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Legal Aid Appointed Lawyer Deliberately Misrepresented Me?
My Appointed Lawyer From Legal Aid Acted Malisously Causing Me To Ow Have An Intervention Order Against Me And No Contact With My Daughter For The Past 6 Months.
My Ex Partners Lawyer Was Involved In The Deception As Well. My Corrupt Lawyer Had An Obligation To Me To Start Proceedings In The Federal Circuit Court With An Application Against Me Ex For Contravening The Family Court Orders Already In Place, But He Didn'T.
Ex'S Lawyer Had An Obligation To The Courts His Client And Myself To Explain To My Ex She Needed To Stop The Breaching The Order As It Is Illegal, But He Didn'T.
Eveidence Was Available By Way Of Phone Records To Assist My Case And Prove My Version Of Events, But I Was Told Legal Aid Wouldn'T Approve Funding For Them.
My Complaints To The Appropriate Departments Of Government Have Proved Worthless As They Just Handball Me Around And Ultimately Just Waste My Time.
Need Help As I'M Also A Physically Disabled Man Struggling To Fight This Corrupt System.
you are either clueless, and outright liar or a troll.....
there are not court appointed lawyers in the US for family law issues such as custody or visitation.
there is no federal court that deals with family issues, that an attorney is obligated to file in.
if you receive free assistance and want something better pay for it yourself!
this is not about a "corrupt system" this is all about YOU, the fact that you want something done that is not possible, or are a liar, or you're a TROLL wasting our time....
What Is The Difference Between Complex Business Litigation And Commercial Litigation?
Commercial litigation is the handling of disputes in a business setting. The disputes may be minor, or complicated.
Complex business litigation is just that. It usually involves many parties, lots of documents, and a great deal of money. Complex business litigation is a subset of commercial litigation. It is a more specialized practice.
Becoming A Lawyer/Attorney?
So I'M In 10Th Grade And Like Most Others My Age, I'M Thinking About What I Want To Be And The Kind Of Colleges I Want To Apply For. I'M Currently Thinking About Being A Lawyer, Its Well Paid, Doesn'T Require A Ridiculous Amount Of Schooling (7-8 Years), And The Job Itself Appeals To Me (I Can See Myself Working In A Law Office And Courtroom). So I'M Wanting To Know What It Takes To Make A Decent Living As A Lawyer And What I Should Look Into Schooling Wise. I Understand That Law Is A Very Broad Field But What I'M Looking At Is Being A Private Attorney Working For A Firm, I Don'T Care About Being In A Top Firm And Making Tons Of Money ($80,000+ Works For Me). So Is It Necessarily Difficult To Achieve This And Would I Have An Issue Finding A Job? I Haven'T Took The Act/Sats Yet But I Currently Have A 4.0 Gpa And I'M Tied For 1St In My Class (However I See My Gpa Dropping This Year Due To Difficult Classes But I Am Determined To Keep It Above 3.5), I'M In Afjrotc Where I Have Held A Total Of Five Leadership Positions, I'M In The Kitty Hawk Honor Society (Rotc Equivalent To National Honor Society), I'M On Drill Team (Military Competitive Marching), I Used To Be Both A Cub Scout And Boy Scout, And By The End Of My Hs Years I Will Have A 100 Plus Hours Of Community Service And Volunteer Work. Not To Mention I'M Joining The Military After Hs So Would Being A Veteran Help Any? Duke University Currently Appeals To Me (Its In The Top 14 Law Schools) But Is It Unrealistic?
I am a third year law student. So far your resume sounds great! However, schools average your GPA with your LSAT score when considering applications. So until you take the LSAT which you will not do for another 6 years or so there is no way of knowing your chances of getting in Duke until i know that. I have heard that philosophy majors do the best on the LSAT. One caveat, if i were you i would plan on going to the school that offers the biggest scholarship. If you don't plan on working in big law then it doesn't matter if you go to a tier 2 or tier 3 school. Even though 80,000 sounds like a lot, when you have 100,000 + in debt and want to buy a new car or a house that seriously hinders you. I know practicing attorneys who were forced into jobs they didn't want because they had to pay off their debt. My law school charges more than 40,000 a year, but I am on a full scholarship and it feels great to be able to graduate debt free. I am one of the fortunates who has a job when i graduate this May, and if you excel in law school as much as you have in high school I am sure you will have no problem getting a job.
