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93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
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How Do I Become A Medical Malpractice Lawyer?

To become a lawyer in the US, you 1st must get a graduates degree in a college/university. Then take the LSAT to be admitted to law school, which requires 3 years of study in ALL aspects of ALL law. After completion of law school, you take the bar exam and after you pass the bar exam, you get a license to practice law, in the state where you passed the law exam.

To become a malpractice lawyer is no different than being a personal injury lawyer, a criminal lawyer, but to find a firm that wants to hire you.

Who Is The Best Children Custody Attorney In Nyc?

Contact the NYC Fathers for Equal Rights. This will help, also.

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I’ve been a Father’s Rights Advocate for 20 years.

Many think the courts are rigged against dads, but in reality, it is more about attorneys unwilling or lacking the knowledge to truly fight for the father's rights. This is why it is important to learn how to interview and hire the right attorney. It is also important to do as much as possible on your own and not pay the attorney to do it.

Part of the problem with getting your rights knowing what to do to prove your case, and how to remind the judge of their responsibilities. Let me start with the judge.

Always take people with you to court who are not there to testify. Make sure they are sitting where the judge can see them, each equipped with a tablet and pen to take notes. It’s best to use a Court Watch Form designed for this purpose. I have one in the manual at Dads House.

If the judge is not doing his job, using the info from this form, you can, appeal, and/or get the judge sanctioned and removed from the case. You file a complaint with the State Supreme Court at your state capital.

Start keeping a daily journal of all your activities. The most common way to prevent a father from getting his rights through the courts is a false allegation, usually sexual. Over 60% of divorcing father are accused of child sexual abuse, of which only 4% are found to have any relevance, but there are no penalties for doing so. A daily journal is your number one piece of evidence in court and you can even refer to it while on the stand.

Gather evidence. Check the site below to see if it is illegal to record conversations without the other person knowing. If your state does not have a law either way, than it defaults to the federal ruling which says one person in a conversation must know they are being recorded. You’re that one person. In Missouri it is specifically legal, in Kansas there is no mention either way. If you live in two different states, and one has a law against it, than it applies when the call originates from within that state,
http://www.rcfp.org/taping/

Now, you can't just record, you also have to transcribe it into the daily journal.

If you want to learn how to do all this go to Dads House in Yahoo Groups. Upon joining, you will receive a link for downloading a free 200 page educational manual that can teach you what you need to know. Take the time to learn what you can and should do.

http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/Dad...
http://tinyurl.com/GiveKidsAChoice
http://www.fathersandfamilies.org/
http://www.parentalalienation.org/

http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=27395259

Disabled, Divorcing, Can I Ask For Alimony?
My Husband And I Have Been Together For 14 Years. 13 Of Which Married. His Children, From Two Previous Marriages, Have Made Life Hard For Me. But Long Story Short, He Claims That His Poor Relationship With His Children Is My Fault. Regardless Of Facts And All I Have Been Through I Want To Know If I Can Get Alimony. I Have Been Fully Disabled Since 2004. Although I Am Grateful For My Disability Money It Just Won'T Be Enough To Live On. I Get $800 A Month. He Only Pays $78 Per Week Child Support, Which Is Based On What He Used To Make A Few Years Back. Now He Makes Roughly $11 An Hour And Works 12 Hours A Day 5 Days A Week. It Has Been Like That For The Last Two Years. He Also Ran Up The Bill On One Of My Credit Cards, Not All By Himself, But I Can Prove That What Was Spent For Him. I Only Owe $1000, But Am Not Sure I Can Pay It Off Without Him. Is It Reasonable For Me To Ask For Alimony? Rent $600 Vehicle Insurance (Old Beat Up Van, He Has New Car) $75 Medications $50-75 (Often More) Dr. Co Pay $40 A Month More Of Less Depending. I Would Have No Money To Live On. Is It Reasonable, Or Could I Even Expect, To Get Alimony? I Can'T Even Afford An Attorney, So I Don'T Even Know How That Will Go Down?

Alimony is get back on your feet money to keep you in the same standard of living & it's completely reasonable whether you get disability or not, that doesn't cancel out his obligations.
Child support payments need to be adjusted as well, according to his new pay scale & not the old one.

