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Lawyers Attorneys Adoption?
To Whom It May Concern,
My Name Is Megan. For The Last 4 Years I Have Been Looking For A Way That My Husband Can Adopt Our Two Boys From Previous Relationships.
My Husband And I Have Been Together For 9 Years And Married For 5. He Has Raised Our Boys From The Ages 1 And 3.
Neither Biological Father Has Been In Their Life'S. I Have Contacted Both, Who Have Willingly Agreed To Sign Over Their Rights.
We Do Not Have The $1500-$2500 Retainer Fee. We Would Be Lucky To Scrape Up A Few Hundred For A Guardian Ad Litem.
My Husband Is An Amazing Father. He Has Been A Dad When He Didn'T Have To Be. In This Day And Age Too Many Men Run Away From Their Children.
Then There Are Men Like My Husband. Who Has Devoted His Life To Two Boys, Not Because He Has To Or Because They Share His
Blood. Just Because He Loves Them And Wants Them To Have The Best Life He Can Give.
So Today I Am Taking The Last Step I Can Think Of And Writing A Request, A Request For Help. I Know There Is Someone Out There
Who Would Be Willing To Act As Legal Counsel For Little Or No Fee. Maybe Someone Who Is Willing To Make Payment Arrangements Or Just Give Us Some Advice On Our Options.
I Can'T Think Of A Better Christmas Gift For My Husband Or Our Boys Boys Than For Them To Be Able To Say That They Are Legally
Father And Son!
THE best way to find a lawyer is by word of mouth. Ask your: family, friends, coworkers, anyone you might know in the same situation, etc.
Call your local (usually county) bar association. Ask for names of attorneys that handle Adoptions. (If money is a BIG problem, you could also ask for the phone number of your local LegalAid office. - the attorneys at LegalAid are "real" attorneys, but sometimes in the field of Law, how much you are willing to pay does affect the quality you get.)
When you call the law office(s), insist on speaking with the Lawyer. Just tell the Secretary the main idea of your matter - do not tell all the little details of your matter to the Secretary - save the details for the Attorney. When you get the Lawyer on the phone line, ask him/her:
- Do they give FREE, initial consultations? (most do, but not all - you have to ask, don't assume)
- How much do they charge?
- Could you make payments on your account?
- Can they help you? OR Refer you to someone who can help you?
(This is based on my knowledge, information, belief, and life experiences. This was intended as personal opinion, and not intended to be used as legal advice. Seeking advice over the Internet is not a good idea - the field of Law is too complex for that. Please be careful and do your research.)
Lawson Loppi Or Ticket Pia Counter At Shinagawa?
I Will Be Arriving At Narita Airport T2 On The 25Th Of November At 6Am.
I Want To Purchase Mgmt Tickets From Ticket Pia But That Doesn't Open Until 10Am.
I Will Be Heading Straight To Kyoto On The Jr So Just Wondering If Anyone Could Please Tell Me If There Is A Lawon Loppi Or Ticket Pia Counter Close To Shinagawa Jr Station?
Or If There Is A Lawson Loppi At Narita Airport?
The Lawson at Narita if I remember doesn't have an ATM or Loppi machine. I'm also reluctant to say that there's a Loppi inside Shingawa because after checking their website, it doesn't have an ATM either. I'm not sure how much time you're going to have to transfer trains but why don't you just get them after you arrive in Kyoto?
Of course, if you want to double-check, I'd suggest you just call up the stores at Narita and Shinagawa (that's what I did when I was looking for something at Lawson).
Is There A Site That Reviews Lawyers?
Yes, avvo.com provides lawyer ratings and reviews of lawyers but I'm not sure how reliable the reviews are as they are often one sided and biased.
Family Solicitors In Coventry Leamington Nuneaton?
Would You Trust A Solicitors Practice That Sets Up Shop Less Than 150 Metres From Job Centres Just To Cash In On Legal Aid Certificates - Is That Just Taking The **** Out Of Hard Working Tax Payers!!!!
If we did not have legal aid I would anticipate we would loose 99% of our Solicitors overnight.
There are 2 types of justice inthe UK.
1 the poor dont pay, legal aid do it.
the workers cant afford it, and the courts are a no go area to them.
2 the rich pay their own way.
Are you complaining about civil or criminal law?
Are you getting a divorce or a defendant?
Question Regarding Prom Weekend At The Shore! Need Legal Advice!?
I'M Going To Shore Next Weekend After Prom With My Friends. We Rented A Very Nice Looking Shore House In Ocean City, Nj. Recently, However, The Landlord Of The House Told Us That A Man Living Across The Street Hates Kids And Called The Cops Repeatedly Last Weekend And Complained That The Kids Were Being Very Loud, When In Reality, The Kids Were Trying To Mind Their Own Business. They Did Bring Alcohol With Them, So When The Cops Got There, They Seized The Alcohol And Some Of The Kids Had To Go To Court...
So The Issue Is This... Is It Legal For The Man Across The Street To Lie To The Police By Saying We'Re Being Too Loud, Just So The Police Come There And Find The Alcohol And Ruin The Kids Weekend?
Are The Police Legally Allowed To Come Inside The House?
Somebody Please Help Me Out There
It is legal for the man across the street to call the cops if he thinks the kids are being too loud in his subjective opinion.
It is illegal for the kids to be in possession of alcohol.
It is legal for the cops to ruin the kids' weekend.
It is legal for the cops to come into the house if the kids let them in or if they have probable cause to believe that a crime is being committed, such as that there are kids in possession of alcohol.
BTW, the kids did not just "have to go to court." They were charged with offenses, conviction of which could prevent them from getting student loans or could even get any college acceptances withdrawn.
You kids can still have your party and just not drink. Then your only concern is the cops getting angry at the noise. You can also have a party without blasting your music. It's very possible to have fun without being drunk and playing loud music. Just a thought.
When And Why Did Drunk Driving Laws Start?
This Seems To Be A Rather Modern Occurrence. My Parents Tell That In The 70'S Some Cops Would Call For A Ride, Or Tell You To Be Careful If You Weren'T Too Far Gone. Now, No Cop In His Right Mind Would Let Someone Go. What Specifically Changed This? Was There A Major Lawsuit That I Missed?
Drunk driving has been a crime since there have been cars. It was not treated so seriously in the 1970s. There were several things that changed around then. In my town, a drunk who was told to go home, instead drove off and killed some innocent people. Another drunk died in his car after being told to sleep it off. Those sort of things then to have an affect, and then when it becomes serious in one town, that tends to spread to the nearby towns. I have no guesses how it changed in your part of the world.