4 Strategies To Help Your Lawyer Enable You To When you need a legal representative at all, you need to work closely along with them in order to win your case. Regardless how competent they can be, they're planning to need your help. Allow me to share four important approaches to help your legal team enable you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - regardless of what information you're planning to reveal for them. Privilege means everything you say is saved in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team should know everything in advance - particularly information other side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuous and factual account of most information regarding your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys because of the data they must assist them to win. 3. Show Up Early For Many Engagements Do not be late when you're appearing before a court and avoid wasting the attorney's time, too, when you are punctually, each and every time. In reality, because you might need to discuss very last minute details or perhaps be extra prepared for the case you're facing, it's smart to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You Have Your Act Together If you've been involved in just about any crime, it's important in order to prove to the court that you just both regret the actions and are making strides toward increasing your life. For example, if you're facing driving under the influence, volunteer for any rehab program. Be sincere and included in the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely together with your legal team increases your probability of absolute success. Follow these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you must win your case.
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Lawyer Or Legal Aid?
I Got A Break And Entry X2 Charge , First Offense
What Do You Think The Outcome Will Be
Either With A Lawyer(Paid Well)?
Or A Legal Aid?
Legal Aid doesn't handle criminal cases. You would have to go with a public defender and you have to show that you are indigent (cannot afford an attorney). I *think* there is probably a form where you have to list all your assets/liabilities (not sure about this but there's going to be some type of form you have to complete to say that you cannot afford an attorney.
Can you afford an attorney? If so, hire a private attorney.
If not, tell the judge that you need a public defender appointed to defend you.
I Had Received A Letter From A National Loan Servicing Center Stating That I Owe The College I Recently Graduated From $850.88 And I Tried To Get Into The Navy And The Chief Called The College That Irecently Graduted From And Someone Told Him In Finacial Aid That I Did Graduate But I Owe The College $5000 And I Told Him That That Cannot Be Right I Told Him That I Had Received A Letter From A Loan Company That I Only Owe The College That I Had Attend $850.88 For Tuition And I Contacted The School Where I Had Graduated From And Someone Told Me In Finacial Aid That They Was Not Aware Of The Loan And I Contacted The Loan Company And Someone Told Me That I Had Signed The Contact With Someone In Finacial Aid In November And I Had Told Someone That That Is A Lie And Someone From The School That I Was Attending Signed My Name And I Was Not Aware Of It In This Situation What Should I Do?
First of all get a notebook and make sure you keep a list of the names and numbers of the people you talk to. If you can, dig up all the paperwork you can and keep it all in one place. Is there a way that you can get a copy of that contract someone else may have signed? Do you know about how much you should owe? I wouldn't pay the loan company until I get it straight with the college.
Help Attorney Needed?
Crackerjack Discrimination Attorney For A Kennesaw, Ga., Case Is Needed. Time Is Of The Essence. Thank You In Advance For Your Assistance.
Oh, don't you wish finding a good attorney were really this easy? Sorry, it's not.
Your phone directory probably has a yellow pages section for attorneys. If it covers a large enough area, they will probably also be broken down by specialty. Lawyers are almost as specialized as doctors these days, you know.
However, Kennesaw is probably not a very large town, and chances are there is no more than one attorney who would even be willing to accept a particular case. So if it is important that your attorney live where you do, you probably don't have many choices. Call all the attorneys in the book, and you may find one.
The more likely scenario is that you will need to go to the county seat (or is Kennesaw a county seat?), or even the state capital to find a large enough concentration of attorneys for your purposes. The good news is they tend to advertise with a good bit of information in the yellow pages, and also on the Internet.
How To Find Out Someone'S Place Of Employment? I'M An Attorney And Have Several Clients That Haven'T Paid Me?
I'M Planning On Suing Them But Am Trying To Prioritize Who To Take To Court First. I Figure It'S Best To Take The Ones That Actually Have Jobs First But I Need To Know How To Find That Out. Anyone Out There With Any Suggestions On Debt Collection?
Proceed with caution. The problem with debt collection if you're an attorney is they may turn around and claim that you committed malpractice in handling their matter. If they report you to the bar you may have to deal with an investigation. Even if their claim is frivolous, it'll be a major headache to deal with and will take time away from your practice. Next time, get a retainer up front to prevent this type of problem.
To find a place of employment, gather as much info about the person as possible to help you on your search. Do a Google search (sometimes the employer lists staff members on their websites). Also, Yahoo! actually has a free people search that sometimes shows updated employment info (go to Resources). Check with LinkedIn and other professional network places where the person's info might pop up. If all else fails, you can pay a company to do the search for you. Or better yet, just go ahead and sue them and find out the employment info during discovery. There are certain databases out there that can show employment info for a person if you have their ss# but i'm not familiar with them. Good Luck!
Looking For An Attorney?
I Am From California And Would Like To Know If There Are Such Things As Attorney Interns Or Something Like That....Like Law Students That Will Take On Cases Just For The Experience Or Maybe One That If They Believed It Would Benefit Them Or The Party Involved, Would Take On The Case In Hopes There Would Be A Payoff? See, I Have An Accident Case That I Was Convinced Into Filling Jointly With The Other Parties Involved. I Now Know That I Should Have And Could Have Filed My Own Separate Claim And I Do Want To Do So .... I Just Dont Have The Money Up Front To Put Out Or The Knowledge Necessary To Represent Myself..... I Dont Think I Do Anyway..I Thought It Would Be Helpful If There Were Student Lawyers That Work On These Kinds Of Cases ..... Any Info On Something Like This Here In The State Of California Will Be Helpful And Much Appreciated !Thanx!
If you haven't passed the bar and been admitted to the bar, you don't get to practice law. You could act as your own attorney, but being a law student doesn't make you any more qualified than say, me. Law firms do have clerks that work like during summers and get experience doing grunt work that way. If you think you have a case, hire an attorney and volunteer to help out and see what they say.
Attorney Fee....Reasonable ? ?
Hi .... Is A Fee Of $200 An Hour Reasonable For An Attorney In Massachusetts? Specifically For Elder Care Law. Also Does Anyone Recommend A First Rate Attorney, Specializing In Elder Care Law, Medicare/Medicaid Near Woburn Ma?
Yep. $200 to $350 per hour is a reasonable rate. (The rates for paralegal and/or legal secretary should also be disclosed and those rates will probably range from $50 to $125 per hour.)
If you are asking for a specific service (i.e. estate planning, etc.) you can ask for a fixed quote. You should also ask how much time you anticipate the attorney believes s/he will need to spend on the case. This will give you an idea of what you'll have to spend.
I'd recommend that you contact the Massachusetts Bar Association. Their website will probably have a referral service. And you'll be able to make certain the attorney you're interested in hiring is a member in good standing, etc.