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Has Anyone Ever Started Divorce Proceedings During A Particulary Stressful Time?
Other Than The Marraige Crumbling.....That Is. We All Know That'S A Stressful Time In Itself. I'Ve Been Unhappy In My Marriage For Over A Year Now. My Husband Works Long Distance And Slowly Seems To Have Injected Himself Into Living Where His Job Is Now. He'S A Nurse So A Job Is Possible Anywhere.... But, It Seems To Be An Inconvenience For Him To Come Back Home To Our Home Town. (No He'S Not Cheating)
Long Story Short. We Don'T Share The Same Core Values As I Thought We Once Did. I'M Ready For A Divorce. However, My Mom Was Just Diagnosed W/Cancer 2 Weeks Ago...My Husband Has Not Come Home To Support Me During This Time. He Says If He Does He'S Out Of His School Program. (U Can Only Miss 4 Days Apparently) Is It Impossible Or Even Nutz Of Me To Think That I Can Start The Ball Rolling On This And Still Be There To Support My Mom 100%. I Do Value My Family As My Husband Doesn'T Seem To.
It seems to me that he has lost interest in you and your marriage. Just going by what you said, it seems that he could make some type of arrangements with his boss to come home(or transfer to a different hospital) etc. If he is taking a class I think you can talk with your professor and tell him the situation and get a little bit of time off here and there. If he really cared it looks like he would ask..... It is really hard when you do not share the same values. You tend to lose a close connection when you are apart for a long time. If he really wanted to be home it seems he could get a job closer to home. I find it rather strange for him to pick a job so far away from his home and set up residence there..... If you are truly serious about a divorce you need to see a lawyer and get the ball rolling. It is possible to see a lawyer and sign papers etc. and still be there for your mom. First you will meet with him and tell him what the situation is. Then you will probably discuss what you want in the divorce. He will serve your husband the papers and then you will have a court date. Unless your husband shows his butt about something imparticular it should go smoothly..... It can be discouraging when your husband does not seem to care that you are worried and concerned about your mother. I would talk to him first and see what his thoughts are on all of it. You may find out that he is living another life where he is and will not be very worried about any of it. Good luck with your decision and I will be keeping your Mother in my prayers :)
Difference Between Legal Advice And Common Sense?
My Law Friends Mentioned Something I Said Might Be Conferred As Legal Advice???
So What Exactly Is The Difference? Or Can It Just Be Anything Said That Might Lead To A Consequence Which May Come Back To Haunt Me?
In the US only licensed attorneys can give legal advice. The problem is that no one (even the American Bar Association) has a good definition of legal advice. You should generally avoid anything along the lines of "you should...." unless that phrase is followed directly by "get a lawyer" because it could be construed as legal advice. If you have questions about where exactly the line falls you need to speak with your supervisor or a teacher or professor so you don't find yourself on the wrong side of the law.
I Cant Afford A Lawyer But I Need Legal Help What Do I Do?
I Haven'T Been Charged With Anything Yet But I Would Like A Lawyer
Generally, if you're charged with any serious crime (e.g. possible long jail time, above a certain threshold of fine, or felony) you'll be offered a free lawyer on your trial date.
If your charge doesn't fit within that realm, you can probably represent yourself using a bit of Google-research on the typical pleas for people in your situation. (Here's a hint: The DA or judge will typically automatically offer you a plea-deal if its like a low-level alcohol related crime. If not, just go not guilty :P)
Also, in a rare instance, if your case has the possibility of setting some precedence in the context of civil/constitutional rights the ACLU or Southern Poverty Law center, or some similar organization, might represent you. But I HIGHLY doubt that's your situation.
But honestly, no one will be able to answer this question for you without knowing your state of residence, or even the nature of your (possible) crime. There isn't some magic lawyer-depot everyone's been keeping hidden from you all this time.
Where Can I Find An Intellectual Property Lawyer Who Will Answer A Question For Free?
I'M In The Process Of Publishing A Story, Whose Idea I Got From A Movie. I Want To Make Sure I'M Not Plaigerizing, But I Don'T Have The Money To Call Attorneys Who Will Charge Me Just For Legal Advice. Does Anyone Know Of Attorneys Who Can Answer My Question For Free?
Same place you find the mechanic who'll fix your car for free and the plumber who'll unclog your toilet for free.
Many lawyers will answer a simple question or two for free, or give a free initial consultation - but what you're talking about will require research into the story lines of the movie and your book, and a reliable answer will not come quickly - or free.
What Are Good Sites For Free Online Legal Advice?
THERE ARE NONE. Really there are no sites where a person can get FREE legal advice that they can rely on as accurate. Your best bet is to look for a local attorney who practices in the area of law that you need and see if that lawyer will give you a FREE consultation. Many lawyers will speak with a potential client for no charge, but please remember the product a lawyer sells is his/her knowledge, asking for free is like asking your local grocery store for free food.
If you are legally indigent (by IRS rules have no money) you MAY be able to apply at a local legal clinic or local bar association for free or low cost legal work.
As for websites, I recently have spoken with several clients who took the advice of an online site and now are totally screwed -- nothing can be done to get their money back. Laws differ by state, county, city. You can find a great legal website for one area that is totally WRONG in any other part of the country. If you look at websites for your local attorneys, who practice the type of law that you need, you may be able to get some general info BUT nothing specific to your case.
Cases differ, get a real lawyer to look at yours.
Is It Illegal For A Lawyer To Hide Their Occupation?
So I'M Talking With This Person From My Work (Talking In Regards To Work) And They Have Not Once Told Me That He Is A Lawyer...My Other Colleague Advised Me He Was. Is It Illegal For A Lawyer To Not Reveal That They Are A Lawyer? Kind Of Like How Police Tell People That &Quot;They Have A Right To A Lawyer And Anything That Is Said Can Be Used Against Them In A Court Of Law...&Quot;?
No, that is not at all illegal.