Finding An Experienced Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will notice that there are numerous lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise they specialize in your form of case. This may make the procedure of finding one with quite a lot of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, when you follow the tips below it will be easy to define your search to the correct one out of almost no time. The first step is to generate a set of the lawyers that happen to be listed in the area specializing in your situation. While you are making this list you should only include those that you may have a great vibe about according to their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down by using a while evaluating their site. There you must be able to find the amount of years they have been practicing and some general specifics of their success rates. At this time your list must have shrunken further to individuals which you felt had professional websites plus an appropriate quantity of experience. You need to then take time to search for independent reviews of each attorney. Be sure to read the reviews rather than relying on their overall rating. The information within the reviews gives you a concept of the way that they interact with their clients and how much time they invest into each case they are focusing on. Finally, you will need to meet with no less than the last three lawyers which may have the credentials you are searching for. This will give you the time to truly evaluate how interested these are in representing you and the case. It can be vital that you follow every one of these steps to ensure that you hire a company which has the right level of experience to get you the best possible outcome.
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What License Do I Need To Serve Legal Process In New Jersey?
Attorney, Process ,Legal Service Etc,Foreclosure
Gee, I'm not to sure. You might want to contact someone here that may be able to steer you in the right direction. http://www.localnewjerseyattorneys.com/Category/Property-Law/
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I'M Originally From England But Moved To Texas 6 Years Ago. I Only Have A R'Ship With My Nan, Grandad And Uncle. My Uncle Of Whom Is Blind, Mentally Chellenged And Has Just Been Found To Have Broken Vertibraes (Sp?).
My G'Parents Want To Leave England. They Own Their Home And My Nan Is Being Forced To Retire. They Feel England Is No Place For Them To Settle Now And Want To Be With Me, My Husband And Their 3 Great Grandchildren Who They Dote On And Miss Greatly.
Number 1: How Do We Start The Process Of Immigration?
I Went To The Ins Here In Dallas When I Came Here And Paid Into It That Way And Was Finalised 3 Years Later.
Number 2: If, For Some Reason, They Can Not Sell Their House And Remain In England, Where Can We Get Papers That State Upon Their Death We Gain Full Guardianship Of My Disabled Uncle And Then Have Him Move Here. There Is No One In England To Take Care Of Him And I Refuse For Him To Rot Alone In A Nursing Home!
3: What Kind Of Lawyer Handles This?
As noted earlier, it's unlikely this is going to work out for your grandparents and uncle, unless your parents are also US citizens. US immigration law doesn't allow citizens to file for their grandparents or their aunts and uncles. If your parent related to the uncle were an American, he could file for all three, but the time frame for siblings of US citizens is so long, at over 10 years, it isn't likely to be of use to your uncle even if it were possible to file.
If you did get full guardianship of your uncle, it wouldn't have any effect on your ability to bring him here as an immigrant. If there were no way of taking care of him in England, you could consider filing for Humanitarian Parole through USCIS, but it's very unlikely your request would be approved.
You can take a look at uscis.gov for information on immigrant visa petitions or go down to your nearest USCIS office and make inquiries, but I'm afraid you won't find anything that will help. Immigration attorneys deal with this sort of thing, but I'm afraid you won't find much help there either, although you certainly can try. As British citizens they are free to visit under the Visa Waiver Program, but, living here permanently is a very different matter.
How Do I Get A Divorce Without A Lawyer?
I Live In Pa And I Want To Get A No Contest Divorce. I See Ads For Websites Where You Can Download Forms For Free Or A Low Cost, But I Don'T Trust That Thet Are Legit. How Can I Get The Forms I Need To Fill Out Myself? I Don'T Have Any Money To Pay For A Lawyer.
You do not always need a lawyer to divorce, its a common misconception. I have heard about these sites, and while I cannot tell you if they're legit or not, I can say I've heard that some provide out of date or incorrect divorce papers. Each state has different papers, and I assume they change often....if the site gives you out of date or incorrect papers not only will you be out that money but the judge would deny your divorce.
I used a document prep site, they did the divorce docs for me.
Can Someone With A Felony Conviction Become An Attorney In The U.S.?
I Teach College Courses In State Correctional Facilities. A Student Posed This Question To Me. I Know That People With Felonies Are Not Allowed To Become Attorneys In Some States, But I Don'T Know If The Restriction Applies To All States. Thanks.
The conviction of a felony is not an automatic disqualification for a person becoming a lawyer. However, the applicant must show "good moral character." (some find this humorous considering the profession, but I digress).
A conviction will in every state raise a big red flag. An investigation will commence, and the burden is on the applicant to show that his conduct as an attorney will be above reproach.
