Finders Fee Agreement is a contract between a Real Estate Broker and an individual whereby the Real Estate Company agrees to pay a certain amount of fee for a successful referral from a person leading to the sale of property. Assignment fee contract, on the other hand, is a contract, where the wholesalers like to assign their rights to a property in order to get a small profit. Thus, the beneficial interest in the property will be transferred to the new buyers from the present buyers.
The situation that you have described here may require you to use a finder's fee agreement. Nevertheless, it will be better if you could speak to a real estate attorney in this regard.
BE very careful HIRING a DUI lawyer; SOME will be quick to Take your MONEY and DO NOTHING for you!
I'm sick and tired of PEOPLE casting Stones at someone for making a MISTAKE. YOU had a lapse in judgment.
If you want save some MONEY; Go to court and plead No Contest or NOT guilty and Ask for a Public Defender in Court. They aren't the BEST but they are there for you. You have the right to defend yourself it's the Law.
If I were you I'd type in DUI lawyers in your town and make sure they are licensed. Call around and ask lots of questions. Just remember you also need to call DMV within the first 30 days and state your case with them because you will loose your license for at least 9 months in Ca. Each state is different. Good luck!
The best advice is learn from your Mistake; Driving Under the Influence is against the Law. This mistake will COST you about $5,000 or more after it's all said and done. You will also need to take a Drug and Alcohol class for 6-9 months which is another $1,000! This is for 1st offenders in Ca.