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What To Look For In A Lawyer.Criminal Defense?
I Was Wondering What To Look For In A Criminal Defense Lawyer Because I Just Received My First Felony And I Really Dont Want To Serve Time In Jail...This Is Indiana Also
You need to see their track of records and read lots of reviews about certain lawyers before deciding to choose which one that is suitable for you. To help you getting the right info of good law firms in Indiana, I have searched the internet and found a great website that listing top law firms in Indiana. You may use this as starting point. Here is the website >> http://www.toplawfirms.us/?cx=0144835082...
Is There Any Free Lawyers?
Now I Am The Victim. And Im Looking For A Free Lawyer. I Live In California.
What you are asking for is called an attorney who will represent you pro bono, or for free. Although most firms offer this service on rare occasions when the case is very compelling, there are organizations that specialize in free legal services for those who qualify financially and by the merit of the case (see below). However, many lawyers offer free first consultations, and it is often easier to convince one to take on your case on what is called a contingency basis, where the attorney only gets paid if he wins so he will only take the case if he is sure of victory. Contingency lawyers charge about 40% of the court award plus legal fees, but it's worth it in the end if you win -- they always jack up the amount of the awards for which they ask so that you both get a lot. It's something to consider, also, anyway.
Court Appointed Lawyers Vs. Private Lawyers? Who Gets Off Easier?
Do You Think People With Private Lawyers Get Off Easier Than People With Court Appointed Ones? Why Or Why Not?
I have heard of people hiring a court appointed lawyer by paying them and then they do work for you. It just all depends. I had a private lawyer and he lost my case, not only that, it seemed as if he really didn't care. He was doing it for the money I guess. I have known people who had no choice but to have a court appointed lawyer and they got sent to jail. I did know one guy who hired a court appointed lawyer as a private lawyer for himself and he w0n his case. I guess the court wanted his money. It is all about the money. If you have it you will walk out free, no matter what you do.
What Are The Reasons I Can Put A Lien On Someones Property? Lawyer Knowledge Appreciated.?
Long Ago, We Were Renting A House That Shared A Well With The Landlord, Who Lived Next Door. He Promised To Put In His Own Well When We Bought The House. He Tried To Sell His House Without Putting In His Own Well While We Were Under Contract To Buy The House We Rented. Our Attorney Put A Lien On His Property To Prompt Him To Put In His Own Well, Which He Did.
Fast Forward. On Another Piece Of Property, We Were Sued, As A Neighbor Tried To Claim Some Of Our Land. As It Turned Out, We Won The Law Suit Against Us And Discovered A Small Portion Of His Deck Is On Our Land. That Issue Could Not Be Addressed In The Land Dispute. However, Now I Would Like To Have Him Remove That Portion Of His Deck That Encroaches On Our Land.
Can I Put A Lien On His Property To Prompt Him To Remove The Deck Encroachment As I Would Like To Avoid More Lawyer Fees To Sue Him And Go Back To Court.
You can put a lien on his property to recover a debt or obligation that you
can prove is owed to you and not paid.
(That's what your Lawyer did.)
You can sue for the encroachment of his deck on your property directly
on that issue, and the Court can compell him to remove it if you win.
Question For A &Quot;Corporate Paralegal&Quot;?
How Did You Break Into &Quot;Corporate Paralegal&Quot; And What Does Your Job Entail?
I Am A Paralegal For A Law Firm Specializing In Debt Collection (Yuck) When Looking For Jobs, The Perks To The Title Of &Quot;Corporate Paralegal&Quot; Seem Awesome, Salaries Up To 75K And Crazy Benefits...How Did You Do It, How Can I Break Into That Field I Only Have Experience In Debt Collection-3 Years
Corporate paralegals can work for law firms, but generally work for in-house legal departments of private companies. First things first, do you live in an area where a lot of private businesses - and preferably corporate offices/headquarters of private businesses - are located? This is where jobs of this type will most likely be.
Education and experience are your best path to obtaining a job as a corporate paralegal. Most companies that will pay salaries in the 75K range, especially those in big cities, will most likely be looking for a candidate with a bachelor's degree, an ABA approved paralegal certificate and several years of relevant experience.
Does the firm you work for practice any other types of law? Can you gain experience in document management, business law or commercial transactions? Can you offer to cross-train in another area at your firm to gain more experience? Can you volunteer for a legal aid agency to gain more experience? If you can learn employment, litigation, or intellectual property law, for example, you could use those skills to move on to an in-house job.
You say you currently work in debt collection so you will need to expand your knowledge base, but you may already have more skills than you realize. Think about what kind of tasks you currently perform. Do you prepare pleadings, perform research, or do any tasks that could be considered litigation? If so, then you may be able to segue (when the job market is better!) into an entry-level job with a private company and work your way up.
Another idea - try getting a job in a private company as an executive assistant or legal secretary. Believe it or not, sometimes these jobs actually pay more than paralegal salaries.
How Does Someone Locate A Lawyer Who Works On Retainer At A Reasonable Fee?
I Belong To A Legal Service Where I Get Legal Advice As Needed But This Is Not Adequate For My Needs. It Would Work Out Better If I Had An Atty I Can Call And Whom Could Have My Best Interest And Direct Me On Legal Issues As Needed. Is This Asking Too Much. Is This A High Price Service?
I don't honestly know the pricing on something like that, but there is a website you should check out, it's
what you do is you enter your information, name, phone number, email, etc, what state you're in and then you pick what category of law you are interested in. there is a space to type exactly what help you need, and then all attorney's who work in that area are sent your info, and then they contact you with pricing, and you can choose from there if you want to use one of those attorneys. it's important to put in the correct info as far as where you're located, and what exactly you want the attorney for so that they can find you the best matches...they even have a part where you pick the price range you'd like to go with. it's definitely worth checking out...after all, even if it doesn't help, you're no worse off than you are now.