4 Strategies To Help Your Lawyer Enable You To When you really need an attorney for any excuse, you have to work closely together so that you can win your case. Regardless of how competent these are, they're going to need your help. Allow me to share four important strategies to help your legal team enable you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - no matter what information you're planning to reveal for them. Privilege means everything you say is held in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team should know all things in advance - most especially information one other side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuous and factual account of all the information associated with your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the current data they must help them to win. 3. Turn Up Early For Many Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and avoid wasting the attorney's time, too, when you are promptly, whenever. In reality, because you may want to discuss last minute details or even be extra prepared for the way it is you're facing, it's smart to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You Have Your Act Together If you've been responsible for any sort of crime, it's important so as to convince the legal court that you both regret the actions and so are making strides toward boosting your life. For example, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for the rehab program. Be sincere and included in the neighborhood the judge is presiding over. Working more closely along with your legal team increases your probability of absolute success. Try this advice, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you should win your case.
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How Can I Find A Directory Of Lawyers Nationwide?
I Want To Put Together A Database Of All The Real Estate Attorney'S In The Usa. Is There A Website, Or Directory That Might Have This? Or Maybe Even A Directory That Just Has All Lawyers In General?
There is no one national database that includes all of them.
Martindale Hubbell keps a lawyers directory. LEXIS and WESTLAW keep records, as do findlaw.com and Lawyers Diary. None are official complete. Some of these might list whether the lawyers are real estate lawyers.
Every state keeps official records of all lawyers admitted to practice in that state. They are either kept by the State Supreme Court, the Board of Bar Overseers, or the state Bar Association. These records would not list whether they are real estate lawyers.
How To Become A High Paid Lawyer?
How To Earn 7 Figures As A Lawyer. I Have Heard That Being A Lawyer Is Overrated Because Many &Quot;Lawyers&Quot; Make Basically No Money.
Lawyers are a dime a dozen. Good lawyers are worth their weight in gold! There is a glut of Attorneys, with some taking jobs outside of law to get by. You've heard of puppy mills? There are tons of "law schools" that operate the same way. Stay away from the Acme School of Law for example. Law School online -- get serious.
If you want to become a high paid lawyer, first attend a reputable law school, have decent grades, seek a highly respected mentor while you are in law school.
If you sole reason for attending law school is to make a ton of money - YOU WON''T! To make the big bucks you've got to love what you are doing, with a passion!
One of the biggest mistakes young people make when addressing career choices, is focusing first on $$$$!
I am retired, and I have truly been there. When I retired I was the CEO of a Fortune 500 Firm, having been COO and CFO of a couple of other firms. My Compensation at retirement was esily in the eight figures, and didn't include money made from sitting on Boards of Directors, speechmaking, consulting , etc. Corporations pay the people that make up their Boards. Example: I sit on the board of one company that requires that I attend one monthly meeting, and their annual meeting. For this I receive more than a quarter of a mil per year.
The world does not hold out a brass ring that you simply grab ahold of;
never, ever forget that money follows performance. If you work your butt off, and become among the very best at what you do, there are tremendous rewards. The WRONG approach is to sit back in high school or college and focus on, "what career will make me really rich".
By your standards I am indeed loaded. I am rich alright I have a family I adore and that adore me, lots of loyal friends, live comfortably. I don't 'get off on $$$", my "high" is rolling on the floor with my grand kids!
Do I Need A Lawyer For Family Court?
I'M Accused Of Domestic Violence.
Could I Accuse My Wife For False Accusations.
I Could Get Kicked Out Of The Navy & The Country If Found Guilty.
First question...yes, you need a lawyer.
Second question....yes, if you are able to prove your wife lied to police in making those accusations. That would require that you not only are able to prove it, but that you had pled "Not guilty" and were acquited of the charges.
Third question.....When I was involved with the Navy (dependent) domestic violence was hardly an issue. It might show up in your permanant record, but you would not get kicked out. Nowadays, domestic violence is taken much more seriously; so you might face a great deal of difficulty with the Navy if you are convicted.
Third question, part two.....Out of the country? Not hardly. Unless maybe you're not a US citizen? Then, if you are divorced from your sponsor, AND discharged from the Navy for committing a crime, then I don't imagine you would be able to make much of a case for not being deported.
Which brings us back to the answer to question one....you need a lawyer.
Child Support, Divorce, Legal Advice?
