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How Do I Become A Better Lawyer?
Im Doing A Project On How To Become A Better Lawyer!

Three principal ways that occur to me have a common theme:

1) Learn from more experienced lawyers, your opponents, and the judges in the cases you handle.

2) Take as many continuing legal education courses as you can.

3) Read caselaw daily.

The net is that you never stop learning, just as the law never stops developing. And you never assume that you have all the answers - indeed, you'll almost always find some merit in the arguments of your opponents, and some quality in the writing of their briefs.

Never stop studying. Never stop listening. Never stop learning. All will make you a better lawyer.

Any One Know A Good Legal Aid Attorney In The Little Rock, Arkansas Area? Life And Death Matter For Real.Help?

HelpLine Center for Arkansas Legal Services
Toll Free: 1-800-9 LAW AID
Pulaski County Residents call: (501) 376-3423

9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Can A Single Mother Get Low Income Legal Assistance,To Help Her Get Joint Custody Of Her Son. In East Texas?
My Sister Has A 6 Year Old Son. His Father Has Custody Of Him. She Is Allowed To See Him Every Other Week. But It Has Always Been When He Says And What He Wants, Because She Has To Pay Child Support Even Though She Is On Welfare,And Him And His Wife Both Have Jobs. Some Times She Can'T Pay $400.00 A Month For One Child Even Though She Has 3 Other Children To Take Care Of . One That Is Only Three Weeks Old. She Is Not Allowed To Know Where Her Son Lives, His Phone Number, What School He Goes To, Or Anything.When He Took Her To Court His Family Paid For Everything. She Had No Lawyer.She Got Screwed. I Know There Is Someone Out Ther Who Can Help Her, If You Can Or Know Who Might Be Able To Assist Her, Please Help. We Live In East Texas.

The best option I know of is this I would check it out, they may be able to help.

What Are My Rights In Regards To A Former Tenant?
I Rented A Room To This Guy Who Finished His 6 Month Lease About Half A Year Ago. Anyways, I Gave Him His 30 Day Notice, In Fact I Gave Him A Little Bit Of Extra Notice Since I Gave Him 15 Extra Days On Top Of The 30 Just To Give Him More Time To Look. Well, He Moved Out A Week Early And I Haven'T Heard Anything From Him Since And It Will Be One Wk. Sunday. He Hasn'T Returned The House Key Or Mail Key, And He Left His Leased Car In My Garage. What Rights Do I Have And What Do I Do? He Hasn'T Left A Forwarding Address And I Have Is His Ph# And That'S It. I Know In Ca, I Have To Hang On To His Stuff For 30 Days. Is It Okay For Me To At Least Change The Locks?

Simply because he has "moved out" doesn't mean that you can just change the locks. You cannot change the locks on the apartment until the lease term has expired, AND he has clearly abandoned the space.

If he has not clearly abandoned the space (i.e., his car, shaving cream, and toothbrush are still there) then you will have to follow normal eviction procedures, OR wait the additional time before cleaning out his personal possessions.

Be warned, in most states you are not allowed to simply dispose of personal property left behind. California may be different, but in most places there is a very specific procedure for auctioning off the property (after formal notice to the former tenant). I'd double check, and make sure I followed the procedure carefully.

Here are some good resources which should answer your questions:

California Tenants: A Guide to Residential Tenants’ and Landlords' And Responsibilities

Options For a Landlord: When a Tenant's Personal Property Has Been Left in the Rental Unit: Legal Guide (California DCA)

Getting Adoption Info: A Lawyer?
I Asked A Question Earlier About Whether I Should Call The Agency Or The Court...Well I Chose The Court. Babbled Like An Idiot About Why I Was Calling...Wondering How I Could Go About Getting The Information About My Adoption, Biological Family Info. This Is In The State Of Florida And She Said It Is Sealed, Even To Them. I'D Have To Go Through It All Legally, And Fill Out The Necessary Paperwork, Etc. I Asked How, And She Answered With A Lawyer...And They'D Look Into Your Case. I'M So Confused. Will I Need A Lawyer? How Do I Go About Picking A Good One? Cheap? I Mean, Why Can'T I Fill Out Info, Etc...And Find Out These Things? Could My Mom'S Name Be On Records In The Hospital For My Birth? I Have So Many Things I Don'T Understand... And I Feel So Stupid. I'M 19 And Don'T Know Much About This...I'Ll Admit. But I Didn'T Think It Would Be This Complicated.

You've been given some great answers.
Yes - it IS that complicated.
Horrible - isn't it.
I'll give you a few websites that can be useful when starting out on your search.

First - add your details to the registries here

Check here for information on your state records here -
(click on the page marked 'Searchers' down the left hand side)

Check here for search help - and links to search angels -

And check here for any support - it's the best online forum for adoptees I've found -

All the very best with your search.

Trust Issues......?
In My Last Relationship I Had A Problem Trusting The Guy B/C He Played Me......I Mean We Started Talking Again But Now I Dont Rly Feel As If I Can Trust The New Guy Im Talking To Which Is My Ex-B/F.......I Rly Dont Want To Get Hurt........Im Soooo Confused On Wat To Do........

Trust is a hard one, especially when your trust has been betrayed before. It takes time to trust again, but you can not make your new man pay for the mistakes of your ex-man. You have to take the chance and trust your man to not be like your ex-man. That's what love is all about... taking a chance.

The trust issues will always be there, but at least you'll be a little more wiser now.