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4 Ways To Help Your Lawyer Allow You To When you need a legal professional for any reason, you need to work closely together to be able to win your case. No matter how competent they may be, they're going to need your help. Here are four important strategies to help your legal team assist you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - irrespective of what information you're likely to reveal for them. Privilege means whatever you say is held in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team needs to know everything in advance - particularly information other side could learn about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuous and factual account of most information regarding your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys because of the data they need to help them win. 3. Appear Early For All Those Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and steer clear of wasting the attorney's time, too, because they are by the due date, each and every time. In fact, because you may need to discuss very last minute details or be extra prepared for the case you're facing, it's a great idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate You Have Your Act Together If you've been arrested for just about any crime, it's important to be able to convince the legal court that you simply both regret the actions and they are making strides toward increasing your life. As an example, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for a rehab program. Be sincere and associated with the neighborhood the judge is presiding over. Working more closely together with your legal team increases your likelihood of absolute success. Try these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you should win your case.

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Where Is The Best Place To Go For Grandparents Rights?
Need To Find Someone In Texas That Handles This Issue. I Lost My Son A Couple Of Years Ago, So It'S All The More Painful.

Texas Grandparent Rights

Grandparent Rights to Possession and/or Access to Grandchildren:

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Visitation may be granted if the grandparent's child has been incarcerated in jail or prison during the three month period preceding the application, has been determined to be legally incompetent, or is dead;
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If the parents are divorced or have been living apart for the three months period preceding the filing of the application or if a suit for dissolution of the marriage is pending;
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If the child has been abused or neglected by a parent;
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The child has been adjudicated to be a child in need of supervision or a delinquent;
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The grandparent's child has not had their parental rights terminated;
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Or if the child has resided with the grandparent for at least six months in the twenty-four month period preceding the filing of the application.

Law School?
I Plan On Applying To Law School, And I Have A Good Gpa And Lsat Score. Also, I Just Enjoy School In General And Am Interested In Legal Theory. However, I Am Not Particularly Interested In Being An Attorney. I Would Like To Specialize In Environmental Law, If Possible, And Am Wondering What Job Prospects I Would Have In This Field Outside Of Being An Actual Lawyer. I Was Thinking Perhps Non-Profit Or Government Work. Would These Jobs Be Worth The Investment Of Law School?

I am a licensed attorney, but no longer practice. Most of my law school friends no longer practice either. The reason? First, there are not nearly as many attorney and alternative legal positions out there as law schools will tell you. Remember, schools want your money so they will tell you almost anything to get you in. Second, my law school friends got burned out at their jobs. For many, the legal field means long hours (I averaged between 65-75 per week), little respect and the feeling you sold your soul. Plus, that decent salary does not look nearly so good when you divide it by the number of hours worked.

Before going to law school I would absolutely do two things. First, intern at a law firm practicing the type of law you want to do (for environmental you will need a strong background in the sciences). Second, take a law school style course in undergrad to see what is expected of you.

For me, I knew that I was not passionate about the law. I wanted to make money and help people, plus I had a general interest in law and politics. This was not enough. I hate to sound pessimistic, but I have found that the legal field has little to no interest in helping people. My advice would be to follow your passions. If you view the legal field as a golden parachute, believe me, there's a high likelihood you will find yourself $100k in debt and doing a job you hate. There are plenty of other areas of study that will allow you to make more money with less hours. Getting a JD will give you useable skills, but the price is too high. Ask yourself this, putting money aside, what would you love to do for a living? Talk to people in that field and find out what degree they would most respect.

Good luck!

P.S. Law School really is hell. You pretty much have no life outside of studying for three years. Best part, no matter how much you study, the professors will always get the better of you. Check out Scott Turow's book "One L" to get an idea of your first year.

