Finding An Experienced Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will recognize that there are loads of lawyers in your area that advertise that they can focus on your type of case. This could make the process of finding one with a great deal of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, should you follow the tips below it is possible to limit your research to the right one out of almost no time. The first step is to generate a list of the lawyers that are 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 a great vibe about according to their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by using a bit of time evaluating their website. There you will be able to find the number of years they have been practicing and some general specifics of their success rates. At this moment your list needs to have shrunken further to people which you felt had professional websites as well as an appropriate level of experience. You ought to then make time to search for independent reviews of every attorney. Make sure you browse the reviews rather than just relying upon their overall rating. The information from 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 focusing on. Finally, you will need to talk to at the very least the last three lawyers which have the credentials you are interested in. This will give you enough time to genuinely evaluate how interested they may be in representing you and the case. It can be important to follow every one of these steps to actually hire a company which has the proper amount of experience to obtain the best possible outcome.
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New Mexico Attorney General Child Support Enforcement Agency?
My Husband Was Taken To Court By The New Mexico Attorney General On A Child That His Ex-Girlfriend Had And Claimed He Was The Father. Paternity Was Ordered And Indeed He Was The Father Of The Child. My Hubby Has Been Paying Child Support Through The New Mexico Attorney General Since Dec 2005. It Is Now May 2007 And My Hubby Just Received A Letter From The New Mexico Attorney General Stateing They Were No Longer Enforcing Child Support Or Medical Support For This Child. My Hubby Called The New Mexico Attorney General Because Come On We Clearly Thought There Was A Mistake. The New Mexico Attorney General Stated That They Closed The Case Due To The Custodial Parent Not Corroperating With Them About This Case. My Hubby Was Told He Still Needs To Pay His Child Support But That They Would Not Be Taking The Payments Or Logging Them. He Was Told To Pay Her Directly. He Asked For Her Address So He Could Do This And They Said They Couldn'T Give Him That Info..Omg What Do We Do?
File something with the court! There has to be a court order. You can find the case number through www.nmcourts.com if you don't have it readily available.
You really need to talk to a lawyer about this. Where are you in New Mexico? If you're low income, NM Legal Aid has offices all around the state and, if you're not, then maybe the State Bar Association (1-800-876-6227 and 1-505-797-6000) can help you.
The state bar has a website at www.nmbar.org that has a lawyer finder service.
Can I Cancel My Divorce In Court?
I Am A Petitioner, My Wife Kept 64K Of The Sale Of The House, She Still Wants Spouse Support.
I Don'T Have An Income To Do That. Can I Cancel In Court The Divorce? And What Are The Consequences?
She Is 68 Yrs. Never Worked. I Am 56 I Worked. We Were Married For 30 Yrs.
you can stop the divorce since you started it,unless her lawyer did what my lawyer did when i was sereved papers.
he filed a counter suit,so if my ex tried to stop the divorce(which she tried) the divorce stil went thru on my conter suit
you two decide of there is to be sposal support thru your lawyers,it is all negotiable
my ex tried to get 1000.00 alimony for life back in 1990,by negotiation i got it down to 200.00 per month for a year. it is all about negotiation
Getting Into Law School?
I Need Some Tips On Getting In! What Is A Good Major? What Is A Good Score On The Lsat'S? What Is The Best Gpa That I Should Not Go Below. I Could Really Use Some Advice Of The &Quot;Been There Done That&Quot; Sort.
I want to echo some of the comments made by the person above me. Your major doesn't really matter. A very challenging major (like math or science) might give you an edge if you're already competitive at a school and certain majors like so-called "pre-law" or criminal justice are usually considered undesirable.
A perfect LSAT score is 180. The test is curved, so how many questions you can miss and still get a 180 varies by each examination, but usually 1 to 3 questions. As for what constitutes a good score, that really depends on the law schools you want to attend. For the top 14 schools, you would ideally have a 98-99th percentile LSAT score (170-ish+). For top 50, a 165+ is really helpful. As for GPA, that varies by schools, too. I would like to disagree with the person above me on this point: you can have below a 4.0 and get into Yale, Harvard or Stanford Law. It gets exponentially harder below a 3.8, yes, and a 4.0 certain helps, but these schools often take people in the 3.8 range and Harvard has accepted people as low as 3.6, but it's uncommon. For really any other law school, a 3.5-3.6 is fine, but what you'll need on the LSAT score will change. Some schools in the top 14 do take people with GPAs around 3.0 or even lower, but they all have high LSAT scores to balance it out.
To keep your options open, try not to let your GPA slip below 3.5. You can still get into an amazing school, but some schools will just be closed off you to below that point. As for your LSAT, aim as high as possible, of course, but a 170+ score can get you into some fine schools.
If In A Accident With Someone Who Has The Same Insurance Should You Hire A Lawyer?
Same insurance company has nothing to do with it.
Keep in mind that hiring a lawyer will typically cost you 1/3 of any recovery if on contingency, or thousands if paying cash up front. Very few accidents require a lawyer, unless you are really, really unhappy with the insurance adjuster's settlement, suffered serious bodily injury or feel that you are being grossly shorted in a way that would merit incurring the steep legal costs.
If an accident is all it was - just negotiate with the insurance adjusters yourself. Even if you are a few hundred bucks unhappy, it won't be worth a lawyer.
What Does An Abandoned Decision With Legal Aid Mean?
I Have Just Been Informed By The Legal Aid Board That My Wife'S Claim For Legal Aid For Our Divorce Has Been Abandoned. Can Anyone Tell Me What This Means Please.
I can't tell what someone else is thinking, but it sounds like your wife either no longer wants legal aid, no longer wants a divorce, or missed a deadline to produce financial information.
In A Foreclosure, If Your Not Trying To Save Your House, Do You Need Legal Representation.?
I Cant Pay The Mortgage And Need To Walk Away, But Can I Do This And Get The Same Results As I Would If I Have Representation.
I would recommend consulting an attorney who is familiar with foreclosure alternatives. In some states, you can be held responsible for the deficiency if the home sells for less than the outstanding loan value. You might have a better outcome pursuing a short-sale, where the bank accepts less than the outstanding value of the mortage, or a deed-in-lieu-of-sale, where you give the deed back to the bank without need to go through a legal action.
Although these options will still damage your credit, it may have less impact than a foreclosure. Additionally, in either of these cases, you need to make sure that you are protected against a deficiency judgment.