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Recent Grad W/ Ba In English: Advice About Law School?
I Am A Very Conflicted Recent Graduate With An Enlish Major. I Realized That There Is Not Much To Do With A Ba In Eng. And From Research Online And Heresay I Am Leaning Towards Entering Law School. However, I Have Always Been Interested In Fashion And Magazines But I Want A Well Paying Job In The End (Student Loans!). I Also Don'T Live An Area (I Live In Connecticut) That Has A Lot Of Opportunities For Someone Interested In Fashion. What Should I Do? I Need Serious Advice, Feedback, Personal Experience. Just Serious Responses Please. Thanks.
Law school is very expensive and it would take you awhile to get through school and you have to pass the bar. There is this really good fashion school in NYC. You should probably think about relocating to somewhere where fashion is big like California or NYC or Florida. Its a very good price. Other fashion schools are way expensive. You should check it out.
You should go to the careerbuilder website and see about jobs in the fashion. Usually to work in fashion you have to have some type of work/ or school experience in fashion.Unless that is your very very knowledgeable about fashion.
Good luck! I hope you find something!
Is This A Normal Contract For Attorney'S Fees In A Settlement?
We Are Filing A Lawsuit Against A Big Pharm Company Related To Our Son'S Birth Defect. The Attorney Sent Over A Contract And It States That The Attorney Will Receive 35% Of Any Settlement (I'Ve Read That This Is Pretty Close To Standard) And &Quot;Client Understands That The Client Is Giving Up At This Time To The Attorneys The Amount Stated Above, And That Such Percentage Is Of The The Total Recovery Or Settlement Before Any Costs, Expenses, Or Disbursements Are Deducted And Client Understands That All Costs, Expenses, And Disbursements Are Paid Out Of The Client'S Portion Of The Recovery, And Not Out Of The Attorneys' Portion.&Quot;
Does This Mean That After They Take 35% I'Ll Still Have A Large Bill For Their Services? Is This A Standard For Personal Injury Claims? Any Advice Would Be Appreciated.
The attorney will EITHER work for a percentage of any settlement OR for a fixed or hourly fee. That said, court fees and expenses related to the case are in addition to the attorney's 35%. You MAY have a bill above the 35%, but it will not be for their services. I suggest discussing likely fees with the attorney BEFORE signing the contract. If they can't/won't explain this to your satisfaction, you shouldn't hire them.
Property Lawyer Or Major!!! Have A Law Question...?
Aaron Conveys By Deed Fee Simple Absolute Title To A Parcel Of Real Property To John, Jane And Susan As Joint Tenants With Right Of Survivorship. John, During The Lifetime Of All The Joint Owners, Transfers His Interest In The Property To Carol. After John’S Transfer To Carol, Jane Dies And Wills Her Interest In The Property To Barbara. After Jane’S Death, Susan Dies And Wills Her Interest In The Property To Stewart. Who Are The Owners Of The Property, And In What Proportion And Form Of Ownership? Explain How Each Person Got Their Interest In Full Detail And Who Ultimately Ends Up With Interests In The Property.
A. John, Jane and Susan - joint tenants with right of survivorship (JTWROS). At this point, they have equal interests in the property (therefore, each owns 1/3 of an interest).
B. John deeds property to Carol; destroying JTWROS between the 3 of them, but Jane and Susan still own their shares with JTWROS and John's interest is now as a tenant in common with the other two (ownership is now John as tenant in common with 1/3 interest and Jane and Susan as JTWROS with 2/3 interest).
C. Jane dies. Her interest now goes to Susan because of the JTWROS. It doesn't matter what the will says. So, now ownership is John with 1/3 interest and Susan with 2/3 interest as tenants in common;
D. Susan dies. At the time of her death, she owned her original interest + Jane's interest. Susan bequeaths property to Stewart. So, she bequeathed her 2/3 interest in the property;
E. Final owners are John with 1/3 of an interest and Stewart with 2/3 of an interest, as tenants in common.
See this for explanation:
A Legal Question Regarding Child Support & Alimony In Florida?
My Husband And I Married When He Was 33 And I Was 21. We Have Been Married Almost 17 Years And Both Have Been True To The Marriage. We Have 2 Boys 8 & 15.
My Husband Was The Sole Provider Or Our Household. While We Were Married, I Tried To Return To College Twice And Also Quit 2 Part Time Jobs Because With His Job, He Could Never Commit To Being Home Any Specifc Days To Help With Our Children. We Live Far From Our Family & We Couldn'T Afford To Pay For A Sitter For The Many Long Hours That I Would Need To Be Gone To School. Most Importantly, I Couldn'T Do That To Them. He Promised Me That When Our Youngest Was Old Enough I Could Take Time To Do Whatever I Want. (School, Work, Hobby)
My Hubby Lost His Job 1 1/2 Years Ago And Has Not Been Able To Find Work Since. He Has Gone Into A Deep Depression And Has Become Self- Destructive And It Has Hurt Our Family.
