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How Bad Is An Ungraded Felony ?
Felonies are defined as crimes that are considered serious enough to have a sentence of over one year minimum (typically 3-5 year minimums) and also have heavier fines, typically 5,000-10,000 dollar minimums. By definition felonies are considered serious crimes and being convicted of a felony has consequences that affect you for the rest of your life, unlike a misdmeanor.
Does Anyone Know Of A Divorce Lawyer That'S Cheap. Like Under $700 And Possibly One That Can Be Paid In Payments? I Need This In Milledgeville, Ga. Thanks.
My first call would be to:
Baldwin County Bar Association
110 S Jefferson Street, Milledgeville, GA 31061
Ask them to refer you to the local Legal Aid Society. If you meet specific qualifications they can sometimes do your divorce for free. If not, ask them to refer you to a lawyer who meets your qualifications. Most lawyers take payment plans.
Best of luck!
How Do I Calculate Alimony Arrereages?
My Ex Husband Is Over $1,000 In Alimony Arreareges. Is There Intrest Owed On This And If So How Do I Caculate This.
Lawyers and family court have a matrix for alimony and if there are arrears - family court should go after your husband. To calculate this - this is dependent on his income and number of children he has to support. But first things first - you should tell a lawyer he isn't paying you properly for alimony.
How Are Shared Assets And Debts Split Up In Divorce Proceedings?
If My Parents Would Get Divorced Will They Have To Split All The
Credit Card Debt 50-50 Even If The Majority Of The Cards Are Only Under One Of Their Names?
It goes differently for every instance, so there is no one easy answer for this. I believe the rule of thumb is to split things up by a percentage of income. If your father works and your mom doesn't, they assets will swing more her way and the debts will swing his way. How things are distributed will also be determined by how long they were married. The longer they were married, the more the courts will decide that the woman is dependent on the husband for their standard of living, which means they will award her more in the for of assets, as well as alimony. Which ever one has the best attorney will get the nod their way also. It will also depend on the reason for the divorce, as well as who is the petitioner (the one that filed). The petitioner always has the upper hand because they are on the offensive. Their demands get submitted first and the respondent is them in the position of trying to get that changed.
Sorry there isn't a straight forward answer for this. 50/50 seems logical at first, but there are factors the courts will look at that will determine how these are distributed.
Do I Have A Legal Case For Medical Malpractice?
My Father Recently Had A Stent Put Into His Artery Leading To The Heart. The Doctor Performing This Procedure Confessed To My Mother During A Post Procedure Meeting That He May Have Done More Harm Than Good. He Put The Stent In And Then Used A Filter But, The Filter Caused The Stent To Collapse. Basically, Rendering The Stent Useless And There Is No Other Way To Remove The Stent Of Have It Replaced Because Of A Prior Operation To His Heart.
Do I Have A Legal Case For Medical Malpractice?
No. Under absolutely no circumstances would YOU ever have a legal case for malpractice over a medical procedure performed on your father.
But if you are asking if your FATHER has a potential claim for medical malpractice the answer is probably not - but nobody can say for certain based on the teeny tiny amount of information you have provided.
Not getting the best outcome and/or not getting a good outcome does not mean a doctor has committed medical malpractice. Medical procedures are NEVER guaranteed. And I can guarantee that your father signed a whole bunch of forms before he went in for the surgery that acknowledged the surgery was not guaranteed to be successful and even acknowledged the possibility of death during the procedure or after the procedure.
To rise to the level of malpractice a doctor has to do something that no other doctor would have done. So if ANY OTHER doctor would have inserted the stent and then used a filter (which seems quite likely), then this doctor did not engage in an act of malpractice. And the fact this doctor freely informed your mother that the procedure failed and did more harm than good leads me to believe that this doctor is not at all concerned about being accused of malpractice. (Doctors who genuinely screw up generally go into CYA mode and don't admit or confess to any wrongdoing.)
I'M Wondering, Are There Any Lawyers Or Law Experts Out There That Can Assist Me With Some Legal Questions?
Last Night I Was Rear Ended In An Intersection, And The Driver Proceeded To Flee The Scene Of The Accident. The Passengers In My Vehicle Managed To Get The License Plate Number, But We'Ve Run Into A Problem. The Registration For The Car, And The Registration Of The License Plate Are Two Different People, Who Are Not Easy To Get In Touch With. All Three Of Us Are Minorly Injured (Whiplash, Neck Pain, Shoulder Pain..) And Are Worried That If He Has No Insurance, We May Be Getting Into A Tricky Situation. Do I Have Ground To Stand On As Far As Suing Goes? Is This Something You'D Reccommend? What If He Doesn'T Have Money?
From a legal point of view yes you do have a case, this can be approached from a number of angles. You can approach it in tort law, criminal law etc... If you would like anymore help I can do my best, you may contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org