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Which Type Of Lawyers Specifically Defend Victims Of Domestic Violence?
I Am Possibly Interested In Pursuing This Field Of Law. Would A Person Need To Go Into Criminal Law, Family Law?

First off, victims aren't really "defended." They're not being accused of anything, other than the usual "blame the victim" routine.

Family law deals with abuse situations most commonly. "Domestic violence" is occurring with someone like a family member or intimate partner. So issues most commonly revolve around divorce, restraining orders, child custody, child abuse, etc.

On the criminal side, some people in the prosecutor's office tend to specialize in domestic violence cases. But in those instances, they're prosecuting the abuser for the abuse. The victim is just a witness.

Regardless of what you want to pursue, you first need to get into law school, and complete the mandatory first year curriculum, which is pretty broad. After that you can worry about focusing on things like family law, or perhaps criminal law, etc.

At least at the moment, there's also a growing field of elder law, as the baby boom generation gets older. More and more people are needed to aid with issues the elderly encounter. And a lot of that can be various forms of abuse as well. You'll see some prosecutors increasingly focus on that area as well, such as scams of the elderly... which sometimes come from within the family.

What Are The Steps To Being A Real Estate Lawyer Or Attorney?

It's not so difficult. First you complete your B.A. or B.S. Then you go to law school. It helps if you take some courses in law school that focus on real estate, for example: Real Estate Transactions, Land Use, Real Estate Litigation. Do your best in law school and then apply to a firm with a real estate practice group and express an interest in that practice. Even taking the courses is not comletely necessary, just that you do well in law school - which takes hard work and dedication. Good luck.

Does Anyone Have A Copy Or Site Where I Can View A &Quot;Cost For Undertaking&Quot; Appellant Document Sample?
I Am Handling My Own Case In Oregon Because Decent Legal Representation Out Here Is Pretty Non-Existent. The Defense Is Filing An Undertaking For Costs Pleading With The Appeals Court To Try And Have My Case Dismissed. I Have Yet To File My Briefs Because I Am Awaiting My Motion To Be Granted In My Transcription Fees Being Waived And My Extension On Filing My First Briefs. I Have Explained To Defense Counsel That When I File My Transcription And Briefs That I Will Be Filing The Cost Of Undertaking, But This Is A Real Nasty, Unethical Attorney, Who In The Beginning Removed The Cases From Small Claims To Circuit Court, Then When We Had The Trial, There Was No Jury. Yes, Oregon Is A Very Screwed Up Place To Seek Justice. The Folks Out Here Are Undereducated, But Mostly Corrupt In Proper Procedures. Anyone Who Has A Copy Or Sample Of What Needs To Go Into An Undertaking For Costs, Please Email Me. Thanks.

This is usually controlled by specific Court Rule No. on procedures; go to your court rules on-line, or FindLaw.com to look up the requirements of whats supposed to be in that document. If you are post-filing (appeal, e.g., after costs), list everything you expended from copies, ink cartridges, parking fees, legal fees, etc., to get to where you are. If its pre-filing, estimate brief pages and number of copies required, resources to be expended (Lexis, West Law, legal research, etc.). You can always amend if you are pre-filing, so guess on the high side. If you are in Appeals Court, I presume you have a record of all expenditures in the lower court, count every single brief, motion, opposition, number of copies, postage, etc. (I would use the Court Clerks record of pleadings to review the list!). If you are pro se you can't add your time costs unless your are a public interest litigant (i.e., constitional case that affects others). Check out self-help how-to web site Legal Support Services.USA for pro se assistance. Good luck! http://www.angelfire.com/planet/emailatt...

Where To Find A Free Lawyer To Take Case? In San Jose, Ca?
Where To Find A Free Lawyer To Take Case?

The free lawyer is in the building next to the free cars, across from the free ice cream stand.

Why would you expect any professional to give you the means of their making a living?

You CAN, of course, obtain the services of an attorney without cost to you if you have been charged with a crime and cannot afford an attorney. The court will appoint an attorney to represent you.

And you can obtain the services of an attorney by signing a contingency fee contract as a plaintiff in a civil lawsuit, if...a very big "IF"...the attorney thinks the case is winnable and the defendant has sufficient assets to pay the judgement.

Do You Need A Lawyer To Give A Baby Up For Adoption?
Do You Need A Lawyer? What Is The Process? Don't Know Who To Consult.

Dear Sabrina:
You don't have to have a lawyer to place a baby, but you do need the opportunity to speak to one about ANY questions you might have about the adoption.

When we did our son's adoption, I told our attorney to give our son's first mom an opportunity to ask her any questions in private, with confidentiality. When we were signing the papers, I signed mine, and hugged her, and left her with the attorney, literally, in the office (baby's dad was there too, to make sure she was alright).

There are some ways to change your mind after signing, which vary from state to state. In some states, you have to wait until the baby is born, then sign, and it's final. Other states have from a few hours, to 30 days. If you do change your mind, there's a specific way to do it. If that way is not followed, you'll give up your chances. In our state, the person changing their mind about the adoption has to go to the clerk's office in the county the adoption was signed in, and in writing put the paperwork in.

There was a woman in Florida, who in the last few minutes, changed her mind, went and actually picked the baby up, and then didn't file the paperwork and lost custody to the adopting parents.

You can hire an attorney on your own, or the adopting parents can pay for your own attorney, or since an attorney cannot legally lie about the law, you can ask to have some alone time with the attorney handling the paperwork, or you might qualify for legal aid. I would not recommend an attorney with a big ad specializing in adoption, because they get paid big bucks by adoptive families, and their ultimate goal is to place babies, and they can be coersive.

There are many good people who wish to adopt. Make sure that you know you have legal rights to see their home study, to meet them, to see the house they live in, and even to meet their entire extended family. If they don't think that's a good idea, then say it isn't, and move on to someone else to adopt your child. Make sure you get information from them, such as their full name and date of birth, so you can find them later on.

Keep a copy of every piece of paper in a safe place. I'd photocopy them, and put a copy in a safety deposit box, especially the identifying information, so that way, you'll always have it when you reunite with your child. Also, it's a good idea to have the address where the child will be in the event that you might have to add medical history to their file, such as cancer, high blood pressure, depression, etc. It's very important to have that information available.

Good luck, and make sure you are 10000% comfortable with your decision. You can also place a temporary guardianship of the child for a couple of weeks, before signing the paperwork, so that way, you'll have an extended time to make sure your mind is made up. I wouldn't recommend more than 2 weeks, because the child needs stability, and bonding time.

Who Is Portland Oregon'S Best Criminal Lawyer?

Jackie Childs