Joining the military will be just another factor they will consider and it looks good, but why are you going to the military instead of undergraduate? if you know you want to be a lawyer go straight to undergrad.
I Need Free To Low Cost Legal Advice For A Business That I'Ve Established At Legal Zoom.Com?
I Started An Llc And I Haven'T Talked To Any Legal Representation Yet. I Haven'T Done Any Business Yet....Our Product Is Still In The Developing Stages...But I'M New To Owning A Corporation And I Don'T Want Any Surprises From Uncle Sam...Where Can I Get Help? Legal Aid....?
hello, talk to an experienced accountant. if you go cheap, you pay at the end especially to Uncle Sam. especially in the state where you reside. you pay for up front for advise, but it priceless at the end.
How Does A Lawyer Get Paid?
Like How Much For The Beginning Lawyer, And How Much For The Experience Lawyers?( For Each Year)...Thk...
It depends on many factors: were you went to law school, were you work (private practice, government, etc...) and your resume (internships, volunteer work, etc...)
The average corporate lawyer can earn anywhere between $60 to $70 thousand a year when first starting off. If you make partner you are looking at six figure numbers!
When working in corporate law the starting salary can be anywhere from $85 and above per year, depending how big the company is and how many lawyers there are.
In most cases a lawyers salary is based on his or her experience and resume.
Hope it helps!
Is It Wrong To Ask For A Prenuptial Agreement? Would You Women Be Offended By It? I Saw What Happen To My Brother When He Got A Divorce And It Wasn't Pretty (He Lost A Lot), But That's Another Story. Anywhoo Some Of The Women I Go Out With Are Very Serious About Relationships (Not Dating Around) And I Was Wondering If It Ever Progressed To Marriage Because That's What She Wanted Would It Be Unfair To Ask For A Pre-Nup? I Just Want To Protect Myself From Being Used Or Anything?
If She Made Money Like Oprah And Ask Me To Sign One I Wouldn't Be Offended By It. I Would Think Its Very Responsible Of Her. I Mean If She Loved Me For Me And Not My Money Or Assets Then I Wouldn't See Why Any Girl Would Be Offended By It. So Are Women In General Offended By It And Most Importantly Why?
So Guys Tell Me Your Experience With It And Girls Tell Me What You Think About It. Thanks In Advance.
I married a girl who was pretty young (23) and grew up in a substantially different country (she was raised in Ukraine) and when I brought up a Prenuptial agreement after we were engaged, she was VERY offended and said that she wouldn't sign one as it would be "planning for our marriage to fail."
Before we got married (we had a long engagement) I went to law school, where I learned that in most states, prenuptial agreements are generally held to be invalid, and under most common law, the money you make during your marriage will be considered joint marital property and will be split, but the things you had before you entered your marriage will remain your seperate property.
Thats what most people expect from their prenuptial agreements anyway, but the fact is that depending on where you are, you probably have those rights already. If youre like most modern couples, you probably both will be contributing monetarily to the relationship anyway. Either way, even if prenuptial agreements are allowed in your region, nearly all jurisdictions have a limitation on how long they can apply (ie, if you get divorced within a few years, the prenup will likely apply, but if youre married longer, it probably won't anyway) which begs the question:
If youre only married for a few years, how much do you really have to lose (half of a year or two's income, for instance)?
And if you obtain real property or produce children, the court will most certainly find a prenuptial agreement invalid.
Hopefully by the time you are ready to ask someone to marry you, you will know them well enough to be relatively certain what their reaction to signing a prenuptial agreement would be.
If you are still in doubt, consult an attorney or research the law in your area/state and find out if prenuptial agreements are enforceable and if so, under what conditions. You may find that they are not even worth pursuing on their own (not even taking into consideration the possibility of seriously pissing off your potential spouse).
I've brought up the subject with my current live in girlfriend and she said she'd have no problem signing anything, though in my area they are generally unenforceable so I doubt I would bother.
(yeah marriage #1 didn't work out well, but we were divorced pretty quickly and we had no propety and no kids, so we both agreeed to settle for what we both had [we hadn't ever even formed a joint checking account or assumed any debts jointly] and had a fast uncontested divorce.)
BTW this does not constitute legal advice, please contact an attorney before taking action based on my information.