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How Do I Decide On The Degree I Want To Do? It'S Between Law And Primary Education.. Lawyer Or Teacher?
I Can'T Decide, At First It Was Law Because It Came Don To Money- Salary Etc But Now I Am Thinking, Do What Makes Me Happy And Ill Make More Money Doing What I Love, I Love Both Though. Law Is Very Very Hard And I Am A Woman, Might Hurt Me Later When I Have Children? But Is Teaching Children For Me? I Love Children But I Am Not Sure What I Want To Do. Does Hecs Allow Me To Do Both Degrees? How Do I Find Out? Any Advice? I Keep Attempting Both :(

It's a tough decision. My advice would be to actually try them. I'm not really sure what you can do as far as trying out being a lawyer, but there are plenty of opportunities to work with children, why not volunteer at an after school program or as a tutor?

Don't let being a woman deter you from being a lawyer.

If you're worried about becoming a mother and having time for your children, being a teacher will be more "family friendly" - you can get off of work while it's still light out, for the most part, and you get summers off to spend with your kids. If that's something that's important to you, teaching might be a better choice.

But if you're okay with spending more time at work (and making more money) be a lawyer. I know some women lawyers with children- one of the lawyers my mother works with has I believe 5 children and her husband is a stay-at-home father. So you can still have a family, but you won't have as much time to spend with them.

It depends on your values. Try talking to some lawyers and some teachers, too. :) Good luck

How Would One Go About Finding A Good Employment Lawyer Who Represents Employees?
This Is In California. Based On What I Have Heard In The Past, There Are Plenty Of Good Lawyers Who Represent Corporations But Not Employees.

You should look for what is called Wrongful Termination, if that is the case with you. In general, low firms who advertise Employment Law typically sell their services to Corporate HR departments.
Also, keep in mind that the so called referral firms are advertising shops. Lawyers pay to get on those lists and the referral firms do not know so much about the lawyers.

So, where should one go?
Look for Wrongful Termination as well as for firms that engage in Class Action suits. You may even couple that up with the name of your firm and see if there are any law firms out there that have filed and won class action suits against your employer.

Good luck to you.

Legal Help?
If I Sign A Form That Says I Ok That They Are Moving My Mother From Rehab (For A Stroke) To A Nursing Home Am I Responsible For Her Medical Bills? Keep In Mind That My Mother Walked Out On Me 20 Years Ago And I Am Only The One Making The Decisions Because My Grandmother Can'T & My Aunt (Her Sister) Won'T.

Never sign a form unless you know exactly what it says; is the standard law of society (sorry for the preaching, but when you sign a contract you are assumed to have read and understood the agreement.

You can make the decisions for your mother's health care without assuming responsibility, but you need to make that clear. Tell the nursing home that you are estranged from your mother and that she walked out on you 20 years ago. You are willing to make decisions on her health care, but you refuse to take responsibility for any payments.

I am doing this only because no other person in my family will.

Make it clear, make it bold and make it now. Tell them if you have mistakenly signed a form saying that you assume responsibility for paying for anything then that was not explained to you and therefore it was done in bad faith, and I will refuse to honor that agreement.

IF THEY still try to stick you with the bill then you will need the assistance of a lawyer.

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Where Do I Find People Who Are Interested In Purchasing Legal Insurance?

Are you selling Pre-Paid Legal? If so, I'm sorry.
Its a pyramid scam.

If you are talking about Umbrella policies. Most people get those through their homeowners insurance agent.

I Need Legal Aid For A Child Custody Case?
Ok So My Sons Mother Is Trying To Terminate Parental Rights Ande We Have One Court Date January 4Th To Appoint Guardian Ad Litem And Then The 20Th For The Actual Court Date So My Questions Are Can Someone Explain Guardian Ad Litem To Me And Does Anyone Know What I Can Do To Get A Free Legal Service Since I Have No Job And Am In College Please Please Please Help

You need to mount a defense if you want to be a part of this child's life....or you could be ordered to pay for 18 years and have no chance of ever seeing the boy.

Guardian Ad Litems (GAL) can be very cool. Basically what has happened is that the mom has said your rights need to be terminated because you are a detriment to the child by either your presence or your total absence. Now every time a parent files on of these the state appoints a Guardian Ad Litem. this person is usually a lawyer, but not always in every state. This person will go and investigate and see if the child really would be better off without you in their life. It is usually difficult to terminate a parents rights, but it can be done, but it requires you to be VERY neglectful to the child or for you to have actually harmed him or another child in your care.

In my state of GA there are about 10 criteria and my step son's bio mom falls into several! We plan on going to terminate her rights soon, in her case she has gone over 12 months without paying her child support, she has made no attempt to see the child in the last 6 months, and other things like that.

If you visit with your child, or try to visit with your child and the mom has blocked it you need to tell the GAL. it does not matter if the mom has remaried and she wants the step dad to adopt the boy, the fact is you are the dad and you have rights, she can't just choose another father, but with the title of father comes rights and responisbilities and in order to get those rights you have to be living up to those responsibilities such as visitation and child support.

Sometimes mothers just file to get you out of their lives because only THEY know what is best for the child, and that is why the state always appoints a GAL to really see what is going on.

Can Somebody Tell Me How To Find The Attorneys Name That Is Representing A Person In A Car Wreck Online?
Help Can Someone Tell Me How To Go About Finding The Name Of An Attourney That Is Representing Someone That Owes Me A Lot Of Money For Child Support, My Ex Refuses To Pay And He Is Getting A Settlement And I Know There Is A Way To Look It Up As It Should Be Public Records, I Found His Criminal Record But I Don'T Know How To Access A Traffic Accident Or The Actual Lawsuit So I Can Find Out Who His Lawyer Is

A lot of counties have a website and a judicial records search. You are able to search criminal or civil records. Check out that counties web site and see. Otherwise you can probably go to the courthouse and get the information.