Finding A Skilled Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will see that there are loads of lawyers in your area that advertise which they specialize in your sort of case. This will make the process of finding one with a great deal of experience a bit of a challenge. However, should you follow the following you will be able to narrow down your quest on the right one in very little time. The initial step is to create a list of the lawyers which can be listed in the area focusing on your situation. When you are causeing this to be list you ought to only include those that you may have a great vibe about according to their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down if you take a little while evaluating their website. There you should be able to find the amount of years they have been practicing plus some general specifics of their success rates. At this time your list needs to have shrunken further to those that you just felt had professional websites along with an appropriate amount of experience. You should then make time to look up independent reviews of each attorney. Be sure you see the reviews rather than depending on their overall rating. The info within the reviews gives you an idea of how they communicate with their clients and the length of time they invest into each case that they are focusing on. Finally, you will want to talk with a minimum of the past three lawyers which may have the credentials you are searching for. This gives you enough time to really evaluate how interested they can be in representing your case. It is crucial for you to follow many of these steps to actually find a person which includes the best level of experience to help you the ideal outcome.
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I Would Like Info On Power Of Attorney And Common Law Marriage In Texas?
I Would Like Info On Power Of Attorney And Common Law Marriage In Texas, My Boy Friend And I Have Lived Together In Same House For Over Ten Years And He Is Now In Icu At The Hospital I Am Claimed On Irs As A Dependent Under The Box Other, Since There Is Not A Box For Common Law Wife Or Live In Girlfriend Any Info Will Help
you referred to him as "boyfriend" one part of the law in Texas includes "representation to others that the parties are married." you obviously don't meet that criteria.
in TX for this to be recognized:
Under § 2.401 of the Texas Family Code, an informal marriage can be established either by declaration (registering at the county courthouse without having a ceremony), or by meeting a three-prong test showing evidence of (1) an agreement to be married; (2) cohabitation in Texas; and (3) representation to others that the parties are married. A 1995 update adds an evidentiary presumption that there was no marriage if no suit for proof of marriage is filed within two years of the date the parties separated and ceased living together.
since you most likely don't have the ability to prove you are married you will have to have at least a limited POA for medical issues. If you do NOT have that already and he is not mentally and/or physically able to provide that you will need the courts assistance...
being considered a dependent for the IRS is irrelevant......
I Am Looking For A Good Drug Lawyer Outside Of Terrebonne Parish?
I would advise you contact NORML. They have a list of lawyers that are sympathetic. Just search NORML and you'll find their website.
I did it for you. The link below is the Louisiana search.
Is This Grounds For A Medical Malpractice Law Suit?
Last January I Went To See A Doctor Regarding Unwanted Weight Loss And Flu Like Symptoms. She Set Me Up For A Ct Scan Of My Abdomen And A Colonoscopy And Gave Me A Prescription. Her Office Called About A Week Later Saying The Doctor Wanted To See Me Asap So I Went Right In. She Told Me I Had A Tumor On My Bladder That Was About An Inch In Diameter And To Prepare My Life For Radiation And Chemotherapy And See A Urologist Immediately Which I Did. Both Tests Were Negative. I Returned To The Same Doctor And Told Her The Prescription She Had Given Me Caused Severe Diarrhea,Stomach Pain And More Weight Loss And I Didn'T Want To Use It Any Longer. She Argued With Me In The Same Manner A Two Year Old Child Might Argue With Their Parents And Insisted I Take The Medication Three Times A Day Everyday. I Later Learned The Prescription She Had Given Me Was A Laxative That Goes By The Brand Name Of Miralax. By This Time My Normal Weight Of 120 Pounds Had Dropped To 98 Pounds, None Of My Clothes Fit And I Was Wearing Adult Diapers 24/7. I'M A Retired Woman Without Insurance So All These Medical Expenses Were Mostly Out Of Pocket And It Became Necessary For Me To Purchase Medicaid Which Cost 35% Of My Retirement Income Which Literally Broke Me. I'M Still Having Stomach Aches And Loosing Weight But Have No Money Left To Pay Further Medical Costs. I Picked Up A Copy Of My Medical Records To See What This Ding-Dong Doc Had To Say And Found She Had Authored My Records To Say She Prescribed Two Does A Day Rather Than Two. I'D Been Fortunate Enough To Have Never Experienced Being Sick Before Meeting This Doctor. I'M At A Loss As What To Do Next. Your Answers Are Greatly Appreciated.
