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93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will recognize that there are loads of lawyers in your town that advertise which they concentrate on your sort of case. This could make the procedure of finding one with a great deal of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, when you follow the tips below it will be possible to restrict your research to the correct one in very little time. Step one is to make a set of the lawyers which are listed in your neighborhood that specialize in your situation. While you are which makes this list you ought to only include those you have an excellent vibe about based on their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down through taking a while evaluating their site. There you should certainly find how many years they are practicing and a few general details about their success rates. At this point your list ought to have shrunken further to individuals which you felt had professional websites and an appropriate level of experience. You need to then take the time to lookup independent reviews of every attorney. Be sure you read the reviews rather than counting on their overall rating. The data in the reviews gives you a solid idea of how they connect to their customers and how much time they invest into each case they are working on. Finally, you will need to meet up with a minimum of the final three lawyers which may have the credentials you would like. This gives you time to truly evaluate how interested they are in representing you and the case. It is actually crucial for you to follow all of these steps to ensure that you find someone that has the proper measure of experience to help you get the best possible outcome.

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Legal Immigration Advice?
Im In Need Of Some Legal Advice Concerning A Green Card Holder Marrying An Alien. Not, Not The Type From Mars. Anyway, I've Gotten To A Point I'm Really Getting Fed Up With All The Procedures And Paperwork And Forms To Fill Out, Tht Im Considering Just Leaving This Country. Here Goes, Iv Bn Here For 5 Yrs On A Green Card. I've Also Left My Fiancee Back Home While She Was Studyin Medicine. Shes's Done Now, And Has Graduated. I'v Also Finished My 5 Yrs Here Makin Me Elligible For Us Citizenship. I Sent The Paperwork This Weekend. Now Im Lookin To Bring My Fiancee Over Here. Rmbr, Its Bn 5 Long Yrs, N Im Lookin To Get Her Here Real Fast(Legally Of Course). Now I Knw The Spouse Visa Is A Possibility, But Im Not Citizen Yet. God Knws Il B Citizen After A Yr Or So. The Fiancee Visa Is A Possibility, Once Again, Im Stil A Green Card Holder. Is There Anything Else I Can Try? I Dont Care If The Paperwork Takes Forever, Just As Long As Shes Here With Me Soon. Any Help Is Appreciated. N Please, If U Have Nothin To Say, Please Dont. I Cant Be Stretched Any More. Thank You. Perhaps I Shud Look Into Goin To Uk Or Something. Iv Always Liked Europe.

Only US citizens can file I-129F for an alien fiancee, so that option is out of the window at the moment.

You could file for a spousal visa as a green card holder, and once your citizenship is approved, you can have the I-130 application upgraded to get an immediate visa number. Still, you'd be looking at 8-10 months on top of the time it takes for your N-400 to be approved.

Because you're not a citizen, any route she pursues to enter the US based on you is going to be slow. It would be faster for her to look at her own ways of entering the country if you wanted to get it done fast, such as through a student visa. A work visa is always a hard thing to go after, they are all gone on the same day they are made available. Unless she already has a job offer it's going to be tough.

If you're originally from the UK, it is easier going back to the UK and getting married and being together. However, the time away from the US is always going to hold you back from citizenship and you're still eventually going to face the same time frame problems of not being a citizen when it comes to petitioning for an alien relative.

It's a toss up between waiting for your N-400 to be approved and then filing I-129F for a fiancee visa, or get started on an I-130 now and upgrade it when your N-400 is approved. It's going to be pretty much the same time frame either way.

Can You Help With Business Law?
True Or False... 1. Nella Offers To Sell Her Crop Of Strawberries, Which Have Just Been Picked, To Morgan’S Market. Since She Does Not Specify A Time Limit For Acceptance, Morgan’S Can Accept The Offer The Following Week, As Long As Nella Has Not Revoked It 2. Under The Ucc, The Mirror Image Rule Applies Strictly 3. A Letter Of Intent Summarizes Progress Made During Business Negotiations, But It Does Not Necessarily Create A Binding Contract.

1) -- True.

2) -- The 2-207 Statute is a bit confusing.

However, the Uniform Commercial Code generally governs the law of transaction. --

This is how the Mirror image law works:

The mirror image rule and its application to contract law states that an OFFER and ACCEPTANCE must mirror each other or no contract is formed.

So, in order for a contract to be formed, an ACCEPTANCE of an offer must be absolute, unconditional, and identical with the terms of the offer.

So if a person makes an OFFER and the person to whom the OFFER is made accepts CONDITIONALLY or introduces a new term to the acceptance this allows for rejection of the offer and serves as a counter offer which then said COUNTER OFFER must be ACCEPTED before a contract can result.

