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Child Custody Laws in
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If You Get Your Finder Cut Off At Work To The First Knuckle How Much Should Your Job Pay You Without A Lawyer?

that would be a workmen's comp issue which the employer pays a lot of money to cover accidents, but you'll need a lawyer to probably get a fair settlement

Help! How Much Do Wrongful Death Lawyers Earn A Week? And What Exactly Do They Do?
I'M Trying To Be A Lawyer But I Don'T Know How Much A Wrongful Death Lawyer Earns( At Least A Week )? Or What He Even Does ( Exactly What He Does )

Lawyers make such a varying income that it is impossible to break it down to a weekly salary, wrongful death suits are handled on a contingency basis and the lawyer gets a percentage of the settlement those are so varied in the amounts that it cannot be calculated, lawyers work for an hourly wage but they only get paid when they are working on a certain case so once again impossible to predict, Yearly they will make from $150,000.00 to millions so good luck.~

Would A Law Office Hire An 18 Yo As An Intern?
A Gopher As My Mom Called It. I'M Looking For A Summer Job And Am Thinking Of Going For Law In College (I'M In The 11 Th Grade) And Think It Would Be Fun. How Common Is It To Higher An 18 Yo And How Would I Aproach Them About It. Thanks.

I have been in many, many law offices in private practice, government, and nonprofit work and never met anyone working there who was not a college student at the very least. No lawyer I know would trust a high school student with *anything* important, and when you're in a law office *everything* is important, so I'm not sure where "divot" has been working. Also considering the huge number of unemployed legal secretaries/paralegals it's not like lawyers are having trouble finding help.

You may be able to find someplace that will take you for an unpaid internship. It would be best if you started with places where you already have connections - like if you have a friend whose parents are attorneys. Someone is much more likely to take a chance on you if they already know you.

As a side note, if you are in the US law is a graduate degree only - you cannot study it in college. A high school internship/job with a law firm will not help you get into law school.

Question About Being An Attorney For A Corporate Law Firm.?
I Was Recently Accepted Into Law School And I Plan On Attending This Upcoming Fall (Fall 2010). My Question Is About Life As An Attorney At A Major Corporate Firm (Something Like A Fulbright & Jaworksi). What Is It Like Working As A New Associate At Those Types Of Firms? What Does It Take For A Person To Make Partner? I Understand That You Have To Be A Good Attorney And Put In A Lot Of Hours, But Is That It? Thanks For Your Answers.

If you work in BigLaw, the job essentially owns you for your first 3-5 years as an associate.

Generally speaking in order to be considered as partnership material you have to meet billable hour requirements of around 2,300 hours per year minimum. Not every hour spent at the office is billable. The ratio is usually anywhere from 3:2 to 3:1 depending on how efficient you are and how efficient the people with whom you are working are. That translates into roughly 3,100-3,800 hours per year. Obviously the quality of the work must be good as well.

You must develop good client-handling skills, keeping the clients satisfied and informed in your interactions with clients.

You must display entrepeneurial attitude, that is to say you must think like an owner rather than an employee and share the partners perspective and understanding in the business matters of the firm.

Client development is another important factor. Your efforts must have a direct impact in the increase of business that is brought to the firm. In a smaller firm this would often mean introducing new clients to the firm yourself but in a big law firm, where the firm is generally only interested in bringing in new clients that can generate 6 figures worth of income in legal fees, that is often not feasible, so the firm looks to how the quality of your work and client-handling skills builds or strengthens the business relationship between the client in the firm resulting in more work from the client.

How well your personality meshes with others at the firm, especially partners, but also other associates plays a factor in consideration for partnership promotion and of course the firm also has independent criteria to determine how many partners it is able to take on from the senior associate pool such as the overall growth of partnership income each year.

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Yellow pages.
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Attorney Referral Service, etc.

Call a few in your area and arrange a consultation.

Does The Attorney General Handle Just Child Support?
Or Do They Handle Custody And Visitation As Well? I'Ve Asked This Question Before But I Wasn'T Too Clear. I Got A Child Support Review Notice, And Needed To Know If Child Support Was All That Would Be Agreed Upon Or If We Would Agree Upon Visitation And Custody As Well. Some Background Info...My Baby'S Father Was Very Neglectful Of Me Throughout Our Relationship. At The Beginning Of My Pregnancy, I Was Put On Bed Rest And Left Him Because During That Entire Week He Didnt Call, Text, Or Come See Me Once. Due To The Fact That He Is A Drug Addict And Party Boy, I Didn'T Bother Telling Him When Our Daughter Was Born. She'S Two Months Old, He Barely Came Around To See Her Yesterday At My Request. He Was The One That Went To The Attorney General. I Have No Problems With Supervised Visitation, But For Now, I Don'T Want Him Leaving With Her. He Hasn'T Paid Any Support To Me, As There Is Nothing In Place As Of Now. Will We Discuss Only Child Support And Deal With Custody And Visitation Separately? Or Will We Discuss That There As Well? I Want To Be As Prepared As Possible. And Before I Get Any Hell From Not Telling Him, He'S Addicted To Cocaine, Has Thousands Of Dollars In Warrants, Is Emotionally Controlling, And Would Put Her Around Fellow Drug Addicts And Possibly The Drugs Themselves. I'M Breast Feeding Her, And We Are Already Having Issues Without Her Leaving Me For Hours. I Don'T Wish To Deny Him The Chance To Know Her, But For Her Safety And The Health Of Our Nursing Relationship, I Do Not Wish To Let Him Take Her As Of Right Now.

The DA IS NOT going to get involved with your custody issues.
All he is going to do is establish paternity and child support.

You would need to hire an attorney to deal with the custody issue. It is not going to be cheap. Legal aid may be of help if you are very low income.

As I said, family law attorneys are expensive. Stick to the pertinent facts when discussing your concerns with an attorney.

Whatever you do, don't bad mouth your child's father in court. The court didn't pick him, you did, and as far as they are concerned, he couldn't have been THAT bad when you decided to let him father your child. Bad mouthing him will only reflect NEGATIVELY on you.

Relax, right now there is no court order ordering visitation. You are are totally in charge. Once visitation has been established, judges rarely order overnight visitation for children younger than three. If your ex is as bad as you say he is, there might be a chance for supervised visitation to start with.

Good luck