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Where Can I Review A Lawyer?
I Would Like To Place A Review Of A Lawyer On A Website. What Is A Good Website For Reviewing Lawyers?

Google "lawyers review dallas (or wherever you are located)" and you will get more answers than can be listed here.

How To Find A Good Lawyer ?
My Wife Works In A Day Care, And She'S Been Accused Of Child Abuse... We Want To Fight Back, We Live In Ct. Where Can We Find A Good Lawyer To Help Us.

Martindale-Hubbel is a directory of preminent lawyers

http://www.martindale.com/

Legal Opinions Social Security/Disability Law?
My Childs Father Became Disabled This Year And Now Receiving Ss And Also Disability. Was Working Everyday Up Until Having Brain Anyuresm. Filed An Application With Ss On Behalf Of Minor Child And Months Down The Road Was Told That Father Is Recieivng Maxium Benefit Amount Allowed. My Question To Ss Was &Quot;How Is My Child To Be Taken Care Of? Basically Got A Puzzled Look From Ss Worker. What Can I Possibly Do For My Child? I Was Thinking Would It Be A Waste Of Time To Hire An Attorney, Because Nothing Can Be Done Or Should I Go Back And File Another Application Or Should I Go To Child Support Recovery Of Family And Children Services , But I'M Thinking What Could They Possibly Do Since Child Father Is In A Nursing Home And Unable To Work At All. Please Help I Need Answers On What Would Probably Be The Right Direction To Go. If I Could Receive Answers From People Who Have Knowledge Of This Or Someone In Law Would Probably Be Helpful. (State -Georgia)

I'm not a lawyer, but I'm going through a similar situation myself. I have 2 children by my ex husband. He gets a specific amount, then there are benefits for the children. If there is more than one child, the money is split up evenly between the children. Everyone on SSD gets benefits for their dependents. I believe it would be worth your time and money to hire an attorney. I'm not sure about Georgia, but my state has a program where low income families can get free or low cost legal representation.

International Law....?
What Should Be Changed With The International Law? Please Help Its A Question On My Exam Most Likely And I Don'T Know How To Answer It.

To apply one national legal system as against another may never be an entirely satisfactory approach. The parties' interests may always be better protected by applying a law conceived with international realities in mind. The Hague Conference on Private International Law is a treaty organisation that oversees conventions designed to develop a uniform system. The deliberations of the conference have recently been the subject of controversy over the extent of cross-border jurisdiction on electronic commerce and defamation issues. There is a general recognition that there is a need for an international law of contracts: for example, many nations have ratified the Vienna Convention on the International Sale of Goods, the Rome Convention on the Law Applicable to Contractual Obligations offers less specialised uniformity, and there is support for the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts, a private restatement, all of which represent continuing efforts to produce international standards as the internet and other technologies encourage ever more interstate commerce. But other branches of the law are less well served and the dominant trend remains the role of the forum law rather than a supranational system for Conflict purposes. Even the EU, which has institutions capable of creating uniform rules with direct effect, has failed to produce a universal system for the common market. Nevertheless, the Treaty of Amsterdam does confer authority on the Community's institutions to legislate by Council Regulation in this area with supranational effect. Article 177 would give the Court of Justice jurisdiction to interpret and apply their principles so, if the political will arises, uniformity may gradually emerge in letter. Whether the domestic courts of the Member States would be consistent in applying those letters is speculative.

Mutual Child Custody Agreements?
Alright Me And My Ex Are Trying To Write Up A Mutual Child Custody Agreement But I Am The One Writing It And I Want To Make Sure I Get All The Information In It That I Need And Make It As Detailed As Possible But Have No Idea Of What All I Should Put In It I Have A Whole Bunch In It Already But Feel Like I Am Still Missing Things, The Main Things I Have In It Is Who She Lives With And Who Has Access And Details About The Access. But That's Pretty Much All I Have In There. I'm Hopping Someone Here Can Give Me Some Tips On What Else I Need Or What Details To Make Sure I Add?

There are factors to be consider

Custody
Soul custody
Joint legal custody
Joint physical custody
Bird Nesting

Visitation
How close do you live to him?
How old is the child?

Medical
Who covers medical insurance?
Who decides on treatment

Child Support
How much and how long?
Is support paid through college?
What is the minimum credit hours the child must take?
Who gets the tax deduction?

Death
If the residential parent dies, who gets the child? Never assume anything.

If you email me I can help you both, but you don't need to be doing this yourself. You should be using a mediator, than file the results with the court. Cost $500 to $1000.

May I ask why the divorce or separation? It's very important that the child have both parents in the home. Is there nothing that can be done toward this end?

Here's a few books that might help.

Stupid Things Parents Do to Mess Up Their Kids
http://search.barnesandnoble.com/booksea...

Ten Stupid Things Couples do to Mess up Their Relationships
http://search.barnesandnoble.com/booksea...

The Proper Care and Feeding of Marriage
http://search.barnesandnoble.com/booksea...


Elder Law Attorneys?
I Recently Graduated Law School And Will Be Taking The Florida Bar In July. I Have Decided To Practice Elder Law And I Am Seeking Any Advice And/Or Guidance Such As: Best Way To Break Into The Field? Possible Firms? What Areas In Florida Have A Higher Demand For Elder Law Attorneys? Etc.... Any Helpful Information Welcome. Thanks!

I'm not personally in the legal field but have seen some non-profit organizations that may help with advocating for those that are older. Perhaps that can provide a great deal of experience in order to continue in that area of law.

For possible volunteer opportunites: http://www.volunteermatch.org and can type zip code and area(s) of interest.