I Need Legal Advice For My Husband Please?
Scenario: Week 1: Work For Boss. Payday Is Weekly, Wednesday Nights. Boss Does Not Pay Husband. Husband Tries To Contact Him , Finally Get Paid Tuesday Night. Week 2: Boss Pays Him $330 Short, On Payday Week 3: (Payday Wednesday Night Last Week) Boss Pays Him $500 Short. Been Trying To Contact Him Via Fax, Text, Ph.. No Answer. Demanded The Shortfall By Tonight, Stated Sick Of Waiting, Not Fair, Etc. No Reply. We Have Not A Red Cent, I Do Not Work (3 Kids At Home) It Is Now 9Pm Tuesday Night In Australia. What Can We Do? Who Can We Call? Is This Even Legal??? Our Rent Is Now 2Wks Behind Because Of This. They Will Evict Us, House Inspection Tomorrow... Grrrrr Please Give Me Any Advice At All, No Matter How Small. Thankyou So Much Xxx I Live In Country South Australia

Hi,

Let me make it clear that I am not a lawyer. I'm a student, still in high school. My family are all lawyers, and I do mock trials ect.

Basically your problem lies in both borrowing law and employment law. If the boss cannot be contacted, your first move should be to contact police and explain the problem. They can at least ascertain his whereabouts and you can then move to the next stage.

As I understand it from a legal point of view:

1) The Boss is violating contractual law, as in the contract he has agreed to pay you money. Generally this is a civil issue and is taken into the courts via a legal counsel.

2) The Boss is violating income protection law. This law basically says that you cannot deny someone income without prior intent (a good reason). Has the boss given you a reason?

3) The Boss is violating (money lending!?) laws, which means that he owes you money and isn't paying.

All of these are civil issues rather than criminal - it's very hard for police to enforce these rules. Try googling for a legal hotline or government hotline for the issue. You will need to ascertain if the boss can pay the wage in itself, or it won't be worth going to court over due to costs.

Another quickie, if you get kicked out of your house then you can also sue for damages incurred from the stress/loss of reputation. Explaining exactly what has happened to your landlord along with bank statements and documents supporting your claim, with a promise to paying it when the Boss comes through with the money, will go very far in these situations. People generally are not unsympathetic.

Why Would Someone Need A "Joinder" For A Family Law Case?

Suppose Mom and Dad are divorcing, and Mom's parents also want visitation rights to see the grandkids. Mom's parents could petition for joinder to join the case between the divorcing couple. If the petition was granted, Mom's parents could argue for their own interests in the case.

A Good Lawyer Joke?
A Biker Walks Into A Yuppie Bar And Shouts, “All Lawyers Are Assholes!” He Looks Around, Obviously Hoping For A Challenge. Finally A Guy Comes Up To Him, Taps Him On The Shoulder, And Says, “Take That Back.” The Biker Says, “Why? Are You A Lawyer?” “No, I’M An Asshole.”

Now that is a funny one!!! I know that you didn't really mean "good" lawyer, other than the joke part of it?

I have one for you.


Lawyer And The Virgin

A lawyer married a woman who had previously divorced ten husbands.

On their wedding night, she told her new husband, "Please be gentle, I'm still a virgin."

"What?" said the puzzled groom, "How can that be if you've been married ten times?"

"Well, Husband #1 was a sales representative, he kept telling me how great it was going to be.

Husband #2 was in software services, he was never really sure how it was supposed to function, but he said he'd look into it and get back
to me.

Husband #3 was from field services, he said everything checked out diagnostically but he just couldn't get the system up.

Husband #4 was in telemarketing, even though he knew he had the order, he didn't know when he would be able to deliver.

Husband #5 was an engineer, he understood the basic process but wanted three years to research, implement, and design a new state-of-
the-art method.

Husband #6 was from finance and administration, he thought he knew how, but he wasn't sure whether it was his job or not.

Husband #7 was in marketing, although he had a nice product, he was never sure how to position it.

Husband #8 was a psychologist, all he ever did was talk about it.

Husband #9 was a gynecologist, all he did was look at it.

Husband #10 was a stamp collector, all he ever did was... God! I miss him! But now that I've married you, I'm really excited!"

"Good," said the new husband, "but, why?"

"You're a lawyer. This time I know I'm gonna get screwed!"

Mistakes On Filed Divorce Forms?
I Filed For Divorce, And Gave My Husband The Appropriate Forms To Fill Out, And Copies Of The Forms I Filed At The Courthouse. He Took All Of The Papers To A Paralegal, And They Found Some Small Errors On My Forms. Will I Have To Re-File My Papers? Will I Need To Pay Another $320.00 To File, Or Can I Have Them Amended Somehow? I Live In California.

you can file a "nunc pro tuc" which says that there was a mistake if your divorce is final. if not, just file amended papers and serve them on your husband.