4 Strategies To Help Your Lawyer Help You When you want an attorney for any excuse, you should work closely along with them to be able to win your case. Regardless of how competent they can be, they're planning to need your help. Listed here are four important methods to help your legal team assist you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - irrespective of what information you're going to reveal directly to them. Privilege means whatever you say is saved in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team needs to know everything in advance - especially information the other side could discover and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep an ongoing and factual account of information associated with your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the current data they need to assist them to win. 3. Show Up Early For Many Engagements Not be late when you're appearing before a court and prevent wasting the attorney's time, too, when you are punctually, each and every time. In reality, because you might need to discuss very last minute details or be extra prepared for the way it is you're facing, it's a great idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate Which You Have Your Act Together If you've been arrested for just about any crime, it's important so that you can prove to the court that you just both regret the actions and therefore are making strides toward boosting your life. By way of example, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for any rehab program. Be sincere and linked to the cities the judge is presiding over. Working more closely along with your legal team increases your chances 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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Do You Know What Defamation Of Character Is?
Are Any Of Your Sons Or Sons In Laws Attorneys?
Yes, I know what defamation of character is. And no, none of my sons or sons-in-law is an attorney, but one of my daughters is.
In English and American law, and systems based on them, libel and slander are two forms of defamation (or defamation of character), which is the tort or delict of making a false statement of fact that injures someone's reputation. "Defamation" is however the generally-used term internationally. Slander is a harmful statement in a transitory form, especially speech, and libel is a harmful statement in a fixed medium, especially writing but also a picture, sign, or electronic broadcast, each of which gives a common law right of action.
Providing, of course, that you are willing to accept that explanation from a FEMALE attorney.
My Husband Had A Credit Card Go To A Collection Service, They Worked Out An Agreement That He Would Pay X Amount Up Front, He Then Gave Them Check Numbers To Take Out $100 Every 2 Weeks For Around 6 Months, At Which Time They Would Call Back To See If He Could Settle. Needless To Say, They Have Taken Money Out Of Our Account Past The 6 Months That Was Agreed On. On Top Of That They Stopped Taking Money Out At One Point And Then Said That We Had Missed 3 Payments, Even Though It Was Suppose To Be Automatic Withdrawls. Today They Called To Settle, At Which Point My Husband Told Them We Couldn'T, Needless To Say I Got On Our Bank Account Today And Seen That They Had Taken Another $100 Out Today. Is There Something That We Can Do Here?! We Only Authorized Them To Take Out 6 Months Worth Of Payments. They Are Trying To Scare Us By Telling Us They Will Take Us To Court. Any Help Would Be Much Apprictiated! Thank You!
Unfotunately since you authorized them to take monies out of your account and you gave them your account number the bank is not going to be very sympathic to you. You could call them and file a claim agains the money they took out which in turn the bank will do an investigation and may or may not give you the money back which could take weeks. What the bank will advise you to do is to close out your account and open a new one.
You need to review the last six month and verify how much they have taken out of your account, add the money your husband gave up from and see if you are in fact paid off or not. If you are then I would copy this information and send it to the company for proof you've paid in full, along with a letter requesting they stop ALL FURTHER WITHDRAWLS from your account. Tell them in the letter you no longer authorize access to you account and any further action against your account on their part will be handled through legal actions. Threaten them that you've already contacted your bank and that any futher transactions will be considered bank fraud. (That one works, I've used it)
But if you have not paid in full, and you only have a couple more payments left go ahead and write this same letter and outline to them something to the effect of you have 3 more payments left in the agreement, these payments should take place on this date, this date and this date. Say after this date (last payment date) the account will be paid in full and further withdrawls should be stopped.
There are so many times when these companies will just hound the hell out of people and withdrawl moneys other then the agreed upon amount.
But since you did give them your account information there really is not a lot that can be done with the bank. They will tell you the same thing.
However, once you notify the company in writing you need to follow up with the bank and let them know you've done so.
One more thing you could/should do when you write this letter. End it at the bottom below where you sing your name on the left side of the page Cc: to your bank.
