4 Strategies To Help Your Lawyer Enable You To If you want a legal representative for any reason, you should work closely with them as a way to win your case. Regardless of how competent they are, they're planning to need your help. Listed below are four important approaches to help your legal team allow you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - irrespective of what information you're likely to reveal for them. Privilege means anything you say is kept in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team must know all things in advance - especially information one other side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep an ongoing and factual account of all the information related to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the current data they have to assist them to win. 3. Show Up Early For Many Engagements Do not be late when you're appearing before a court and avoid wasting the attorney's time, too, when you are by the due date, each time. The truth is, because you may have to discuss very last minute details or even be extra prepared for the case you're facing, it's a smart idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been arrested for just about any crime, it's important so as to convince a legal court that you simply both regret the actions and are making strides toward improving your life. For instance, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for a rehab program. Be sincere and involved with the cities the judge is presiding over. Working more closely together with your legal team increases your likelihood of absolute success. Try these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you need to win your case.
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Top Universities In Canada For Undergraduate...?
For Business, U of T, Queens, University of Western Ontario and Laurier are all great schools. For Law, i've heard York University is excellent. These schools are all in Ontario, but if you want an across Canada answer, you could check out the Macleans rankings at: http://oncampus.macleans.ca/education/2007/11/08/our-17th-annual-rankings/
Real Estate Law?
The Bank Is Forclosing On The Home I Live In. The Mortgage Is In My Ex-Fiance'S Name Only (However, He Moved Out And Gave Me A Letter Saying He Is Not Responsible For Anything With The House). Will He Be The Only One With A Forclosure On His Credit Report? What About Liens? Both Of Our Names Is On The Title - So Will I Get A Lien On My Credit Report? I Tried To Take Over The Loan, But He Is Bitter And Will Not Let Me (He Stated That He Wants Me Not To Have The House). I'Ve Tried To Talk To The Bank To Take Over The Mortgage, But They Will Not Talk With Me Because My Name Is Not On The Mortgage. There Is Nothing I Can Do But Let It Forclose. I Will Lose The 100K That I Gave My Ex-Fiance When He First Took Out The Mortgage - But What Can I Do About It? Nothing. Will This Effect My Credit Report?
His loan. His foreclosure. His liens. YOu can be in title and not on the mortgage; but it's pretty unusual. Talk to a real estate atty in your state. AS it stands, if you are in title, you may have some rights as a party in possession to reedem the mortgage. States vary; time to invest a few hundred dollars in a good atty to save 100K
National Credit Adjuster Suing Me For 1K?
I Just Received A Letter From National Credit Adjusters (Delivered By A Cop), Saying That They Were Suing Me For The 1300 I Owed Best Buy Since 2009 And That The Amount Was Now 1600. The Problem Is, I Went Back To School In 08 And Since I Havent Worked At All Trying To Focus On My Degrees That I Neglected Those Debts. I Planned On Fixing Them Once I Get A Job But I Guess They Want Their Money Now. I Called The Company Suing Me And They Are Pretty Much Telling Me That My Only Options Will Be To Pay The 1600 In Full Otherwise I Can Get An Attorney (Which Cost Money) And Follow The Case In Court. Can Anyone Please Tell What Are My Options At This Point And What I Have To Do Because There Is Also A 10 Days Periods To Reply To That Citation And I Do Not Know What To Do.
You cannot go to jail over credit card debts.
- If you are not working, then there obviously cannot be a wage garnishment...but a judgement would allow them to freeze your bank accounts.
If you are really being taken to court and you don't have any money, then it's critical that you respond to the summons and show up in court. If you don't bother to do either of these, a default judgement will be issued, which could easily be over $2,000 with fees added. People often make the mistake of thinking that they will loose anyway, so there is no point in showing up in court. While this is correct, if you don't show up, you will loose on your credit card company's terms. By showing up and pleading your case, you at least have a chance of having a judgement that is more in line with the actual $1,300 owed.
Guide for being sued credit card debt: http://tinyurl.com/3tglly4
- Contact your nearest Legal Aide society. They might be able to provide some low cost legal representation. If would be in your interest to have an attorney show up with you to court.
Can I Get Legal Aid If I Have £20,000 In My Bank But Only £7500 Of It Is Mine?
I Have An Appointment With A Solicitor In A Few Days For An Initial Consultation To See If They Can Take My Case. I Am Unemployed (Unfair Dismissal - The Reason I Am Seeing The Solicitor) And Do Not Get Any Other Income/Benefits Etc. I Live With My Parents So Do Not Pay Rent.