Need A Lawyers Advice Please... Family Law Questions..?
Ok Im Going To Try To Make This A Short One. Im Wanting To Leave My Husband, He Is Very Verbally Abusive And Has A Revengeful Temper. We Have A 14 Mth Baby Together. I Also Have 2 Other Children, But They Live With Their Father. I Have Been A Stay At Home Home For A Long Time Now, But Iam Out Looking For A Job Now. Back To My Husband..... He Has A Bad Drinking Problem And Drug Problem As Well. He Does Carry A Full Time Job, But When He Gets Off He Comes Home And Hangs Out In His Shop With His Buddies Still 1-2Am And We Don'T See Him Until The Next Day. Im Tired Of The Drugs And The Drinking And Feel I Need A Better Life For Me And My Son. My Husband Has Cheated On Me, Lied To Me Sooo Many Times, And Betrayed Me. He Has Done The Most Lowest Things To Me That I Will Never Understand Why He Did Them. Im A Great Mother And A Great Wife, And I Feel I Don'T Deserve What He Has And What He Is Doing To Me. He Has Had 1 Dui, Been Arrested For Growing Weed In His Home (This Was Before Him & I Got Together) And He Has Also Gotten A Cdv For Hitting His Last Girlfriend. So Yea He Doesn'T Have A Good Past Record. I Could Go On And On About What He Has Done To Me, But I Will Get To The Questions.. 1. I Don'T Have No Money.. So What Would You Suggest I Do First? 2. Do I Have To Leave My Home, Can I Kick Him Out? 3. And How Do I Begin Child Support On Him? He Is Also Paying Child Support For His 5 Yr Old Son Too. 4. What Will I Need To Get Proof Of? He Owns A 2 Story House That He Rents Out Mthly, And He Also Has 3 Boats And A 1969 Camero And Alot Of Other Stuff. Im Not Looking To Take Him To The Gutters, But What I Have Been Through With Him... By God I Deserve Something Out Of It... 5. Can I Get A Restraining Order On Him When I Still Live With Him, But I Sleep In A Separate Bedroom? 6. And Do You Suggest I Pull A Drug Test On Him? Because He Will Fight Me, And He Will Fight Me Hard... His Dad Has Lots Of Money Because Of The Company He Owns, That My Husband Works For. 7. And What About The Custody Of Our Child? Because I Really Don'T Want Him Having Our Son, Because Of His Drinking And Drug Use! Please Will You Answer My Questions And Be Honest At What Im Against. Im Clueless! Thank You So Much For Taking The Time To Read This... God Bless

Get an attorney. For your own protection, get an attorney.

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.

OR

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.)

When you call the law office(s), insist on speaking with the Lawyer. Just tell the Secretary the main idea of your matter - 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 for the FIRST meeting? (most do, but not all - you have to ask, don't assume)
- How much do they charge (per hour)?
- Could you make payments on your account?
- Can they help you? OR Refer you to someone who can help you?

Good luck.



(This is based on my knowledge, information, belief, and life experiences. 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.)

Advice For Me?
Where Can I Seek Legal Advice About Custody?

Need to call a lawyer in your area. Only they can answer that for you, the law varies state ot state

A Question For Lawyers??
When I Catch A Drunk Driver, Time And Time Again The Offender Tells Me That Their Lawyer Advised Them Not To Do Any Field Sobriety Test, Do Not Give A Sample Of Their Breath Or Blood, And Invoke Your Rights And Remain Silent. Now I Know That The Lawyers Are Suppose To Be On The Clients Side And Not The Officers Side When It Comes Down To Trial, But Would It Not Be Better For Everyone, Client, Officer, Public, If The Lawyer Told The Client &Quot;Don'T Drink & Drive?&Quot;

That is a darned good question. I am not an attorney, but I do know that my lieutenant at one point asked me if we should arrest an attorney who advised their client to take no tests for "obstruct official duty."
I knew we'd never get away with it because after all, the black robed guy on the bench is probably a fraternity brother for the lawyer, but it was a tempting idea.
So, no they won't say "don't drink and drive" because it's BAD FOR BUSINESS!