You con't actually have to send it to your bank but if they see that they will think you've sent it to your bank and that you will take legal actions.
Don't let them bully you!! Stand your ground.
Does The Father Have Any Rights?
Me And My Exboyfriend Decided To Recently Spilt. We Were Living In Arkansas And Now I Moved Back To Texas To Near Family. I Am About 4 Months Pregnant Right Now, And I Was Wondering If I Dont Want To Go To Court For Child Support, And I Dont Want The Baby To Have Hs Last Name Does He Maintain Any Rights Whatsoever To See This Child, Or To Be Around His Family? His Family Is In My Opinion ....Well Not Good And The Father Has Anger Issues Thats Why I Left I Gotta Put My Baby First So Please Respond To Me With Your Best Of Knowledge Thank You And Have A Great Day :]
The father has the rights that HE wants to have. He has the right to let you proceed with your plans without interference from him. He has the right to stay out of the child's life. And all this will work fine, IF this is what he wants as long as you do NOT apply for any type of state/federal aid. If you apply for any type of aid, they WILL establish the who the father is and he will then have to repay the state.
On the other hand, if the father does NOT agree with what you are planning on doing, he DOES have the right to have him declared the father through a court. He does have the right to see/visit the child, even if he does NOT pay child support and even if you don't want him to see the child. He has the right to be as much of a part of this child's life as HE WANTS to be.
So in answer to question, the FATHER HAS THE RIGHTS HE WANTS. Child support is a separate issue and will be handled by the courts according to law.
Morally you are wrong. No one on this planet is perfect. He may have a anger issue, granted, but that does NOT mean he will not get help for it and turn out to be a outstanding parent. His anger could only be directed at you. And if you do want you are wanting to do, you will be denying your child of a whole bunch of love and support. You should be putting the child's best interest before your WANTS and until you can prove that the child would receive harm from that side of the family, you are dead wrong. You picked this person to have a child with, now you really need to grow up and consider what is in the child's best interest and get over your anger towards the father.
Do I Need A Lawyer?????????
If Sexually Assaulted, Do You Need A Lawyer When You Press Charges? If You Dont How Do You Know What To Expect, Proceed Such As Punitive Damages? If Yes What Type Of Lawyers Do Handle This?
You don't need a lawyer because you are not the one pressing the charges, the government is. And they have lawyers.
If you plan to sue the other person for personal injury, then you need a lawyer. But you have to show lasting physical injuries and you have to have medical bills (counseling counts) for an attorney to consider the case. And even then, they would want a conviction first. If you file suit, then you can ask for punitive damages, if the state allows it. Just realize that most people in jail don't have money. You can call personal injury attorneys and see if they know of any that handle sexual assault cases.
As for the criminal cases, see if you area has a victim witness assistance program to offer support and advice on what happens with the criminal case. Sadly, that's one of the many programs the state and local governments are cutting, because it's more important to give money to big corporations.
I'm sorry you are going through this. Please seek counseling so it doesn't mar your entire life.
The Lawyers Have Asked You To Search In The Database For Accidents That Resulted In Damage Awards. What Would?
You Type Into The Search Engine?
A. Damages And Accident
B. Accident Or Damages
C. Damages Not Accident
D. Accident Damages
you may use "d. accident damages"
or try "accident and damages"
Family Court Hearing?
I Live In Ny And Have A Hearing On June 2. If I Do Not Show And Neither Does The Father, Will I Be In Trouble? The Father And I Decided To Handle It Without Going Through The Court. The Hearing Is To Vacate Acknowledgment, Not Establish Paternity Or Child Support Yet.
to whoever filed the motion to vacate acknowledgment: unless the court dismisses the lawsuit on that date(likely,, but not 100% certain to happen), it is still pending before the court. i assume you are referring to an acknowledgment of paternity, right? whatever you and the father have agreed to, i strongly urge you both to go to court and take care of the matter formally, paternity of a child is far too important a matter to simply blow off. also, if another party-- for instance, the state or another public entity-- is involved they may may decide to proceed in your absence or to continue the case till a subpoena is issued for your presence in court.