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Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will find that there are countless lawyers in the area that advertise they concentrate on your form of case. This will make the entire process of finding one with significant amounts of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the following it will be easy to define your pursuit off to the right one in very little time. The first task is to produce a set of the lawyers which can be listed in your area focusing on your situation. While you are which makes this list you must only include those which you have a good vibe about depending on their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down if you take a bit of time evaluating their website. There you should certainly find just how many years they have been practicing plus some general information about their success rates. At this stage your list ought to have shrunken further to individuals which you felt had professional websites as well as an appropriate volume of experience. You should then make time to lookup independent reviews of each and every attorney. Make sure to browse the reviews rather than just depending on their overall rating. The information in the reviews gives you a sense of the way that they connect with the clientele and the time they invest into each case that they are working on. Finally, you will want to meet up with no less than the very last three lawyers that have the credentials you are looking for. This gives you time to actually evaluate how interested they are in representing you and the case. It is important to follow all of these steps to actually find someone containing the best degree of experience to help you get the perfect outcome.

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Anyone Know Anything On &Quot;Grandparents Rights&Quot; ???
I Am Needing To Know Where I Can Read Up On &Quot;Grandparents Rights&Quot; Anyone With Any Information Would Be Helpful....Thanks!!

The Grandparents Rights Organization is a national volunteer nonprofit organization founded in 1984 by founder and executive director, attorney Richard S. Victor. It has been qualified as tax-exempt organization under section 501 (a) of the Internal Revenue Code as an organization described in section 501 (c) (3). It’s purpose is to educate and support grandparents and grandchildren and to advocate their desire to continue a relationship that may be threatened with loss of contact or amputation, usually following: family acrimony; a child being born out of wedlock; the death of one of the child’s parents or the divorce of the grandchild’s parents.

Originally started in Oak Park, Michigan, the Grandparents Rights Organization (GRO) moved to Birmingham, Michigan where it remained until the national headquarters moved to its present location at 100 W. Long Lake Road, Ste. 250, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan 48304. The phone number is (248) 646-7191. In 1991 Newsweek magazine called GRO "the nation’s largest" organization of its type supporting the rights of grandparents.

Us Citizen Husband Refuses To Fix My Legal Status.Need Legal Advice Please. ?
I'Ve Been Married For Almost 6 Years And We Have A 5 Year Old Daughter .My Husband Promises He Will Fix My Legal Status So I Can Go To School, Work And Be Independent But He Still Hasn'T And I Am Completely Dependent On Him. I Don'T Drive Because I Don'T Have A License ,I Have Zero Control Over Finances And I Don'T Get Out Much. We Have A Lot Of Problems In Our Relationship And I Wish I Could Take My Daughter And Give Her A Better Life By Getting A Divorce And Moving On, But I Have No Way Out Or Family To Help Me.I Am Stuck And Feel Like I Can'T Do Anything To Protect My Self Or My Daughter. Is There Anything I Can Do To Fix My Legal Status? Where Do I Start? All Answers Are Highly Appreciated.

Do you mean you're here illegally, or you're a legal permanent resident and want to become a citizen?

If the former, there's not much you can do. And even if your husband wanted to "fix" your status, you'd still have to leave the country and re-enter legally--after a return penalty of years.

If it's the latter, you're still going to need proof that you would have enough support to avoid using government welfare. That either means getting your husband's sponsorship, or getting a job.

What Are The Fathers Rights?
What Are The Fathers Rights? The Mother And Father Are Unmarried And Not Seeing Each Other Anymore. The Mother Wants To Give The Child Up For Adoption Since She Does Not Believe In Abortion. She Does Not Want The Father To Have The Baby Either. There Can Be A Number Of Reasons Why A Mother Would Not Want The Father To Have The Child Either. What Do You Think?

First you'll get my opinion, then I'll discuss my understanding of any legal issues. Without knowing the mother's reasons, I will try to make my answer very general, and make some guesses about the situation.

