Finding A Skilled Lawyer Irrespective of what your legal needs are you will notice that there are numerous lawyers in your area that advertise they focus on your form of case. This will make the procedure of finding one with a lot of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, if you follow the following it will be easy to define your quest to the correct one out of very little time. The initial step is to produce a selection of the lawyers that happen to be listed in your area specializing in your needs. While you are causeing this to be list you ought to only include those which you have an excellent vibe about according to their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down if you take a bit of time evaluating their webpage. There you must be able to find the number of years they are practicing and a few general specifics of their success rates. At this time your list must have shrunken further to those which you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate amount of experience. You need to then spend some time to check out independent reviews for each attorney. Be sure to read the reviews rather than relying upon their overall rating. The data in the reviews gives you a solid idea of the way that they communicate with their clientele and the length of time they invest into each case they are concentrating on. Finally, it is advisable to meet with at the very least the very last three lawyers which may have the credentials you are searching for. This provides you with time to truly evaluate how interested they can be in representing both you and your case. It is vital that you follow many of these steps to actually hire a company which has the right degree of experience to help you get the perfect outcome.
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Rights With Logo Work?
I Started A Clothing Company With A Few &Quot;Friends&Quot; A Couple Months Back.. There Was Never Any Contracts, Or Nothing Legal Involved. Besides Getting The Name Licensed For Business, The Logos Were Never Registered. I Created The Logos And Some Of The Other Stuff Like The Website And What Not. And Then They Decided I Wasn'T Needed Anymore For Very Immature Reasons. They Kicked Me Out Of The Clothing Line, But Wanted To Keep My Logos. Since There Was No Formal Way Of Saying That The Logos Are Theirs, What Can Be Done About It? I Don'T Want Them Using Anything I Made, But It Seems Their Not Gonna Drop The Logos Anytime Soon. Do I Have Legal Rights For This?
Nothing enforceable – you will just end up making lawyers richer. Morally they might owe you a payment for the logos and website, but if the logos already form part of their business identity you are left without a leg to stand on. Difficult to accept but the best thing you can do is wish them well and walk away.
Who Is The Best Lawyer In Manila?
That will depend on the legal situation you will need a lawyer for.
There are criminal lawyers, lawyers specializing in taxation, political/election related issues (Romulo Macalintal is the most popular), etc.
Atty Katrina Legarda was always in the news, so she is tops, when she helped a lady who was raped.
The lawyers who defended Erap, as well as those who prosecuted him, are all A-1. Thus, lawyers Narvasa, Fortun, Simeon Marcelo, Theodore Teh, etc. They were on opposite sides of the fence.
In the senate, there are at least 3 lawyers who are considered tops, even by their peers. These are Senators Enrile, Mirriam Defensor-Santiago, and Ed Angara.
As for me, I normally consult with Lorna Kapunan, a tough lawyer you would always want to be on your side.
The best is for you to go to the top law firms to get the best legal advise.
My Lawyer Is Leaving His Law Firm. Is My Retainer Now Void?
I Signed A Contingency Retainer With My Attorney In A Personal Injury Claim. My Attorney Is Now Leaving His Firm And The Case Is Not Settled Yet. Do I Owe Him Any Money? Is The Contract Now Void? Can I Just Handle This Myself Now? He Is Offering To Turn It Over To His Partner To Handle.
It depends. The contract you signed maybe with the law firm vs the attorney. Many lawyers when they work in a firm have to pay a percentage of what they make to the firm. But in some cases when they leave, they take their business with them, or are prevented to take the cases if you signed in effect with the firm.
Since the case is not settled, you can either fire the lawyer or the firm that you signed on the contract. But;;;;;;be advised that in many contingency agreements, there maybe a clause that states that if you fire them or hire another lawyer, could be a "lien" on any settlement or they could bill you for costs that they incurred till you fired them.
The choice is up to you.
What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Hiring A Lawyer Vs. Doing It Yourself When Forming An Llc?
Also, Is It Possible To Fill Out All The Paperwork Myself, But Have A Lawyer Draft An Operating Agreement?
Advantages: definitely having all of your bases covered...