My Husband Moved Out So I Filed For Divorce (Joint Custody, He Pay Me Child Support) He Disagrees With Child Support, And With The Advice From A Legal Aid, Moved Back In.... My Attorney Says I Can Sign Papers With The His Changes, Then File For Child Support Later &Quot;If Need Be&Quot;. We Have Two Boys 14 And 16. As Of Today He Is Providing Financially. Should I Just Bight The Bullet, Keep The Peace In Our Home And Get Our Joint Takes Return?...Haha
Here Is A Email My Attorney Sent Me About My Situation:
Here Is The Written Version Of What We Discussed.
The Divorce Agreement As Modified By Your Husband Does Not Really Address The Issues Of Child Custody, Support, And Property Division Other Than To Say &Quot;We Agree To Agree&Quot;. This Has Pros And Cons. One Is That The Judge May Not Sign It. This Is Unusual But Possible. However, If The Judge Does Sign It, Its Ambiguity May Protect You Ability To Formally Address Child Custody If Husband Does Not Honor Your Verbal Agreement.
To Further Explain, Usually Once A Couple Enters Into A Divorce Agreement, That Agreement Is Final And Cannot Be Changed Unless A Spouse Can Show A Material Change In Circumstance. That Is Why I Recommend Making Sure Your Divorce Agreement Has The Actual Child Custody, Support, And Property Divisions You Want From The Beginning. The Current Version Signed By Your Husband Doesn'T Do That And So Lacks Teeth.
However, Since It Is So Ambiguous, A Judge May Actually Consider Changing It In The Future Without Requiring That You Show The Usual Material Change In Circumstance Because There Is Very Little Evidence In The Agreement As To What The Circumstances Are. In That Sense, It May Lack Teeth But That Might Make It Easier To Add Teeth In The Future.
Let Me Know What You Decide Or If You Have Any Other Questions.
Are you still divorcing or reconciling? The thing about "we agree to agree," as your attorney told you, is that it doesn't give you anything to hold him to. If he just decides not to send you support, you have no dollar amount he owes you, and have to take him back to court to get anything in writing. In the mean time you're on the hook for bills and expenses for your children, with no help from him. If you trust him to actually pay it, go for it, but you're risking a lot at a pretty crucial time in their lives. How will you feel if you can't afford to send them to college because you're still paying your attorney because of all the times you have had to take him back to court?
Corporate Law Career?
Im A Junior In High School And Im Interested In Getting Some Info On Corporate Law. What Do Corporate Lawyers Do Exactly? What Are The Benefits? What Are The Most Profitable Corporations To Work For? If I Decide To Pursue A Career In Corporate Law, What Classes Should I Take In High School And In College?
"Corporate" law is a very vague term. Depending on the firm you work for, you could do a variety of things. 90% of my clients are homeowners associations and condominiums, but I am a corporate lawyer. (Homeowners associations and condominiums are actually corporations.) Small businesses and international companies are corporations ( or LLC's, LP's, LLP's, LLLP's ... it goes on). "Corporate" law is a very broad term. I've been involved in contract dispute, legal reaserch, forming new companies, criminal investigations, civil lawsuits, settling the estate of someone who died, and divorce cases.
We read a lot of laws and cases: write several pages a day of various letters, memos, contracts, etc.; meet with boards of directors, shareholders, and opposing counsel, go to court, and counsel our clients.
We are very well paid, but we work very long hours.
Take a wide variety of courses. They will all serve you well. Do not major in pre-law. It is a wasted degree. If you can't pick a major you like, then pick liberal arts. It will teach you how to think. That's a very valuable skill in life, not just the law.
What Are The Differences Between A Prosecutor And A Defense Attorney?
I Want To Know The Key Differences Between These Two. I Plan On Studying Law And Criminal Justice In The Future And I Want To Know About These Two Professions First, They'Re The Ones That Interest Me The Most. What Are Their Roles In Court? And What Makes Them So Different From Each Other?
The prosecutor does the ame job in civil and criminal matters. In criminal, they generally work for a government body (city, state, county, federal) and in civil cases they work for an individual or corporation. The prosecutors work for the side that accuses the defendant of the wrong action. Their job is to seek the most penalty that the law will allow.
The defense attorney works for the accused in both civil and criminal cases. Their job is to keep their client from being convicted of the charges and/or getting the least punishment possible.