Finding A Seasoned Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will recognize that there are countless lawyers in your town that advertise that they are experts in your form of case. This could make the process of finding one with a lot of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, when you follow the tips below you will be able to restrict your quest off to the right one out of very little time. The initial step is to produce a list of the lawyers which are listed in your town focusing on your circumstances. When you are making this list you need to only include those that you may have an effective vibe about depending on their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down if you take a bit of time evaluating their webpage. There you will be able to find the number of years they are practicing and a few general information regarding their success rates. At this time your list must have shrunken further to individuals that you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate volume of experience. You must then take the time to search for independent reviews for each attorney. Make sure you browse the reviews instead of just relying on their overall rating. The data inside the reviews will give you a concept of the direction they interact with their clients and the length of time they invest into each case they are working on. Finally, you should talk with a minimum of the last three lawyers that have the credentials you are interested in. This will give you some time to truly evaluate how interested these are in representing both you and your case. It can be important to follow most of these steps to actually hire a company that has the correct amount of experience to help you get the perfect outcome.
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Attorneys: Commercial Real Estate Attorney?
What Role Do Commercial Real Estate Attorneys Play In A Commercial Transaction? Are They Necessary? I Worked For A Commercial Real Estate Broker Briefly And Don'T Recall Ever Dealing With An Attorney. Do They Make More Money Than A Residential Real Estate Attorney? (I'M Going To Law School Next Year And Thinking About Focusing On Real Estate Law, As I Already Have A Real Estate Degree And I Like The Field). Thank You For Any Insights You May Be Able To Give.
You must be in a state where the closings are held without attorneys. The realty brokers write the contracts and the escrow company closes the sale.
A commercial realty attorney would be good to "craft" a purchase contract that would be specific to one piece of property. Better than a preprinted contract that an agent pulls out of a drawer.
Mostly the attorneys are used to clean up the problems that occur later. Suing sellers for undisclosed underground gasoline tanks; sinkholes; undisclosed easements.
And they are used to evict tenants. They appear in court so the landlord can stay at work.
Are There Any Lawyer Websites For Free?
I Need Legal Advice Asap But I Dont Want To Meet With My Lawyer And Have Him Say I Owe Him Money Bc I Dont Have Any Money. I Need To Talk To Someone And As A Few Simple Legal Questions Via Hotline Or Via Online Chat Either Way Via Free Please
This site basically offers any service/documents you would need. Has a lot of free info. Or just ask the question here at YA.
How Does One Become A Real Estate Lawyer In Toronto, On?
How Does One Become A Real Estate Lawyer In Toronto, On. After Completing High School. What Would Be The Process Be , What Program Should One Enroll In At University Or Is There A Particular University One Has To Attend, And How Long Does It Take To Become A R.E Lawyer
UPDATE: Gosh Penny you're right! I totally misread the question!! <blush>
To be any kind of lawyer, that's obviously law school, which means any undergraduate degree first, then apply to law school at university. It doesn't matter what your undergrad degree is, but you'll need 3 years of university (any university, any subject) before you can apply to law school. Since most people take 4 years to get a degree, most people decide to just do the extra 4th year and get an undergrad degree first, then go to law school, but some do go after 3 years.
Sorry for misreading the question!!
There's no university/college program == just a professional program. The first step is to study on your own for the entrance exam. The real estate board will provide you with the text book. Once you pass the exam, then you enroll in their courses.
They do this to weed out who's serious about getting started. I've tutored people for this exam, and it's not really that difficult, but you do have to work through and memorize the industry specific material.
Give me a few minutes, and I'll find you the link to the organization. :)
Added the link to the bottom. It's the "Ontario Real Estate Board" that does their own training/testing/certification.
Good luck! :)
Sued By An Insurance Lawyer, What Can Happen, Or Should I Get A Lawyer Or Just Not Pay?
I highly suggest getting a Pre-Paid Legal membership for $17 a month and having a top rated attorney in your state advise you as to what you options are and the best course of action. Besides a Pre-Paid Legal plan will be able to help you in a lot more aspect of life than being sued by an insurance lawyer. Here is the link to get a membership and than I can get you in contact with the attorneys in you state on Monday morning, Wednesday at the latest so they can advise you as to what to do.
What Are The Factors That I Should Look For When I Try To Hire A Dwi Lawyer?
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Unless you have some amazing circumstance in your case that a lawyer can get you off, hiring a DWI lawyer is a waste of time. All that will happen is you go first in court. You will get the same fines everyone else gets. Save yourself the time and money.
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I Was Involved In A Domestic Violence Situation And I Am The Victim. I Live In Oregon And Instantly When Something Like This Happens A No Contact Order Is Put On The Parties And They Can Have No Kind Of Contact What So Ever.. Which Is Difficult When You Have Been In This Relationship For A Very Long Time. My Question Is We Received The Paperwork Back From The Police And I Had Given A Verbal Statement That Day When Everything Happen To The Cops But What They Have Typed Out That I Said Has Some Discrepancies To What I Actually Really Did Say.. To The Point Where It Affects The Case.
It Says, &Quot;He Pulled A Knife Out On Me&Quot;
What I Really Said, &Quot;He Grabbed A Knife And Started To Stab The Wall&Quot;
He Never Threatened Me With The Knife... And Now He Has A Assault Domestic Violence Charge And He Never Even Hit Me, Beat Me, Put A Bruise On Me.. Never Said He Was Going To Hurt Me With The Knife.. Nothing Like That..
How Can I Fix This? Do I Have To Get A Lawyer? Or Should I Just Talk To The Lawyer The State Gave Him To Represent His Case?!?!
Can I Get Perjury Put On Me.. I Didn'T Give A False Statement The Cops Just Wrote Down The Wrong Thing... They Didn'T Write What I Said...
If you say "he grabbed a knife and started to stab the wall" and you were in the general vicinity, a judge could view that as threatening behavior which, in many jurisdictions, is all you need to establish domestic violence. Oftentimes the domestic violence laws can result in restraining orders if the respondent commits a physical assault, sexual assault, criminal threatening, property damage, false imprisonment (eg. prevents you from leaving), stalking or harassment.
Talk with a lawyer, call the domestic violence hot-line, go to a law school legal clinic if one is nearby, speak with a member of the clergy or go over this with a therapist or mental health counselor. They can all help out and give you much better suggestions on where to go from here.