The Problem Is That A Couple Of Months My Uncle Transferred Around £12,000 Into My Bank Account, But This Money Is For My Mum And Dad Only, As They Are Always Having Financial Issues. The Money Is My Mum And Dad'S As I See It And I Wouldn'T Dream Of Spending A Penny Of It Without Their Express Permission. I Take Out What They Need As And When They Ask Me, Or Occasionally Pay For Things For Them - And This Comes Out Of Their £12,000.
My Own Money Is Around £7500 (In The Same Account) Which Is From Money I Have Saved Up Myself While I Was Working.
I Read That To Get Legal Aid You Can'T Have Savings Over £8000..........So Now I Am Worried That The Solicitor Will Make Me Pay The Legal Fees Because It Looks Like I Have £20,000 In Savings, Even Though This Money Isn'T Mine.
How Can I Prove To Them That It Is Not For Me To Spend, And That Only £7500 Is Mine?? I Have My Bank Statements Showing The Transfer, But That Doesn'T Prove That The Money Is For My Parents.
Do You Think They Will Make Me Pay Legal Fees Nonetheless?
I Know You Will Probably Just Say To Get My Parents To Pay For The Legal Fees Since They Have &Quot;All This Money&Quot; Sitting In My Account, But (A) It'S Meant To Last Them A Very, Very Long Time, And (B), I Would Never Ask Them To Help Me With Financial Issues Ordinarily.
I Really Need Some Advice Please.
You should get a separate account to help your parents out with. You must get a notarized document from your uncle stating what the money is for and account for every penny to avoid unnecessary questions.
Another really quick and easy fix action is to get a joint account with your uncle as the primary and you as the secondary. You will still have access to the money to help your parents out, and you will have an easier time explaining the funds since they technically don't solely belong to you.
Going To Family Court?
Can Anyone Help.. Two Divorce People The Ex Husband Is Taking The Ex Wife To Court Because He Doesn'T Like How The Daughter Is Dressing Or How She Acts.. The Mother Says That She Doesn'T Act Bad At All At Home (Lives With Mother) Has Friends, Teachers And Mothers Friends That Say She Is Very Polite...She Just Likes To Look Different ( She Likes To Dress Punk) She Does All The Makeup For School Plays And Likes Horror Movies.. Dad Thinks She Is Depressed.. He Wants Her To Start Her Visting Weekends Again But Can'T Watch Too Much Tv Can'T Wear Her Hair The Way She Does And Can'T Wear Her Clothes.. The Girl Is 15.. Any Ideas About Going To Court In How To Win Against The Father.. Oh And The Father Wants Her To Go To Counseling Which She Said She Would To Prove Him Wrong..
There are a few items that you did not mention; such as, has the Mom contacted her lawyer to seek counsel on these obvious frivolous concerns of the father? Had the Office of the Official Guardian been involved with the divorce proceedings? Did the 15 year old have her own attorney? By law, every child is to have full and competent and independent legal representation which is provided through Justice for Children.
No Family Court Judge/Magistrate or Adjudicator will just willfully grant the father his requests. The onus is on the father to prove his case of depression regarding his daughter. Also, he is going to have to prove that it is appropriate for weekend visits to commence once again. The Courts will review the reasons/excuses why the visits stopped in the first place.
The Mom's lawyer should have Mom prepared to provide documents from the girl's medical practitioner regarding his assessment of her mental health, letters, from the school - including the Principal, Guidance Counsellor and Teachers to affirm that the girl does not act or display depressive symptoms at school. Ideally, if this family attends Church, a member of the Clergy could also write a letter stating his/her opinions and observations of the girl.
My best advice for any parent going through a situation such as this is to have as much documentation available for the lawyer and the Courts. Under NO circumstances should Mom discuss her Plan of Action with her ex husband and both parents should be doing their best to keep their daughter out of the line of fire; otherwise, the poor girl could become depressed. Parents should not be using their children as pawns.
Tell Mom to get to her lawyer's office as soon as possible. The longer she waits, the less time that they have to work through all of the issues that they are facing and to prepare the best possible legal counsel for the daughter.
It is also important to remember that either Parent has the legal right to request ammendments to the Divorce Decree at any time as long as they are not frivilous.
One good point is that the daughter is 15 and the Courts will listen to what she "wants" because the Courts feel that at that age, the child is old enough to know who they want to spend their time with.
Good Luck to All.
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