I Have Begged & Pleaded And He Will Not Seek Help. He Has Lately Become Unpredictable And Has Been Making Very Bad Decisions For Our Family Unit.
His Frustrated With Himself And Constantly Takes It Out Of Me. I Have Asked Him To Work With Me As A Team To Dig Our Way Out Of This Mess We Are In, But He Refuses Saying He Can Handle Things.
As I Write This, I Have No Money In My Pocket. I Have Sold Everything Of Value I Have On Ebay. Even Sold My Wedding Ring In Desperation To Pay The Bills Last Week.
Other Than Taking Up Hooking Or Bank Robbing, I Dont Know How I Am Going To Make It.
I Have Finally Told Him That I Want A Divorce & That I Cant Take Any More. Thank God That I Have Parents That Are Willing To Help. They Are Comming To Get Me & The Boys In 2 Weeks After School Is Out For The Year. They Have Already Loaned Us Ober 10,000 And I Dont Feel Right Asking Them To Help Out Any More Financially.
We Will Be Selling Our Home & Other Property And Will Each Get About 100,000.
My Question Is: How Do I Determine What To Ask In Child Support When He Isnt Currently Working? Do I Consider His Past Earing History And Now And Then Divide Ot Out Somehow?
Also, Do I Have The Right To Ask Him For Rehabilitative Alimony? He Promised Me That If I Would Wait, He Would Help Me Get Through School. I Need To Especially Now To Support The Boys.
Will The Court Award Alimony Whe He Is Not Currently Working, But Has Earned Well In Th Past? If So , How Did I Calculate How Mmuch To Ask For?
I Really Appreciate Anyones Input As I Can Not Afford An Attorney. I Never Thought My Lifewould Wind Up Like This. Thank You So Much!
You do not determine the amount of child support - the courts do. There is usually a minimum amount that he will have to pay even if he isn't working. Depending on your state laws will determine if you get alimony or not. Once you move to your parents look in to local legal aid the usually have low to no cost attorney's that can help you with all of this
Does Any Know An Good Traffic Lawyer In Philadelphia?
I Have 3000$ Worth Of Traffic Tickets And I'M Looking For A Good Traffic Lawyer To Chop It Down
Since you are looking only to get a lawyer to chop it down, I assume you are actually guilty of the violations. If so, it may not be worth hiring a lawyer. If you have no defense to the tickets, they aren't likely to take much off the fines. Then, when you add the lawyer's fee back in, you may wind up paying pretty much the same amount anyway.
Now, it would be a different matter if you have a good case that you shouldn't have gotten most of the tickets. If a lawyer can demonstrate that you have a serious defense, then you can probably get the fines reduced significantly, and it makes a lot of sense to hire someone to do that. But if you are just hoping to get a discount on tickets you deserved, save the money you would have paid to a lawyer and work out a payment schedule.
This may not be what you wanted to hear, but I hope it helps.
Immigration Attorney---How Likely Are They To Be Successful?
I'M Very Close With One Of My Older Nieces, Who Is In Her Mid20s. She Has Been Married To A Very Sweet Hispanic Man For 4 Years And They Have 2 Children Together.
He Is Not Legal, And I Think Its So Very Sad Because He Has Very Big Dreams And A Lot Of Talent At Different Things But He Is Unable To Put Them To Use. Hes A Very Hard Worker And Working A Tough Job For Little Money To Help Support His Family....
I Recently Inherited A Large Sum Of Money From My Great-Grandfather, And Was Wondering.......I Know Immgration Attorneys Are Very Expensive. If I Got One For My Nieces Husband, Would That Make It Easier For Him To Be Legal? Or Would I Just Be Throwing My Money Into A Black Hole? Id Love To Make Their Lives More Comfortable And Easy...
Is he a visa overstayer or really illegal? If he is a visa overstayer your niece can (and should have) sponsored him for a greencard long ago. If she doesn't earn enough for the income requirement you could be the financial cosponsor.
If he came illegally into the US he will have to leave at some point and get something called I-601 waiver in order to come back. This is the process where an immigration lawyer is really advisable. If you go for this, you should make sure that whomever you pay has a lot of experience with this particular process. There are chances to get him legal, but it's not guaranteed.
I'd recommend that you and also your niece and husband spend some serious time understanding the legal situation. This can include consulting with one or several immigration lawyers. Some give a free first consult. This should give you a much better idea what is and what should be going on, and it will also allow you to judge the immigration lawyer you choose eventually (not everybody is competent). Look up AILA lawyer, that should give you a shot at finding a decent one.