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Types Of Lawyers?
Pleez, No Dum Or Useless Answers. Also, Can You Tell How Much They Make?
There are basically two types of lawyers: barristers (litigators) and solicitors. Barristers spend most of their time in court arguing cases, whereas solicitors spend most of their time at the office conducting research and preparing documents for clients. Many graduates of law school decide not to practice law in the traditional way, and, instead, become in-house legal counsel for corporations, work for regulatory bodies or law enforcement agencies (such as the FBI), or do other legal-related work. Lawyers make anywhere from $30,000 to $3,000,000 per year, depending on many, many factors. Most lawyers probably make between $100,000 and $200,000 per year though.
Georgia Real Estate Law Question?
Georgia Real Estate Law Question
Hello I Bought A Condo About 2 Months Ago, They Are Now Talking About Closing The Community Pool, Can They Do This And If So Can I Take Them To Court To Get The Loss Of Values That Will Be Assessed. I Have Talk To An Agent And They Said It Would Drop My Value By Around $15,000.00 Thanks For Your Help.
As agents, we CANNOT answer or give LEGAL advice when it pertains to the law. I would most definately contact a Real Estate Attorney, and ask this question too. I personally feel that this didn't just pop up last month, if they are discussing the possiblity of closing the pool then there is a reason, and has probably been in the works for several months. Contact the seller's agent and ask if they were aware of this, and then contact an attorney. You may find an attorney on here, but make sure they know the law according to YOUR state that you reside in. I would think that there is a recoarse that you would have, but then again, I have personally experienced situations where I could not believe that the association was allowed to get away with what I thought was clear robbery! CALL A RE ATTORNEY!!
Good luck, and keep me posted please! I would be really upset myself if this was happening to me.
Father Passed Away. I Need Lawyer Help Regarding Life Insurance?
My Father Recently Passed Away And Was On Social Security Disability And Retired. He Was Only 46 And Legally Had A Domestic Partnership.My Dad Told Me That He Was Going To Get Life Insurance Just In Case Anything Were To Happen To Him My Family And I Would Be Taken Care Of. Problem Is, I'M Not Sure If He Did.So I Wanted To Know If There Was A Way For Me To Find This Out.I'M Just Worried That My Dad'S Gf Would Get Everything And I Wouldn'T Be Entitled To Anything. And I Know That My Dad Would Have Wanted Me To Be Compensated. I Feel That I'M Entitled. My Father And I Were Very Close.
Why in the world do you think you need a lawyer?
Whoever is named on the life insurance, gets the money - IF there is any life insurance. GF cannot intercept the money.
If GF is named beneficiary on the policy, then she gets the money, and you cannot get your hands on it, either.
Your feelings of entitlement do not matter in the least. All that matters, is what the papers said.
You'll be looking at shelling out $5,000 at least, to an attorney - and they'll be telling you the same thing.
I can tell you, though, that anyone who's disabled enough to qualify for SSDI is not likely going to find an insurance company willing to sell him a life insurance policy. I can also tell you that life insurance polices are NOT a matter of public record, and unless you are named executor of his estate (or administrator, if he had no will) by a judge, you will have no legal access to any possible information.
There's no website where you can pop his name in, and find out if he had life insurance. It's private information, protected by the privacy laws.
Can Legal Aid In Nc Help Me Get A Restricted License?
I Have Issues With My License, Meaning I Have To Pay About 2500 To Get It Back. I Need To Be Able To Drive To And From Work, What Can I Do?
You are going to have to talk with your local chapter of legal aid. Legal aid has been forced by local and Federal government to take restrictions on the types of cases they can handle. If you've received restriction of your license due to DWI, DUI, drug or other crimes your best bet is to pay the fines. You could try to look into working out a payment plan to pay on the fines but I do not suggest you get behind the wheel of a vehicle without your license being cleared.
What Happens In Family Court?
When There Is A Parent Who Is The Primary Custodian And Denys The Other Parent Their Visitation Rights For No Substantial Reason? How Does A Judge Determine Who Is Right And How To Enforce Their Agreement?
When you go into court the judge will ask both parties for thier sides of the arguement.. The judge will then ask each individual questions... After getting an overview of the situation the judge will determine if there was cause for denying visitation or not...
Once that is decided the judge will determine how best to reestablish visitation, whether it be supervised, through a court appointed mediator, ect...
Supervised visitation is pretty straight forward, a person the court appoints is present during the visits..
A court appointed mediator is someone who is charged with the job of making sure scheduled visits occur, most often the mediator will be someone who is present at the exchange of the child to make sure the child does go to visitation with the non custodial parent...
When in court you need to make every effort to remain calm, do not interupt your ex, his/her attorney, or the judge... There are bound to be allegations brought up that may not be true and may be extremely hurtful.. Address the allegations but don't jump up and yell things like "OMG you lying Biatch/bastard" or "I could kill you for saying that" ..... As you know allegations will be made take them in stride, the judge will allow you to address them, you just need to do it in the proper format.. So as not to cloud the issues with court room outbursts...
With your help and a cool head the judge will be able to sort through all the crap and find the truth of the matter more quickly
What Are 4 Examples Of Breaking A Civil And Criminal Law?
And What Are The Differances Between The Two?
Criminal law: contravening rules of statutes that are punishable by the state - e.g. homicide, assault, rape, theft.
Civil law: deals with disputes b/w individual parties, public entities and companies, either resulting in court orders (e.g. injunctions) or damages n being awarded to victims - e.g. battery, defamation, negligence, tresspass to chattels etc.
Example: If a person assaults you, this is in an indictable offense resulting in violation of criminal law, where that person is punished by the state. It does not, however, result in damages being awarded monetarily to the victim. Hence, that party sues the wrongdoer via the civil law system for trespass to person in the form assault, battery etc. to receive that compensation as a remedy e.g. pain and suffering, loss of earning capacity, etc.