Now for my personal opinion:

If there is something the mother dislikes about the father, remember that parenthood can bring on many changes in lifestyle and personality. Nature can take over and instinct can make a parent devote every effort to successfully raising the child. You can probably tell that I'm a father.

Now for my naive legal interpretation:

Legally it seems to me that the father would have a right to contest any adoption efforts in court. In most situations the courts should keep children with at least one of their biological parents.

Is the mother worried about being ordered to pay child support to the father? If this is the case, I think the mother can give up any parental rights, along with the financial responsibility. There is probably a local free legal services agency that could help work out any legal concerns like this.

The big picture:

The child's best interests are the most important thing here. If the father is willing to take on the responsibility, and is capable of providing a safe home, then the child deserves the right to grow up with the father. Usually children are better off with at least one biological parent. The mother, or any legal authority should do what is best for the child.

I Need Legal Assistance For 2 Items, A Bank Wont Release My Tax Refund And Eviction Because Of It?? Can U Help
My Refund Didnt Deposit Due To An Incorrect Acct#, My Landlord Agreed To Wait, Now I May Be Evicted.

this coffee whatever her name is chick is stupid. you put the wrong account number on your tax return - that's not a bank error. it's human people error.
listen I have been in banking and credit unions for 5 years.
when a deposit comes in and the account number is wrong the bank has to send the funds back to the original depositor. The bank doesn't have your money, what you can find out is what date they sent it back to the us treasury. If you did your own taxes call the IRS. if someone like HR Block did your taxes, then call them. It's not the end of the world. And by the way, relying on your tax return to pay your rent is not all that smart. Not to be rude.

Will The Juvenile Court Appoint Me A Lawyer?
I'M About To Endeavor Into A Messy Battle To Get My Aunt Guardianship Over Me....Will The Court Appoint Me A Lawyer? Or Will I Need To Find My Own.

You only receive a lawyer when you are being charged with a crime. You don't get them for custody battles. If you are a minor and the court feels your best interests are not being represented they may appoint a guardian ad litem over you to make sure your concerns are heard, but you won't be given a lawyer for a custody battle.

Is The Policy Limit On Insurance Different From The Personal Injury Award?
Ok I Was In A Car Accident Last Year And Unfortunately Still Dealing With The Pain From The Injury, Which Is A Bulging Disc That Basically Causes Pain For Me In Both Arms. The Fault In The Accident Was 100% The Other Party. But Her Insurance Only Has A Policy Limit Of $25000. My Medical Bills Have Already Racked Up To $16000 And I Haven'T Even Had Epidural Injections Which I'M Supposed To Get Soon But Those Are Just Going To Be More Money. How Will The Insurance Money Offer The Policy Limit Though? So Far They'Ve Only Offered $18000 But Does That Mean That I Won'T Get Any Thing For Pain And Suffering? I Mean I'M Supposed To Deal With This Pain For The Rest Of My Life And The Therapy Hasn'T Done Anything. The Pain Just Gets Worse Everyday. And I Also Wanted To Know If Personal Injury Award Is Different From The Policy Limit? So Far All I Have Heard Is That Basically I'M Screwed. Any Help Would Be Greatly Appreciated. Thanks.

The policy limit is the max payable by the insurance company. They can not pay anymore than that.

However, if the at fault person does not have enough limits to cover your injury, you then contact your insurance company and file a claim under your Under-Insured Motorist Coverage.

Since the at fault person has $25K limits, your bills are already at $16K and you are still treating, I suggest you go ahead and call in a claim to your automobile insurance company and have a claim set up under your policies Under-Insured Motorist coverage. (I am assuming you have UIM coverage). That way, your insurance company can go ahead and do their investigation and get their claim ready to step in should it be needed. If it turns out you don't need to make a claim under the UIM coverage on your policy, you can then call your company and let them know so they can close the claim file.