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Finding A Seasoned Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will recognize that there are many lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise they concentrate on your form of case. This can make the entire process of finding one with a great deal of experience a bit of a challenge. However, if you follow the following it will be possible to define your research to the correct one in almost no time. The initial step is to produce a listing of the lawyers that are listed in your neighborhood focusing on your circumstances. While you are causeing this to be list you should only include those you have an effective vibe about based upon their advertisement. You can then narrow this list down by using a bit of time evaluating their webpage. There you will be able to find just how many years they are practicing and several general details about their success rates. At this time your list should have shrunken further to the people that you felt had professional websites as well as an appropriate level of experience. You should then take time to check out independent reviews of each attorney. Make sure you browse the reviews instead of just relying on their overall rating. The details inside the reviews gives you a concept of how they connect with their clientele and the length of time they invest into each case they are focusing on. Finally, you will need to talk with at the very least the final three lawyers which may have the credentials you would like. This will provide you with some time to really evaluate how interested they are in representing you and your case. It is actually crucial for you to follow every one of these steps to actually find a person which includes the correct degree of experience to get you the very best outcome.

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Father Custody Laws Without Parenting Plan?
My Husband Is Trying To Find Out If He Can Get His Daughter Because When His Ex Wife And Him Split Up Neither Made A Parenting Plan And The Ex Wife Took The Child. The Childs Now 5 And He Has To Ask Permission To See His Daughter. We Are Just Trying To Find Out If She Can Keep Him From Taking His Dauighter When He Wants To See Her?

I cannot believe a judge allowed a divorce without there being a custody plan in place for the child. That is incredibly unusual (as in it never happens--unless the judge didn't know the child existed, and if that's the case, they lied on the divorce papers). If the child has been with her mother for years and he simply takes the child without Mom's permission, it will be very easy for her obtain legal custody and to request/get an order requiring that any of his visitations from that point forward be supervised. He really doesn't want to have to have supervised visits. They need to go to court and get a custody/visitation plan.

Alimony Payments?
I Have Costudy Of My 16 Year Old Son.I Still Have To Pay $300.00 Per Month In Alimony.I Get No Support.I No Longer Can Afford This.I Have Been Paying For 6 Months And Am Losing Everything.I Have No Extra Money To Hire A Lawyer.Please Help

You don't say a lot about your divorce settlement other than you pay $300 a month in alimony and receive no child support. bdancer's response about going to court to get the alimony changed or to receive support may be difficult. Alimony is not as freely awarded as it once was. If it is, the person getting it must not be very well off and I doubt they could afford support. Good luck, but I don't see how you could get anything done without a lawyer which you say you cannot afford.

Medical Malpractice Attorney In Washington State?
I Am Looking For Any Info On A Good Medical Malpractice Attorney That Is In Western Washington State. If You Live Here And Have Dealt With One,Please Let Me Know The Contact Info. Thanks For Answering My Question And Have A Great Day Or Night!

Hey Joe... I don't know a specific medical malpractice attorney here in western WA, but this website helped me choose a very good attorney (outside of med. malpractice): www.lawyers.com. I emailed 10 and 8 got right back to me. I interviewed them first via phone; checked with the state bar association and chose one; worked out excellent.

Good luck!

How Much Will I Pay In Alimony?
Im Going Through A Divorce & Would Really Appreciate If Someone Who Has Experience With Alimony Can Give Me Some Insight. I'M Going Through A Divorce With My Soon To Be Ex Wife Back In November We Met For The Divorce And Were Given A Bunch Of Paperwork To Have Filled Out. Such As Legal Seperation Papers Which Have Been Notarized And On The Papers She Stated She Doesn'T Want Any Alimony But I Don'T Trust Her And I Want To Be Prepared. Were Meeting In 2 Weeks To Finalize Everything And Get Divorced. My First Question Is.. Is It Too Late For Her To Change Her Mind About The Alimony Since She Signed The Papers? Also, If I Do Get Stuck Paying Alimony What'S The Maximum I Can Pay? I Work About 40 Hrs Per Week And Make 14 An Hr And I Also Pay 122 Dollars A Week In Child Support Which Goes Directly To The State Bc She Is On Welfare. She Collects 680 Per Month In Welfare And Recieves 1,000 Dollars Or More A Month In Foodstamps And Wic Bc She Has 5 Children...3 Are Mine. She Also Pays Only 180 A Month In Rent Including Utilities Bc She Lives In Housing. I Pay 650 A Month For Rent Not Including Utilities. If I Have To Pay Will They Take Mine And Her Bills Into Consideration? I Kno Alimony Goes By State...I Live In Mass...By Her Age She'S 24..And Her Ability To Work...She Has No Disabilties. What Is The Max I Can Pay? Can They Make It Unaffordable For Me To Live? About How Long Will They Make Me Pay? Forever Or For A Few Years. We'Ve Been Married 6 1/2 Yrs And Haven'T Lived Together In At Least 2 Yrs. So Basically Can They Force Me To Take Home A 200 Dollar Paycheck Where I Won'T Be Able To Afford My Bills? Will She Have To Fight For It With A Lawyer Cus I Kno She Can'T Afford It

The calculations and rules specific to alimony vary from state to state. This should be a question you can ask your attorney if you already have one. If not, I would suggest that you hire an attorney to at least help you strategize and learn what you should do.

Generally speaking, she can ask for alimony at any point in time. In some states, it is expected. That being said, each state is set up a little differently. Some states require a 10 year married period, others have a minimum number of years that a couple must have been married before the wife can get alimony. Again, it varies from state to state.

Generally speaking, they take your income, assets, debts and ability to earn income together and balance it against her income, assets, debts and ability to earn income. If you both are about equal then you may not be required to pay. If she makes more then in some states that means she might have to pay, but this is not the norm.

You might want to spend some time looking through DadsDivorce.com as they have numerous articles, videos and Ask a Lawyer topics in relation to alimony and divorce. They also have a state by state summary page of the laws that you might want to find your state and see what is listed there about alimony. I provided the link for you below in the sources - it is the second link. There is also a forum section where you can discuss this and any other divorce related topics to the guys there who have experienced divorces themselves. They might be able to offer you some great insights as well.

Can A Law Student Study Both Criminal Law & Corporate Law? And How Many Year Do I Need To Complete Llb?
Can A Law Student Study Both Criminal Law & Corporate Law? And How Many Year Do I Need To Complete Llb In Order To Become A Lawyer And How Many Additional Years To Become A Barrister?

A law student studies both criminal and corporate law. The LLB takes three years to complete but it does not make you a lawyer, you then have to get a training contract from a law firm and spend another three years or so learning the branch of law in which you intend to practice.

A barrister does not spend any more time at university. A few of the best LLBs get hired into one of the four chambers of the Inns of Court. Each takes just a handful each year so unless your LLB is a 2.1 from Oxbridge, you stand no chance.

From An Experienced Lawyer, Can My Lawyer Say...?
Yes, I Am An Active Duty Solider Stationed In Iraq, I Will Be Going To Court For A Case With Virtually No Evidence Against Me, Arguably None. I Will Not Be Taking The Stand During Trial. Can My Lawyer Still Let The Jury Know That I Am A Career Soldier, Coming Off A Deployment, With No Priors If I Dont Take The Stand? Cause The Procecutors Have Been Grasping At Any Straws They Can During To Process To Bring Me Down Or Make My Life Harder And I Think They May Argue That He Cant State That If I Dont Take The Stand.

Your lawyer would still be allowed to give background information about you, with relevance to why it would not be possible for you to be guilty. So if it's necessary for the jury to know a good lawyer would say it.