This is arguably malpractice -- wrong diagnosis. But you are unlikely to have enough money damages to make the case worthwhile for any attorney to take your cases. Pursuing a malpractice case would be a waste of your time.
You also said you had to purchase "Medicaid." Medicaid is a government program for low income persons. You can't purchase it. If you purchased some sort of medical insurance, perhaps it would help with your medical expenses. If you are retired, and over 65, you are presumably eligible for Medicare, which would also help with your medical expenses.
I suggest you find a source of information -- perhaps your county health department -- who could refer you to the assistance and services you need.
If U Cant Afford A Lawyer In A Child Support Case , Do U Have To Speak For Urself ? ?
The Judge Asked Me If I Would Like A Lawyer To Help Me With My Case I Told Her Yes But I Can'T Afford A Lawyer But Can The Court Give Me A Legal Aid And She Told Me No That I Either Have To Provide My Own Attorney Or Have To Speak For Myself
You are only entitled to free legal representation in criminal prosecutions, not civil cases such as child support. If you can't afford an attorney, ask the court clerk's office for a listing of free or low-cost legal services in the area for low-income people. Most counties throughout the U.S. have non-profit organizations that offer help to low-income litigants. Some courts also have free legal assistance for family law matters (note that they are generally for advice only & will NOT actually represent you in court). Try contacting the local bar association as well...they may be able to refer you to local attorneys who offer pro bono (free) or low cost services to people in your situation.
If you absolutely can't find an attorney you can afford, then yes you'll have to represent yourself.
Probate Law Question ( Deceased Father'S Estate)?
I Have A Question That Is Truly Bothering Me, And Hope To Get Some Answers. My Father Died And Had A Will That He Appointed My Mother Administrator, As Far As I Know. Prior To His Death He Got His Settlement From A Massive Car Accident And It Brought Him About 1.5 Million Dollars.
Upon His Death My Mother Never Registered The Will, In Fact She Got Rid Of It So No One ( Us Kids) Could Find It And Know What Was To Be. There Never Was A Reading Of The Will, No Payment To Any Creditors That May Exist Out There Or Anything Like That. She Freely Spent The Money In His Four Accounts And Cashed In His Two Cds.
Once The Cash Was Gone She -
She Put Loans Against The New Cadilac He Bought, And Against The 165,000 Home He Bought. She Never Made A Single Payment And Filed For Bankruptcy And Lost It All. She Lives In A Trashy Room She Rents.
Is This Illegal For Her To Do ? What Can Be Done, I Know My Father Mentioned All Of Us Kids & Grandchildren In His Will - That Much He Told Me Prior To His Death.
Thank You Kindly,
I don't know if you've consulted with a probate lawyer yet but if you haven't, allow me to recommend a solution that will not get you to pay so much on a lawyer.
Liaise Mediated Solutions is an alternative to law firm that offers probate mediation service. They will help you find legal ways to contest your mother's actions if there's a ground for probate.
Switching Attorney During Divorce?
Does It Matter How Many Divorce Attorneys One Went Through During Divorce (Due To Various Reasons: Not Competent, Too Expensive, Unethical). Does It Look Bad At Court That One Had To Switch Attorneys During Divorce (3 And Thinking Of Switching To A 4Th Attorney To Finish Case)?
Probably not, you have a right to fire your attorney at any time for any reason. If they don't immediately cease the representation tell them that you will report them to the local bar. The court is not supposed to take into account factors like that. However, if you keep switching attorneys, even if you claim good reasons every time, the court might think something is up. Still, I don't know what they would do other than think you're a pain in the butt.