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Honor Your Parents Lesson Plans?
For Nursery School Children, What Kind Of Art Work Can We Do For The Mitzvah Of Honoring One'S Parents?
I have plenty of articles I could give you, but unfortunately that's not possible. I would approach it from 2 ways. 1st and foremost as a biblical commandment from God. Remember it's "the first command with a promise that it may go well with you". Then you should approach it showing the benifits of listening to your parents. Obviously these will need to be basic principles of safety, and guidance for a sucessful future. Mom and dad have been there done that, and that's why God tells us to listen to them. Something like that.
Yes, they are plenty old enough to understand these things. As a child care professional for over 11 years I've had experience with this age, and in the religious setting. At the age of 3 I prayed and put my trust in God when I was in the hospital. (It took my sister longer to have that kind of trust in God, so every kid's different.) In other words, kids are capeable of having a relationship with God, and now's the best time to start to foster this relationship.
I'M Trying To Find Free Legal Assistance For Civil Suit. Tried Pro Bono And Legal Aide Will Not Call Me Back.
This Is For A Suit Filed Against Me For Failure To Pay A Creditor, However I Was With Debt Consolidation Company For 4 Years And Thought The Debt Was Paid. Now Finding Out That I Am Being Sued By One Of The Debtors That Was With The Program. I Cannot Find An Attorney To Represent Me For A Low Cost Or No Cost. Any Help Would Be Appreciated. Signed Just Sick Over This!
The best legal aid would do is provide you with free legal advice. They will not represent you in court. No lawyer will represent you in court for free. You are not entitled to be provided with a lawyer for a civil case.
Also, it sounds like you have no defense in the civil case against you. You thought it was paid, but it was apparently not paid. If this creditor never actually got payment in full from you, then the court will rule in their favor. Check the statute of limitations in your state, first, however, to make sure that these people are acting within the time limits. If the statute of limitations has expired, you can request that the case be dismissed on the basis of being a time-barred debt.
You might have a claim against the debt consolidation company if they misrepresented how your money was being used or they failed to perform the services for which they were contracted. Once again, you might need to act fast before the statute of limitations expires.
Need Help Finding A Lawyer?
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A Man Needs Help Finding A Lawyer. He Wants To Sign Away His Rights As A Father And His Ex Told Him That He Needed To Go To A Notary And Write/ Sign A Paper Stating That He Is Giving Up His Rights As A Father To His 1 Year Old Daughter. He Needs To Do This Because He And The Ex Live In Different States And He Agrees To This. He Then Has To Send It To Her. Thing Is, He Went To The Notary And The Notary Said That She Can'T Do This Sorta Thing And He Needs A Lawyer.
I Wanted To Know, Is There A Place Where This Man Can Go And Get A Free Lawyer, Just So That He Has Get This Done With? Perhaps A Lawyer That Works For The City?
This man's ex who has custody of his child should bring a Petition to Terminate his Parental Rights in the sate where she lives. The Court in her jurisdiction has forms and procedures that will allow the father to relinquish his rights. Once he gets those forms he can sign them in the presence of a notary in his state and return them to the Court in the ex's state. He does not need the lawyer, the mother of his child is the one who needs a lawyer. Her lawyer should handle these matters.
How Do You Know If You Have A Really Good Criminal Defence Lawyer.?
And Can You Really Trust All Lawyers?
You can find out about your criminal defence lawyer by look at his court case track record, and successes in getting his/her client cleared of the charges or reducing the severity of the judgement/sentencing against them.
You can also visit online websites that rate lawyers
As for trust. That is up to each individual client and how trusting they are and what information they wish to hold and what to tell their lawyer.
Since you used the qualifier 'can you really trust "ALL" lawyers', the answer to that is "no", just like you can't trust "ALL" that you read and see on the Internet, especially Yahoo!Answer.
My Dad Worked For This Guy And Now He Doesnt Want To Pay Him And Now He'S Looking For A Lawyer That Can Help Him To Get The Guy To Pay Him So Which Lawyer Here In Texas Could Help Him??
THE best way to find a lawyer is by word of mouth. Ask your: family, friends, coworkers, anyone you might know in the same situation, etc.
Call your local (usually county) bar association. Ask for names of attorneys that handle your type of matter. (If money is a BIG problem, you could also ask for the phone number of your local LegalAid office. - the attorneys at LegalAid are "real" attorneys, but sometimes in the field of Law, how much you are willing to pay does affect the quality you get.)
When you call the law office(s), insist on speaking with the Lawyer. Do not tell all the little details of your matter to the Secretary - save the details for the Attorney.
When you get the Lawyer on the phone line, ask him/her:
-Do they give FREE, initial consultations? (most do, but not all - you have to ask, don't assume)
- How much do they charge?
- Could you make payments on your account?
-Can they help you? OR Refer you to someone who can help you?
(This is based on my knowledge, information, and belief. This was intended as personal opinion, and not intended to be used as legal advice. Seeking advice over the Internet is not a good idea - the field of Law is too complex for that. Please be careful and do your research.)
If A Juvenile Was Detained In A Juvenile Dentention Center Until The Hearing, And If The Parents Get A Lawyer To Defend Their Child During The Trial, Can The Juvenile Discuss Anything With The Lawyer While Being Detained? Or Is That Left To The Parents? Thanks
A lawyer hired to represent a juvenile has only one client... the juvenile. The lawyer typically won't even meet with the parents of the minor, who are paying the bills... but are obligated to represent only the minor.
Whether or not the child has been detained doesn't really have any bearing on whether or not the child should speak with their attorney... if they have an attorney, they should be forthright with the attorney... even before the detention hearing.