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Best Country For Lawyer?
Im From Pakistan And Student Of Llm. Here Is No Future For Lawyers . I Wanna Go Any Other Good Country Where Is Easy Process To Go And Get Good Job And Low Expenses Plz Guide Me.
It's definitely NOT the United States. There is a huge glut in the legal field here with thousands of lawyers unemployed and unable to get a job. Lawyers are a dime a dozen. Going to law school in the U.S. is very expensive and graduates are not likely to find a job with a law firm for many years. There is absolutely NO future for lawyers in the U.S. About the only jobs that lawyers can get are as "contract" lawyers doing research for minimum wage.
My Boyfriend Killed His Friend During A Drunk Driving Accident. Will He Go To Prison? If So, How Long?
Drunk Driving Accident
Depends upon way too many factors to even guess: what state, prior record, circumstances of the crash, circumstances of the testing and arrest, whether there are other aggravating or mitigating factors, prior record, but mostly: how good is his lawyer?
In MA, for instance, only one in five drunk drivers arrested gets convicted, let alone jail time, provided they hire the "proper" lawyers. Until recently vehicular homicide in MA was a misdemeanor, as in "Oops, I guess I killed somebody with my car; where do I pay the fine?"
Does Anyone Understand The New Rotating Timeshare Custody Laws?
I Have A 4 Month Old Son, And Have Just Been Served From His Fathers Attorney With Papers Regarding Custody. Basically He Wants To Pay Subsidized Child Support And Take Him Every Other Week. We Have Never Lived Together And He Never Came Around The Whole Time I Was Pregnant. I Despise This Man. Anyway, I Have Already Hired A Lawyer But Does Anyone Know How Likely It Is That He Will Get The 5050 Timeshare, To My Knowledge The Laws Changed Last Year And Fathers Have More Rights. I Live In Florida. I Need Reassurance I Can'T Possibly Go A Week At A Time Without Seeing My Baby!
With a few custody battles (some ugly) in my extended family, I can say that each case is differently handled with each different judge. I do know most judges favor the mother's requests since most agree that a very young child needs his mother regardless unless she's proven to be unfit.
If you are going to contest his request at joint custody, you may need to go as far as to prove that he is unfit to have your son during that week.
Start by keeping a journal. Indicate all times when the father refuses to meet any needs of the child- this can be financial or otherwise. Also try to find proof of the times that he wasn't 'there' during the pregnancy. (Although this can backfire if you yourself refused him access while you were pregnant). Try to find witnesses of ppl who knew personally that he wasn't involved. Hearsay won't work.
Keep a record of how much monies he's paid. He may try to indicate he is paying more than he really is for him to seek subsidized payments. He may be trying to say he cannot afford it. Remember though, his lawyer may have already told him the same thing about keeping a journal. For him it would be if you refused him visitation rights etc etc.
Also your lawyer should try to work on an angle as to how unhealthy it can be for a child to be coshared with living situations such as per week.
Perhaps try to be okay with compromising and having the father have him every other weekends and a few hours during the week. (This happened to two males of my extended family - and both wanted joint custody but they lost and only got every other weekend with a few hours on wed./thurs.).
In the meantime if the judge stipulates visitation hours for the baby father - try to comply as much as possible. You want to be in the judges favor and by being in contempt of court isn't going to get you there.
I wish you luck but I also know there can be two sides to a story. Perhaps the father has had a true change of heart. So... I encourage you to try to work things out between you two legally (this means finding a compromise of visitations) for the sake of your child. Just never know, maybe the father does want to bond with his child.
How To Become A Civil Rights Lawyer?
I Want To Become A Civil Rights Lawyer. What Would I Need To Be Major In At College To Be One?
Also I'M Almost Done With My Two Years Of Community College Would That Look Good.
And How Long With Law School Take?
You need a bachelor's (four-year) degree to enroll in an ABA-accredited law school. The specific undergraduate major is not particularly important, because you can learn about different fields of law in law school and pursue appropriate activities in that regard. Common undergraduate majors include history or political science, but you should not overlook the possibility of an accounting degree or other business degree. There is an oversupply of lawyers now, and you may want to have some training in a field which you can fall back on. The law school course is three years. Good luck.
Legal Separation - Title Transfer?
My Parents Are Getting A Legal Separation.
I Live In The Uk And Was Wondering Whether Title Transfer (My Home) Is Possible. I'M 15. How Old Does The Child Have To Be For The Title Transfer To Be Possible?
Legal separation is a legal process by which a married couple may formalise a de facto separation whilst remaining legally married. A couple may obtain a legal separation, as an alternative to divorce, based on moral or religious objections to divorce. Legal separation does not automatically lead to divorce. A couple may reconcile, in which case they need do nothing in order to remain married. If they do not reconcile, and wish to divorce, they must file for divorce explicitly. There are several reasons why a couple might seek a mensa et thoro separation. In some regions, it can be difficult to get a full divorce, but if the spouses are already separated a mensa et thoro, the judge may decide to grant a full divorce.
Unmarried Custody Rights?
I Am Pregnant And I Am Wanting To Know What My Rights Are As An Unmarried Single Parent? What Are The Father'S Rights?
We Are Currently In A Bad Situation And Will No Longer Be Together. I Am Considering Moving To Canada ( I Am Also A Canadian Citizen, He Is Not) To Be With My Family During My Pregnancy And Birth. Would He Have Any Rights As A Non-Canadian Citizen? What Would Happen If I Gave Birth In The State?
What Type Of Attorney Should I See About This?
It is in your best interest to go back to Canada NOW and giving birth to the baby in Canada. It will make it much harder for the father to gain any sort of custody or visitation. And Canadian courts may not be willing to let the child go to the United States for visitation when there is a possibility that the father may not return the child. You can do this legally now as he cannot get a court order forcing you to stay in the United States BEFORE the baby is born. BTW, if you are too late in your pregnancy to fly home, go Greyhound or take the train (Greyhound is faster), or drive.
Also, until he goes to court and files for his rights through a dna paternity test, he has no rights at all. And he can't force you to let him attend any of the baby exams/scans or even the child's birth (he couldn't even do that if he was married to you) because it is your body and you have the right to privacy. You also have the right to move as you please because you weren't married to him, although some courts recently have tried to restrict that.
And if you do give birth in Canada, your ex is going to have to come to Canada to get his visitation and he won't be permitted to take the child back to the U.S. Also, if he refuses to pay child support and you manage to get him arrested for that and possibly imprisoned, that will make it almost impossible for him to come to Canada to exercise his visitation.
By the way, if you do give birth in the United States, he would probably be able to force you to let the baby live in the United States (so he would have his visitation), even if you had to go home to Canada yourself. That is legal so it is most important that your baby be born in Canada. Then an American judge can't make you stay in the U.S. with the baby for the next 18 years.
I suggest that since you are Canadian, you pick up and move back home NOW. That would be best and the baby would have Canadian citizenship. Don't tell your ex that you are going as he may try to stop you (not that he can legally, but he may try anyway)...and don't tell him where you are going. Pack up all your goods and ship them off when he isn't home and then follow yourself. Make sure you have your mail forwarded to your family in Canada. And don't forget to close any joint bank accounts and credit cards, and shut down any utilities that were either jointly or solely in your name.
So come back to Canada, give birth there, and then retain a pro-mother family law lawyer to go to a Canadian court to assert your sole legal and residential custody of the child. When your ex tracks you down and hires a lawyer to go after his paternity, then it is time to worry about visitation and child support (don't raise it until he does). But first he has to find you...and when he does, make sure that you notify the Canadian government that he is not to be issued a passport for the baby.