Finding An Experienced Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will recognize that there are loads of lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they can focus on your sort of case. This will make the procedure of finding one with quite a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, should you follow the tips below it is possible to define your quest off to the right one out of very little time. Step one is to create a listing of the lawyers which can be listed in your neighborhood that specialize in your position. When you are which makes this list you ought to only include those that you may have a good vibe about based on their advertisement. You can then narrow this list down through taking a while evaluating their site. There you must be able to find the amount of years they have been practicing and a few general information regarding their success rates. At this stage your list ought to have shrunken further to those which you felt had professional websites along with an appropriate quantity of experience. You need to then take the time to look up independent reviews for each attorney. Be sure you look at the reviews rather than just relying upon their overall rating. The info within the reviews will provide you with a sense of the direction they communicate with the clientele and how much time they invest into each case they are taking care of. Finally, you should meet up with at least the last three lawyers which have the credentials you are interested in. This will give you some time to really evaluate how interested these are in representing you and your case. It really is important to follow all of these steps to ensure that you find a person containing the proper degree of experience to help you the perfect outcome.
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Issue With Real Estate Attorneys?
I Have Been Trying To Get An Ex Roomate Name Taken Off Of The Deed To My Home. This Person Moved Out Back In 2008 And Now I Am Trying To Do Some Things With My Home, The Bank Will Not Go Any Further Unless This Person Name Is Removed From The Deed Because It Requires Both Signatures On What I'M Trying To Do. I Have Contacted Real Estate Attorneys But It Seems No One Wants To Take The Case, Is There Something I'M Missing?
A roommate should not have been on the deed to your home. A co-OWNER appears on the deed.
Your former roommate has to sign a quit claim deed. You don't necessarily need an attorney, but you will need to track down this person and convince him/her to sign the deed. If this person won't voluntarily sign the document, you are going to need to file a court action against him/her and you are going to need to convince a judge that you are the proper owner.
Which Is A Better Career, Lawyer, Actor, Or Rapper? Why?
the best career for anyone is where their passion is- that being said, i think a lawyer because an actor is only as good as the last movie that banged them up at the box office, plus they age, get fat, ect. and a rapper is really at their best when they first start out. they rap with that raw, fresh passion- after that the record label and public opinion owns them. Lawyers get better with age and experience, not all of them are slimey ambulance chasers. my lawyer saved me and my family from being tossed into the street and owing my mortgage co. 10,000 i'll never forget what a life saver he was for us. i can't think of one actor or rapper that had that kind of impact on anyone
Do You Think Your Parents Planned Well When They Had You?
Yes Or No?
Personally I Think My Parents Didn'T Raise Me Well, I Raised Myself. But Anyways, Do You Think Your Parents Were Mature Enough When They Had You, Or Planned Well When They Had You? Why Or Why Not?
My parents were married four years before I was born, and spent a lot of time trying to have kids(!) but my mother had a miscarriage before finally successfully having me. I would say I was definitely planned-for, and they did the best they could raising me. I have a brother who is three years younger than I, and a sister who's eight years younger than I. We all get along well and stay in touch regularly. When we were kids, my folks didn't have much money, so there wasn't much emphasis on material things. We were taught to be creative and amuse ourselves. Recycling hadn't officially been invented, but nothing went to waste around our house. If my mother didn't have a use for something, or it had been used enough for her purposes, it became a toy for us, or part of a creative project. Nobody talked about "crafts" in those days, but we were always making stuff out of odds and ends. I think my parents did pretty well, with some help from my grandparents.
In Ca, Wife Fired Because Pregnancy Disabilities Discrimination, Should She File Case To Eeoc Or Lawyer First?
She Received A Letter Stating &Quot;Disability Expired, You Are Not Eligible For Reinstatement&Quot;. She Was On Pregnancy Disabilities After Baby Born, Then Family Leave, Then Ready To Work And Got A Letter Of Termination. We Are Lost And Broke What Should We Do, Please Suggestion???? Her Job Bartender....
Check with the EEOC. In discrimination cases you'll need the EEOC to issue a "right to sue" letter, if they don't pursue the case themselves. Then you may contact a lawyer and file suit.
If you are required to contact the EEOC and do not (or your lawyer doesn't), your case will be dismissed. It's better to be safe than out of luck.
For Attorneys: Child Support?
My Parents Divorced When I Was 7(I'M 16 Now), And My Dad Didn'T Pay Child Support For The First Two Years. He Finally Paid It In A Lump Sum, But My Mom Never Truly Used That Money For Me. Since She Didn'T Have A Job For Almost Four Years, She Used Most Of It To Support Herself. My Father Didn'T Have To Pay Spousal Support. My Question Is, Can I Sue My Mom For That Money? Or Is There No Way To Prove That Most Of The Money Went To Her?
The money your Mom received for the support of you was for her to spend - not you.
Just because it says child support does not mean it was to be used for things you thought were useful. You are the child. She is the adult.
The money your Mom received was to be spent in a way she thought was right:
car purchase or rent
insurance (car, house, health)
TV / Cable
Don't take sides.
Your Mom is not 100 % right or wrong and your Dad is not 100 % right or wrong.
It takes 2 people to break a marriage.
As for suing ? Who would you sue ? Your Mom because you did not think she spent the money the way you wanted her to ? Good luck with that. The Court / Judge only cares that your Mom received the money from your Dad.
And, because your Dad did not pay for awhile ? I imagine it was difficult for you and your Mom at times, especially since she was a stay at home Mom taking care of you and unemployed for 4 years. Did it occur to you that since she was unemployed the MEAGER money she received from your Dad was hardly enough to cover every single expense she had on your account ?
Urgent!! Need No Cost Legal Advice For Widow Who'S Spouse Committed Suicide;Inlaws Have Own Interests Not Hers
Please Help....My Good Friend Who'S Husband Committed Suicide On Sept 10, 2007. There'S Real And Personal Property. No Will. The Inlaws Are Pushy, Self-Serving And Disrespectful Of Her Feelings & Rights. She Was Physically And Mentally Abused Prior To His Suicide. She Just Wants What Is Rightfully Hers And To Be Treated Fairly And Respect Her Rights. She Has And Has Had No Income Thru The Entire Marriage, Is Disabled And Is A Having Hard Time, As She Is Unsure As To Exactly What Is And Isnt Suppose To Happening. Petrified She May Get Booted Out Of The Home She And Her Husband Shared. Knowlege And Info Would Be Priceless, Not Knowing Is The Majority Of The Fear. Please Help Asap With Any Info, Referral And/Or Advice...Thanks
I'm not a lawyer, but my understanding is that under most US Law the legal-spouse is by default the immediate beneficiary of all assets left by the descedent spouse. Especially if there's no will. Again, I'm not a lawyer, but it would seem that the in-laws have no claim or power to decide what happens to marital property and assets.
Definitely get some legal representation and ask what the best course of action is: Perhaps they will issue restraining orders and/or (if possible) issue injunctions against the inlaws asking them to cease-n-decists their actions agains the living spouse.
SOunds like the in-laws are a bunch of vultures. The guy hasn't even been buried and they're all over his stuff. Talk about lack of respect.