What does this mean? It all depends on the state and, more importantly, the person performing the investigation and making the recommendation to the licensing authority.
It is not uncommon for an attorney, licensed to practice law, to be convicted of a felony, have his license suspended or revoked, and then have his license reinstated. However, the number of felons who request licensure and are denied is not known as their information (applications for the bar) are typically not public information.
In many (I believe most) states, the question about what is "moral turpitude" is a fluid issue, depending heavily on the facts and circumstances of the individual who is applying.
It is NOT out of the question that a person applying for licensure would be accepted. However, the applicant should be prepared for an in-depth investigation, and should be prepared with references of good character with the knowledge that these references will be checked. This is not to guarantee licensure, but your students should know that there is hope.
Question About Child Labor Laws?
Flsa: No Employment Permitted During School Hours. May Work After School In Occupations Not Declared Hazardous In Agriculture. See Child Labor Bulletin 102. (Exception: 12 And 13 Year-Olds May Be Employed With Written Parental Consent Or On A Farm Where The Minor’S Parent Is Also Employed; Minors Under 12 May Be Employed With Written Parental Consent On Farms Where Employees Are Exempt From The Federal Minimum Wage Provisions.)
I'M 13. Does This Mean I Can Get A Job At Some Places If My Parents Say It'S Fine?
Chapter 450.021 governs the minimum age for minors working in certain occupations. In general, children below the age of 13 cannot be gainfully employed in any occupation; however, the law states that there is no minimum age for a child working as a page in the Florida State Legislature. Minimum age laws do not apply to the entertainment industry either, in recognition of the fact that sometimes a theater, film or television production may call for the portrayal of a very young child. Children under the age of 10 cannot be employed to deliver newspapers, no child under the age of 17 may be employed anywhere that alcoholic drinks are sold to the public, unless the child is working in a drug store, grocery store or other retail establishment where alcoholic drinks are sold to be consumed off the premises, as set out in Chapter 562.13 of the Florida statutes.
Children below the age of 15 are not allowed to work in hazardous environments or with hazardous equipment. These are listed in Section 450.061 of the Florida statutes and include work with power mowers, work in sawmills or logging, work on scaffolding, heavy building work, work making or transporting flammable substances, or manufacturing work involving heavy machinery. Other hazardous occupations include elevator repair, spray painting, alligator wrestling and door-to-door commercial selling. The law further states that children under the age of 18 cannot work with, or near, explosives or radioactive materials. Children younger than 18 also are not allowed to work as firefighters, in the meat-packing and slaughter industry or in any occupation involving work on electrical wiring. Working with tractors and working with metal-forming machines also is forbidden to those younger than 18.
Violation of Child Labor Laws
Violation of the Florida child labor laws is considered to be a misdemeanor in the second degree, and every day that the law is violated counts as a separate offense. This means that if a child is employed for seven days contrary to Florida laws, the employer has committed seven separate offenses. A company, government agency or person suspected of violating child labor laws must be given a written notice stating the rule that is being violated and the facts supporting the department of labor's suspicions. The notice must also state the action that must be taken to remedy the violation of the law and a time frame for taking the action. If the party who is breaking the law complies with the terms of the notice within the specified time frame no fine is levied, but if an employer continues to break the law beyond the time frame of the notice, the maximum fine that can be imposed is $25,000, depending on the seriousness and frequency of the offense.
I Got Caught Shoplifting, Legal Advice?
I Was With A Friend, Long Story Short We Walked Out With A Tube Of Lipstick From The Store Valued $12. We Were Caught, Parents Were Informed And Since We Are 17 The Police Told Us To Call Youth Referral Program Within Seven Days And Made Us Sign Our Signatures.
My Question Is, What Happens If I Dont Call The Referral Program? Will They Know? Do They Have Any Records? They Said I Dont Have A Record All I Have To Do Is Some Program And Pay A Fine And Its Like It Never Happened. I Have 3 Days Left To Call Please Help.
Geez, stupid twice. Why would you not call? Are you on a self-destructive path? Do you want to go to juvie and have a record? They will try you as an adult.
If you choose not to call, the police can press charges against you. And yes, they do follow up.
By the way, you can also expect a bill, for a civil fine, from the people you stole from. That will run $250 or more. And that is separate from the criminal case. And yes, you do have to pay it or they will take you to court, sue you and your parents, and you will get stuck with legal fees.
You don't really seem to know what you did, because you haven't learned a damn thing. Stop breaking the law. Follow the rules, or spend the rest of your life unemployable because you have a record and no one will want you.