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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Has Anyone Used Or Joined Pre-Paid Legal Services?
I Was Considering Joining Prepaid Legal I Checked B.B.B. It Seems Ok But I Would Like To Have An Opinion From Someone Who Knows I Dont Want To Get Riped Off.
I have had their service for the past 2 1/2 years. I have never once had a problem with the lawyers calling me back. I would recommend their services to anyone I come in contact with. It sounds like you were looking into the business side of it when you said do they pay out. They absolutely pay out. I really do get the commission check within 48 hours deposited into my checking account. My wife and I have been marketing their plans and have made really good money doing so. If you have any question about either the service or the business feel free to give me a call or email me from my website http://www.prepaidlegal.com/hub/rexjwhit...
I Need Help Finding Legal Aid!!?
I Am Searching For Legal Aid, My 6 Year Old Daughter Has Accused My Husband Of Sexually Molesting Her, He Has Now Filed For Divorce And Put A Restraining Order On Me And Is Trying To Get Custody Of My 20 Month Old Daughter. I Have Pressed Charges With 2 Different Police Departments, Cps, I Took Her To The Doctor I Tried To Get Legal Assistance And They Keep Telling Me It Takes Up To 15 Days To Get Word If I Even Qaulify And If They Will Help Me I Have 9 Days Till Court. I Went To Go Try And Get My Own Lawyer They Told Me It Would Cost Me 4 Thousand Dollars To Retain Them I Am At A Loss I Am Afraid I Am Gonna Lose My Baby, I Dont Know How To Even Respond To The Papers That I Was Served My Family Has Tried Raising Money For A Lawyer But No One Was Able To Come Up With Any...Please Help Give Me Some Advice I Dont Know What To Do My Husband Has Everything Except One Car.
Thanks for all the info but you need to tell us WHERE you live.
In my area, Contra Costa County, CA Legal Aid has several ways to help you. They have a "hotline" on Wed. nights from 5:45 to 7:45 and you call, explain what you need and it is heard by a law clerk or student, they then hang up and go discuss your case with a real attorney and then they call you back on the same night with information about what you need to do.
They also have a drop in clinic on Thursdays and it's a first come first served basis.
I'd call on Wed night and if you aren't totally satisfied then you can go on Thursday to get additional help.
Legal Advice About A Bartering Service Not Provided..?
About 2-3 Months Ago I Posted An Ad Online That Stated - Get A Free Car If You Fix My Broken Car. I Would Provide A Person With Mechanical Skills A Free Nissan Car That Works If They Fix My Saturn. As Expected, A Lot Of People Answered The Ad But I Choose One Man Who Came Over For An Hour, Tried To Charge The Battery But Got No Where. He Was An Older Man Who Is Unemployed And I Was Happy Make A Trade With Him. We Talked While He Worked And He Said He Couldn't Get Hired Anywhere (Although By The Looks Of Him, It Didn't Look Like He Tried Very Hard) But Then At The End Of The Hour He Popped His Shoulder In The Car And Left. He Said That His Shoulder Does That From Time To Time And He Would Have To Take Care Of It. We Tried To Make Arrangements To Meet Again But Things Didn't Work And My Saturn Never Got Fixed. Then, I Lost My Job, My Other Car Broke Down And We Got A Huge Bill And We Were Considering Selling The Saturn To Make Up For The Debts. When I Told Him That He Wrote Me A Letter Stating That I Should Pay Him For The Time He Couldn't Work Because Of His Injured Shoulder And The Time He Worked On The Car. I Fully Believe That I Should Pay Him Maybe 20-30 Dollars For The Hour For The Labor Even Though He Only Sat Around Charging The Battery And Looked At The Car; But Paying Him For The Time He Couldn't Work Because He Admitted That No One Would Hire Him Is Ridiculous To Me. So My Question Is, Am I Legally Bound To Pay For That Time After The Car That He Couldn't Get A Job? (Even Though He Admitted It Was A Previous Injury) And Is 20-30 Dollars Enough To Pay For The Hour That He Sat Around My House And Charged The Battery?
You have no legal obligation to pay him anything at all. If he had fixed the car and you failed to give him the reward car as per ad, he'd have a claim against you. As it stands, unless there was a term in which you agreed to remunerate at a certain rate all those who simply made an effort to repair the car, you're free and clear.
Legal Consultation Over Suspended License In Tennessee?
I Am 17 And I Live In The State Of Tennessee. I Am Not Rich And I Pay For All My Bills(Phone, Gas, Insurance(Now)). In November Of 2010, I Got Stopped Because My Car Didn’T Have A Bumper, I Didn’T Have Insurance At The Time And I Got A Ticket. I Then Went And Got Insurance And Paid For My Ticket(I Had To Show Proof Of Insurance In Order To Pay). In January 2011, I Get A Letter Saying That I Hadn’T Shown Proof Of Insurance And That If I Didn’T My License Will Be Suspended, And To Mail In Proof Of Insurance. I Did(Since I Already Got Insurance). Friday February 18, 2011 A Police Officer Stops Me For Routine Check, I’M Informed That My License Was Suspended For Failure To Show Insurance, And That I Am Not Allowed To Drive And Have A Pending Court Day In Juvenile Court. I Call The State Of Tennessee Department Of Safety And A Exasperated And Unfriendly Lady Tells Me I Have To Pay A $65 Dollar Fee And That My License Is Suspended For Not Having Insurance On The Day Of The Ticket. I Have A Feeling This Is Not Right And She Just Said It To Hang Up And Hurry And Go Home. Is There Any Lawyer That Can Help Me Know If That Is Right? I Live In Shelby County, Bartlett Tn(Close To Memphis).
I suggest you go pay the $65 fee. She probably IS right. This is very common. Also, you should pick up your phone book and look for local attorneys that way.
Qualities Of A Good Lawyer?
I Am Really Considering Becoming An Attorney, But I Don'T Know If I Am Intelligent Enough. My Highschool Gpa Was 3.45 And My Act Score Was 25. I Love English, History, Phsycology, And The Law. And I Am Very Persuasive. Is Becoming An Attorney The Right Path For Me? Am I Intelligent Enough?
Your High School grade or score need not discourage you from becoming an attorney. Highly successful lawyers have not been bright school students. But you have to get entry into a Law School, which prescribes high standards for admission. Once you decide the career in law is the most suitable for yourself, then you may have to work hard and improve your skills so that you clear the entrance test (or whatever name it is called in US). But you have the right skill to becoming a lawyer. Persuasion. One need not be overbright to be an advocate. Common sense, coupled with profound knowledge of the subject is all you need. You can see people in various fields who are so poor in general knowledge and current affairs but excel in their own field. Doctors and scientists for example. Besides, your interest in English, History and psychology will take you in the right direction.
Looking For Attorney To Receive Unpaid Pension?
I Live In Ca. I Am Looking For An Attorney Who Will Help Me Get My Deceased Husband'S Pension. We Were Married In 2005. He Died 2006. Also We Lived Together 8 Years Prior To His Death. Because He Suffered A Stroke He Was Unable To Speak Or Write Or Do Anything For Himself. Calpers States That Because My Name Was Not Filed With Them Before His Death, I Have No Rights To Get His Pension. I Think This Is Very Unfair. He Wasn'T Able To Submit My Name Along With His. This Was His Wish. I Have Letters Stating What He Wanted. What Are My Chances.
Your chances are zero if you don't get an attorney for this. Most will allow a free initial consultation to review what documents and facts you have, and determine if you have a case or not. They will also advise you of what their fee will be to represent you.