So in regards to the offer in the first question about the strawberries this is a mirror image as no conditions were introduced.

3. True.

A letter of intent is an interim agreement that summarizes the main points of a proposed deal, or confirms that a certain course of action is going to be taken. Thus, Normally, it does NOT constitute a **definitive contract** but merely signifies a genuine interest in reaching the final agreement subject to due diligence, additional information, or fulfillment of certain conditions.


Hope that helps,

Would You Help Your New Spouse Pay Alimony To Their Ex Wife/Husband Or The Money Owed To The Divorce Attorney?
My Husband And I Have Been Married For 6 Months, Living Together For 4. While Dating, We Always Keep Or Finances Separate. He Was Already Divorced Before We Meet And Paying Alimony. I Didn'T Ask About The Details Because It Didn'T Concern Me And His Last Payment Was Supposed To Be 3 Months Ago. I Didn'T Know It At The Time But A Month After We Were Married They Entered Into The Final Property Settlement Agreement. Which Let Her In Great Shape Financially, She Never Worked During The 8 Years They Were Married Because She'S Permanently Disabled (A Fake Back Injury Which Never Stopped Her From Spending Hours At The Mall, Salon, Etc). She Kept All Of The Physical Property, Was Held Free From All Debt That She Created $$$$ And Last Year Was Paid $60,000 In Alimony. Now He Owes Her An Additional 8K Plus Attorney'S Fees So About 16K Total. Here'S The Problem. He Had To Take A Massive Pay Cut When We Relocated 4 Months Ago (His Decision Not Mine) And Now He Doesn'T Have The Money To Pay Her. Which He Knew He Would Not Have At The Time He Agreed To The Final Settlement. He Assumed That I Would Pay It. I Didn'T Find This Out Until 2 Months Ago. I Have The Money But I Really Don'T Have It, If You Know What I Mean. It Would Mean Sacrificing Some Times That We Need. I Don'T Feel As If I Should Have To. I Have An 8 Yr Old. I Brought The House We Live In By Myself And I'Ve Already Spent 6K Towards His Personal Finances. His Ex Is Holding Him In Contempt Of Court. The Hearing Is Next Month And His Poor Excuse For An Attorney Is Threating To Drop His Case Because He Hasn'T Been Paid. He Thinks I'M Being Unsupportive For Not Just Giving Him My Money Thus I'M Hanging Him Out To Dry. We Argue About This All Of Time.

thats what happens when you don't discuss your finances before marriage. he seems to be hiding all kinds of financial problems from you, i wonder what will come up next. i say that if it was your agreemnet to keep you finances seperate, then they should continue to be seperate. but in the long run, its gonna affect you because he will have less money to contribute to your joint expenses. you bought him a house as well? he seems to be living good off you. maybe he is trying to milk you for everything you got.

How Will My Attorney Bill Me For His Services?
He'S Preparing A Trust For Deed (Title Search Etc), And I'Ve Been Told By His Friend It Will Cost Appx $500. Should I Take In Payment When I Sign Papers, Or Will He Bill Me? *I'M Hoping He'Ll Bill Me Because I Don'T Have Another Paycheck For A Few Weeks.

Usually the first thing an attorney usually does is tell you how much he estimates the work to cost and then how he expects to get paid.
What might happen is that you do not get the product of his work until you have the money. However, a call to his office will clarify this.

Can Someone Help Me Locate An Attorney Or Legal Firm In Philly?
That Specializes In Disability Discrimination. I Feel I Have A Strong Case And Want To Explore Filing A Lawsuit. I Am On Permanent Disability. I Need A Referral Of Some Good, Experienced People.Thank You!

Here you go:

http://www.thepearcelawfirm.com/lawyer-attorney-1163299.html

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How Does Getting A Disability Lawyer Work?
A Friend Told Me That If I Get A Disability Lawyer To Work On My Case And If They Don'T Win Then I Don'T Have To Pay Them But If They Win My Disability Case They Get Money Out Of What I Win.....Any Info. Would Help Me, Thanks.....

It depends on what stage you hire them at. If you hire them after you are denied at the appeals level, yes they work on contingency. If they win the appeal, you get backpay going back to when you first applied. SSA limits them to 25% of the backpay and $6000. Which they pay the Attorney out of your settlement.

If you hire them to file the initial application and they win, win, they can charge up to $6000 (most charge around $2500) if they win the initial claim. If you lose and appeal, then it reverts back to the 25%, $6000 limit However, they can also charge fees for processing, travel, and other expenses in addition to normal charges, and you are liable win or lose. You you must read the contract thoroughly and look for those fees.