Finding An Experienced Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will find that there are numerous lawyers in your town that advertise that they specialize in your type of case. This can make the entire process of finding one with a lot of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, in the event you follow the tips below you will be able to define your pursuit to the correct one out of very little time. The first task is to create a listing of the lawyers that are listed in the area focusing on your needs. When you are making this list you must only include those that you have a great vibe about based on their advertisement. You can then narrow this list down by using some time evaluating their website. There you will be able to find the number of years they are practicing and several general information regarding their success rates. At this point your list should have shrunken further to the people which you felt had professional websites as well as an appropriate quantity of experience. You should then take time to look up independent reviews of every attorney. Be sure to read the reviews instead of just counting on their overall rating. The data from the reviews provides you with a solid idea of how they communicate with their clientele and how much time they invest into each case they are focusing on. Finally, you should meet up with a minimum of the past three lawyers which have the credentials you are searching for. This will give you time to genuinely evaluate how interested they may be in representing your case. It can be crucial for you to follow all of these steps to ensure that you hire a company that has the best amount of experience to help you the ideal outcome.
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Need Advice About Law Please?
My Husband Passed Away Almost One Year Ago. I Have Two Years Old Daughter. I Have A House. My Husband Bought The House Almost 2 Years Ago. The House Is Under My Husband Name. How I Can Transfer The House My Name? Please , I Meed Advice
The law and procedure varies from state to state. Also, it's important to use very specific words when describing things. You say you have "a" house, and your husband bought "the" house. It may sound stupid, but what house did your husband buy? Yours? Did he buy the whole thing or just half of it? I'm sure this is stressful and exhausting, but it's important to be as precise as you can. Otherwise, whoever is helping you may get the facts wrong.
Find a legal aid clinic in your area. If you need help finding one, contact your county's Bar Association and tell them you need "pro bono" or "low bono" help with a probate issue on a house. They can hook you up with someone.
I Hired The Law Firm Of Willy And Nilly, But They Seem Disorganized And Haphazard.?
Should I Hire Another Law Firm?
I would if I were you. You can try my law firm of Yin & Yang. They are very in sync with each other. I wouldn't recommend my mother's law firm of Back & Forth as she just gets the run around from them. And definitely stay away from The Law Firm of Bonnie & Clyde because I've heard they'll rob you blind. Don't go near the firm Gin & Tonic as they are about to be disbarred for problems with drinking. Another good firm is Hunky & Dory...usually things turn out just fine with them. My neighbor should have gone with them. He used the firm of Mumbo & Jumbo and couldn't understand a word they said.
Legal Residents And Government Assistance?
I Would Like To Know If There Is A Certain Amount Of Time That I Need To Be A Legal Resident In Order To Use Governmental Assistance Such As Medicaid, Medicare, Or Medical. Is There A Difference If I Was To Use These Programs Under An Emergency?
legal permanent residents may be eligible to get Medicaid if they have lived in the US for 5 years or longer and meet certain conditions.
you will have to be at least 65 years old or have specific disabilities to be qualified for Medicare.
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has all the information you need regarding if you are eligible to Medicaid or Medicare.
I Am A Paralegal, Can I Be The Sole Owner Of A Law Firm With Two Lawyers Working For Me?
In NY, no, and I doubt it's allowed anywhere.
It's not that there's a law against that type of business, but lawyers are prohibited from working for a non-attorney. The reason being...the lawyers must be able to exercise discretion in their legal practice, and having to answer to a non-attorney compromises their ability to do so.
Resources For Alcoholic With Possible Brain Injury In Portland, Oregon?
A Family Member Of Mine Is An Alcoholic And Addict. Every Time He Stops Drinking For About A Day, He Has Seizures And Is Taken To The Hospital. After A Couple Of Days Kaiser Releases Him. He Immediately Goes Back To Drinking Because He'S In So Much Pain From Withdrawals. He Recently Had Brain Surgery (Twice) From When He Fell And Hit His Head (Maybe During A Seizure, Or Maybe From Another Cause). He'S Very Rarely Coherent And Often Does Not Know Who His Family Members Are When He Sees Them. Nobody Seems To Be Able To Tell If His Problems Are Entirely Based On His Alcoholism Or If They Are Caused By A Brain Injury. Does Anyone Know Any Resources In The Portland Area To Get Him The Help He Needs? He'S Too Out Of It To Check Himself Into A Rehab Program, But His Lawyer Claims That He'S Too With It For The Family To Have Him Committed To Anything. Does Anyone Have Any Idea What Can Be Done With This Situation? Doctors And Lawyers Don'T Seem To Be Providing Any Answers At All And His Family Is Having A Very Hard Time Watching All Of This Happen And Feeling Completely Helpless. Any Help Or Leads To People Who Might Be Helpful Would Be Greatly Appreciated.
Ultimately, this person needs to want to quit drinking. You cannot force them to quit. It may be that you actually get him help and have him recover, at least somewhat, just to have him come out of rehab/detox and go back to binge drinking.
Given that, as you say, he is rarely even coherent I have a hard time believing a lawyer has legal precedence to supersede the wishes of your family who can clearly tell this relative needs medical help now.
It really sounds like your relative is dying. And that may be a reality you should prepare yourself for because without immediate help, that is what is going to happen.
As far as answering medical questions about why he is the way he is, I cannot say. For one, he's still drinking. Which isn't helping anything. He's also already had seizures and brain damage. Any of these can affect judgment, especially if he's still drinking. That is why I wounder why this lawyer is trying to prevent this relative from getting medical help if he is clear that far gone.
What you can do is look up local rehab and intervention centers. Get in touch with an interventionist, find out about local treatment centers, make contacts with the people who run these things, tell them your story and find out what they can do for you. Again, a person has to want to quit in order to actually do so. But you still have options so don't give up hope. Maybe if this person can sober up for more than a week and stay stabilized, they will want to give treatment an honest try. Just keep in mind, if he doesn't get help, he is going to die. Probably pretty soon too.
Help Me Child Custody Rights?
My 10 Months Old Daughter Havent Seen Her Dad For Exactly A Month ...Since She Was 9 Month S Dad Is Suppose To Take Her Tuesday Wednesday And Thursday... But Its Been A Month Now He Just Textes Me Today Now To See If He Can Pic Her Up What Shpuld I Do ...He Is Not Responsible Can He Loose Custody
Okay, so as long as there is a court-ordered custody agreement in place that says he gets to take her on Tue, Wed, & Thu, then you must comply with that agreement even if he has blown it off a few times. He may be screwing up, but he's still her father and he has rights too.
On the other hand, if he is paying you child support (which he should be), AND he's skipping out on his visitation, you can go back to court and ask for more child support to cover the costs of you filling in for him as care-giver on those days. Those days when he is supposed to have custody are also days that he doesn't normally have to pay you for child support (because HE is providing for your daughter's care during that time). So if he's not taking her on his assigned days, that causes an increased financial burden on you, and he is to blame for that. The courts will often re-arrange the custody and child support schedule if one parent isn't honoring the original agreement.