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Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will see that there are countless lawyers in your town that advertise that they focus on your type of case. This may make the whole process of finding one with significant amounts of experience a bit of a challenge. However, if you follow the tips below it will be possible to define your quest to the correct one in very little time. The first step is to make a list of the lawyers which are listed in the area specializing in your position. While you are making this list you ought to only include those that you have a good vibe about according to their advertisement. You can then narrow this list down if you take a bit of time evaluating their internet site. There you should certainly find the amount of years they are practicing plus some general specifics of their success rates. At this time your list must have shrunken further to people which you felt had professional websites plus an appropriate amount of experience. You ought to then take the time to lookup independent reviews of every attorney. Be sure you read the reviews instead of just relying upon their overall rating. The information inside the reviews will give you a sense of how they interact with their customers and how much time they invest into each case that they are working on. Finally, you should meet up with at the very least the final three lawyers who have the credentials you are looking for. This gives you some time to truly evaluate how interested they are in representing you and the case. It is actually imperative that you follow most of these steps to actually find someone that has the best measure of experience to obtain the best possible outcome.

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My Wife Filed For Bankruptcy.Why Does Her Lawyer Need My Financial Information And Will I Be Effected By It?
She Was Going Through The Process When We Got Married

The lawyer wants your financial information because once you got married, your assets (and debts) got legally combined to some degree. Her creditors may now seek repayment from your assets as well, since the bankruptcy is occurring while you are married. It would have been better to time the marriage to AFTER the bankruptcy was final -- then your marital assets would not have been affected.

You can obviously fight this in court, and may succeed, because the debts were incurred by her, prior to the marriage. But if they go after your assets and you have to deal with it in court, it counts as affecting you, doesn't it? Creditors will go after everything they can, in the hopes of maximizing repayment, and the courts will rule on actual assignment of debt.

Her bankruptcy will affect her individual credit rating. You may be able to take steps to ensure that it doesn't affect yours as well.

CAVEAT: I am not a lawyer, and this is definitely an area where you need competent legal advice. You may want to discuss the situation with a lawyer (she's already got one, so I'd start there) to see ways to minimize the impact on your overall assets.

EDIT: Sorry, I was answering the questions 1) Why is my information needed, and 2) will I be affected? It's reasonable to assume the asker also needs to know what to do about because he is affected. I agree the online websites may be useful to stay informed, but the best approach is to talk to a lawyer and get competent legal advice about your specific situation. Usually people go to the web to avoid paying for a lawyer, but in this case, the lawyer is already engaged. My advice remains -- talk to the lawyer to find ways to minimize the impact of the bankruptcy filing. It's better than trusting non-specific bankruptcy advice on a website (no matter how well written.)

So Is This Obama Mortgage Plan Really A Scam For Real Estate Lawyers To Take Your Money Up Front?
And Really Do Nothing....

You mean like Feinsteins husband? Oh wait, he is an investment banker. Hmmm, good question.

I Need Help With Legal Advice?
I Recently Am Trying To Sell A Boat I Had Told The Buyer He Could Have It For 1800 And He Agreed But Then Contacted My Dad And He Said I Needed 1900. I Had Then Told The Guy 1900. He Now Wants To Take Legal Action Against Me I Am Only 15 And Am Unshore Of What To Do.

You are a minor, and have no legal right to enter a "contract", and you really have no legal ownership of the boat. Your father does. The guy was an idiot, if he thought he could deal with you legally, then take any legal action.
Let your father handle it.

ha!!! let the legal team buddy call. Hand the phone to your father.
He has NOT PAID you ANY money, and has no right to demand you sell him a rubber ducky.

I Need Names Of A Good Labor Attorney.?
I Am Having Problems Getting My Former Employer To Respond To Any Questions About My Pension Benefits. I Want To Hire An Attorney To Help Me. Labor Board Offers No Immediate Help. And Problem Goes On And On.

Call your local/State Bar association. They will be able to give you names of lawyers who specialize in the area (labor) that you need. You can look the number up on the web. Being that I do not know what state you live in I cannot tell you what website to go to. Hope this helps.

Legal Lawyers Only Please!!!?
Basically They Fired Me. I Am 4 Going On 5 Months Pregnant And I Came In On The 16Th Of January To Work With A Doctors Note Stating That I Could Not Lift No More Than 10-15 Lbs. Three Hours Later I Was Called To The Hr Office With My Boss As Well And They Both Told Me &Quot;I'M Sorry, But I Cannot Accomadate For Your Restrictions. When You Can Bring A Doctors Release Stating That You Can Lift 75 Lbs. Than You Can Come Back To Work.&Quot; I Told Them That I Have A Car Payment To Make And They Presided To Tell Me To Call My Car Place And Explain To Them The Situation And That To Ask Them If I Can Only Pay My Interest Until I Can Come Back. I Told The Hr Woman That I Highly Doubt That My Doctor Will Lift My Restrictions On Me Lifting Things. So My Boss Told Me To Go Home. I Went Back To My Jobsite Out In The Warehouse To Get My Belongings And Went Back To The Front And Asked My Hr Lady If I Was Fired And She Said &Quot;Oh No We'Ll Work With You&Quot;

Go to the EEOC they handle discrimation / harrassment and will even represent you sometimes. The link goes to the rights of pregnant eployees


I am not a lawyer. Only licensed lawyers can give legal advise.

What'S The Best Way To Negotiate A Severance Package? Should I Hire A Labor Lawyer?
Should The Labor Lawyer Be At A Meeting With Me To Handle The Negotiations? Or Do I Just Get The Advice From Them And Negotiate Myself. I Am On Fmla And My Company On Week 4 Out Of 16 Weeks And They Called To Tell Me That My Position Has Been Terminated. The Labor Department In My State Told Me That The Company Is In Violation Because They Should Have Waited Until The End Of My Fmla Leave. I Want To Use That As Leverage To Increase My Severance Package But Wanted To Hear From Labor Lawyers If I Should Do It Myself Or Go In With A Lawyer.

I would go talk to a labor lawyer but I would not tell your former employer. In my state a company is in no way required to pay severance. If they do it is usually 2 weeks pay for each year of service.

They were not continuing to pay you when you were on leave were they?

Anyway go talk to a lawyer. If he can make some money out of this he will take your case.