Disadvantages: paying a lot for something that's pretty simple to do yourself...
Suggestion?? If you're to the point of forming an LLC, you should have a lawyer on as 'consult'...you do a lot of the legwork yourself, but you save a ton of money, and you still have all of your bases covered. I've learned this from experience with my photography business.
Finding a lawyer is the hardest part...I'd suggest making a LOT of appointments with any business or business litigation lawyer in your area and simply going in for a free consult. They're all about equally adept to handle all of your needs, so you're really just looking for someone that you feel really comfortable with.
Best of luck to you!!
**Update** $200 is about right. It sounds intimidating, but it isn't really. It all depends on how much of the leg-work you're comfortable doing. I do just about all of the actual 'work' and have him review everything for me...I do this with client letters, promo materials, and studio contracts. Also, I handle everything with him via email & that's much cheaper...it's easier on him, too, b/c he can look at it at his convenience. A quick example: I drafted my studio contract; sent it to him; he sent it back within 24 hours with several changes; he charged $50 and has saved me *thousands* with the simple additions he made. Again, all business attorneys are kinda' equal, so just make sure you feel *really* comfortable with them...I really hope this helps, and congratulations on the business venture!!
Can Only One Person Change A Divorce Decree? Please Help And See Detail.?
Can Only One Person Change A Divorce Decree? Please Help And See Detail.?
I Was Divorced From My Wife Last Friday And The Next Day She Was Arrested For Dem Viol Against Me. Our House Is For Sale And I Had An Offer On It That I Know She Would Accept. She Will Not Contact Me Back About Or Anything Else Including Bills And Taking Now Her Dogs From Our Home That I Am Living In.
The Judgment States She Can Reside Here But Is Choosing Not To Which Is Better Anyways.
We Were Getting Along Fine Until The Arrest And Now I Think She Is Trying To Get Out Of The Divorce Judgment.
Can She? Not To Get Married Again But I Think She Now Has Decided It Isn'T Fair Or Something. I Don'T Know But It'S Fishy She Doesn'T Want To Close On This House Asap??? The Judge Signed Off On It But Is There A So Called 48 Hour Free Look Or Something Were It Can Be Voided???
Please Help. I Am Talking With A Lawyer Thursday But Was Wondering Now. It Has Me Stressing!
If a judge has signed a Decree of Divorce, the period during which a person can appeal a decree will depend on the state that you're in. In most states, a Decree will be final for all purposes after a period of time.
A decree can't be changed unilaterally. She might have a right to appeal the decree, but otherwise, once it is final, then she must abide by the terms of the decree also. Most decrees are also written in such a way that they operate to effectuate any transfer of property in the event that one of the parties refuses to cooperate.
Your lawyer is the one who can answer your specific questions. Since you have an appointment with an attorney, don't stress and discuss it with him/her.
Does Graduating From Law School Make You A Lawyer And Can You Offer Legal Advice To Someone In Another State?
I Asked A Family Member Who Recently Graduated From Law School To Review And Negotiate A Contract For Me. She Did So. She Has Not Taken The Bar Exam In Her State Nor In My State, I Signed This Contract Thinking She Was Already An Attorney Simply Because She Graduated From Law School, But Now I Find Out She'S Not Fully An Attorney Yet.
The Law Regarding This Type Of Contract States That A Attorney Is To Review It On My Behalf, And Now The Other Parties To This Contract Are Refusing To Invalidate The Contract.
Is She Allowed To Give Me Legal Advice And Help Negotiate A Contract For Me Although She May Not Fully Be A Lawyer And Is That Contract Valid, Now That It Has Been Signed, Etc. Or Is It No Longer Enforceable.
Pretty strange. Why did you sign the contract if you wish to have it invalidated? Anyway, you did receive legal advice from an accredited attorney. She MAY NOT practice law in the state where she resides until she passes the bar for that state, but she is qualified to render an opinion on a contract. You signed a legal contract and cannot weasel out of it as easily as you might wish. The contract is valid. That said, any contract can be invalidated. All you need do is fail to uphold your obligations in the contract, and it will invalidate it. You will however be held accountable for damages to the other party.