driving laws shouldnt exist at all...

It is already illegal to negligently kill someone with a vehicle..we don't need another law to cover someone who MAY do this..

Maybe we need laws against DWT, driving while tired...