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Looking For A Lawyer Licensed In Us And Bahamas?
Im Looking For A Lawyer That Is Licensed In The Bahamas And The Us, It Doesnt Matter Which State In The Us Though. Any Suggestions? Thanks!

A U.S. lawyer can represent a U.S. citizen in the Bahamas. (John Travolta had his California attorney in court in Nassau.) Also, Bahamian lawyers can assist expats with whatever issues arise while they are in the Bahamas. (I don't know about Bahamian citizens being represented in the U.S.) To find law offices in Nassau or Freeport google "attorney Bahamas" and you will find plenty. The secretary answering the phone should be able to tell you if anyone has a dual license, or recommend someone that does. To get started, here is a list of Freeport offices:

Where Can I Find Legal Aid For Free?
I Want To Find Legal Aid Because I Want To See My Kids But My Ex Refuse To Let Me See Them,An I Need Help

what state are you in? usually you can go online and look up legal aid for your county. every county has one and if you qualify you get free legal advice, not representation. i suggest calling some family law lawyers in your area and explaining your situatiion, at the very least you will be able to get a free 30 minute consoltation which may give you some direction. i got lucky and after talking to several lawyers and getting turned down, i found one who was willing to take my case on pro bono. absolutely free. but the catch is you have to be willing to keep on pushing and making calls until someone takes your case. it will be frustrating, and depressing at times but its worth it. in my state of texas lawyers have to have so many hours of "community service" literally meaning helping the community and providing their services for free. its just find one. good luck to you!

Do Banks Have Insurance And Lawyers For When People Sue Them?
Thinking About Suing My Bank For Charging Me Insufficient Fund Fee. If They Have A Lawyer And Insurance That Covers Lawyers Fees Then It Wouldn'T Be Good To Sue Em. But If They Don'T They Might Cooperate When They See They'Re About To Be Sued And Paying A Lawyer Will Be More Than Just Giving Me My Money Back. I Feel Like Hey Stole My Money By Charging Me The Fees. When I Called The Bank The Staff Was Extremely Disrespectful. I Feel Pissed.

It's probably not with it unless the fees were very high. You could take the case to small claims court and operate pro se (act as your own lawyer). If you do, you had better have written documentation that the bank violated its own stated rules. If you agreed to terms when you opened an account, you are probably out of luck.

The bank might back down if you threaten suit and they want to keep you as a customer, although you don't sound like a customer they would be eager to retain.

I threatened a small suit once, though not with a bank. My claim was promptly settled though I got lucky because "The People's Court" was interested in televising the case and the other folks were plainly wrong. I had it all in letters and contracts.

You won't make any friends doing this. If the amount is less than $100, I'd let it go. Change banks if you can and if you really have to have some vengeance. "Feel like they stole my money" won't hold up in front of a judge, and disrespect, while never nice, carries no civil penalty.

Legal Question: Custody Issue?
I Gave My Husband (Who I Am Seperated From) Primary Custody Of My 2-Year Old Son Because At The Time I Did Not Have The Money To Hire A Lawyer And My Husband Had Me Cornered. I Have 50/50 Visitation, Meaning I Have Him Every Other Day/Night. I Am Seven Months Pregnant And I Want To Ensure That When The Baby Is Born That I Will Continue To See My 2-Year Old As Much As I Do Now. Do I Need To Have A Court Order To Do This Or Can I Get My Husband To Sign A Document Saying That The Situation Will Continue As It Is Now When The New Child Is Born? I Have Certainly Made My Share Of Mistakes But Want To Make Sure That Both Of My Children Lead A Fullfilling Life, And Losing Time With My Son Is A Heartbreaking Thought.

You do not say if the custody agreement that you have now has been filed with the court (which you/he would have to petition the court to change) if this is an agreement between you and him, the two of you can mutually change it. If no agreement can be made then it can be taken to court. Which the court will more than likely abide by what is already in place.

Either way the custody is only for the 2 year old.

Now your husband may move to get custody of the unborn child. But that is unlikely that he will get an order of primary custody of a newborn, unless you have some serious issues at the time of birth.

Why would he change your schedule once your child arrives??
In any case exercise your visitation rights and I wish the four of you well.

Probate Court???
Okay Try To Keep Short My 17 Yr Old Niece And 15 Yr Old Nephew Got Kicked Out Last Night, And Stayed With Us, Due To He'S Only 15 And Don'T Want To Get Into Trouble We Reported He Was With Us. We Don'T Talk To My Brother And Sister Inlaw, And They Won'T Talk To Us. Anyways She Told The Cops That She'S Going To Probate Court, Today And Will Call Him Back??? What Does That Mean, Does That Mean She'S Gonna Sign Off On The 15 Yr Old? God I Hope Not. And If So What Happens? His Sister Who'S 17 Can Get Thrown Out Leagally The Cop Said So, She Can Stay With Us. Just Some Info She Threw Her Oldest Out 3 Yrs Ago When She Was 16 And Never Was Alowed To Return, So This Woman, Well Ya Just Don'T Know. Thanks For Any Info In The Matter. I'M Very Concernd For The 15 Yr Old....

The probate court thing makes no sense, as probate court is for handling deceased persons estates.

She can apply to family court to get her child back, but if she does, you can apply to the courts for an order of guardianship for him. Given this woman's history and the fact that the child should be old enough to decide where he wants to be, it should be a snap. But you will need a lawyer

Unemployment Rates For Lawyers Uk?
Broad Question: What Is The Unemployment Rate For Lawyers (Solicitors) In The Uk (Mostly Looking At England And Scotland)? Or, If You Could Give Me The Average Employment Rate Instead, That Would Be Cool. I'M Comparing The Employment/Unemployment Rates Between The Us And Areas In The Uk, So Anything Helpful Would Be Appreciated!

it would be free for legal aid in the U.K.

information about your (and your partner’s) income and expenses (for example, wage slips, bank statements)
proof of any benefits you receive
details of any savings you have
your National Insurance number
If the legal adviser decides you are eligible for legal aid, they will make the application for you. If the legal adviser decides you are eligible for legal aid, you will start receiving legal help straight away.

not sure I understand the question. are you asking about unemployed for "solicitors" or Barristers, Barristers are nearly always self-employed. solicitors can be either. not sure. You could could try the 2011 Census for info for unemployment among solicitors.

Quarter 2 (Apr - Jun) 2011 Thousands (000's), not seasonally adjusted

ALL Total in employment1,3 Employees3 Self-employ...
"Standard Occupational Classification
(SOC 2010):" Full-time Part-time Total Full-time Part-time Total
Total 2 29,069 18,301 6,680 24,980 2,860 1,0...

241 Legal Professionals 186 113 16 129 49 * 56

2412 Barristers and judges 25 11 * 13 13 * 13
2413 Solicitors 117 71 10 81 31 * 35
2419 Legal professionals n.e.c.4 44 31 * 35 * * *

cannot copy paste it right this should be what your looking for