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4 Approaches To Help Your Lawyer Allow You To When you need a legal professional for any excuse, you need to work closely using them in order to win your case. Regardless of how competent they are, they're likely to need your help. Listed below are four important strategies to help your legal team assist you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest Or Higher Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - no matter what information you're going to reveal in their mind. Privilege means what you say is held in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team needs to know everything in advance - most importantly information one other side could discover and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a regular and factual account of information pertaining to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with the data they should help them to win. 3. Turn Up Early For All Those Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and get away from wasting the attorney's time, too, by being by the due date, every time. The truth is, because you might need to discuss very last minute details or perhaps be extra prepared for the truth you're facing, it's smart to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been charged with any sort of crime, it's important to be able to prove to the legal court that you both regret the actions and therefore are making strides toward improving your life. By way of example, if you're facing driving under the influence, volunteer to get a rehab program. Be sincere and involved with the neighborhood the judge is presiding over. Working more closely along with your legal team increases your chances of absolute success. Try this advice, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you ought to win your case.

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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. Just Wondering...

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.

Any Good Product Liability Insurance Company?
What'S A Good Insurance Company That Provide Inexpensive Product Liability Insurance For A Start Up? This Is For California State, Don'T Know If That Matter Or Not. Thanks!

There are LOTS of good product liability companies. Absolutely, you ARE still "on the hook" for liability for a product you sell to someone else, even if you don't make it.

The appropriate company is going to depend on the exact product, WHERE it is manufactured, and if the manufacturer names YOU as additional insured -vendor under THEIR product liability coverage.

You cannot buy this and bypass an agent. No captive agents are going to be able to give you a new quote for a startup business like this. You will need to find an independent agent, who can shop this out for you.

Trust Issues With Immigration Lawyer?
I Have Been Struggling For My Rights To Be Legal In This Country For A Long Time Now. I Believe I Am At The Final Point Now, Petitioning For Motion To Reopen. Most Of The Lawyers I Talked To, Trying To Find One, That I Would Trust, Say That The Chances Are Very Slim. I Wonder, If The Immigration Lawyer Is Saying That, What Are The Chances He Would Not Be Treating The Case As A Failed One. Immigration Industry Is Such A Money Sucking Hole, Because People Are Ready To Pay As Much As Needed, And Then I Hear At The End......Well Good Luck. You Pay Tons Of Money, And You Get..&Quot;That'S The Way The Cookie Crumbles&Quot; Is There Anyone Who Protects The Client'S Rights In This Industry? As An Example, My Lawyer'S Assistant Was Filling Out The Biographical Form (Mine And My Spouse'S) And Made 6 Six Mistakes On Two Pages, If I Wouldn'T Ve Noticed, Who Would? And Then False Information Lands On Judge'S Desk? I Mean Clerical Mistaces Happen, I Am A Clerk Myself, But Here People'S Lives Are At Stake. Please Help

Like any type of lawyer, there are good immigration lawyers and bad immigration lawyers. However, if you go to a good and reputable immigration law firm, the chances that you will be materially prejudiced is very small. What is horrible about Immigration Law is that a lot of immigration benefits are at the discretion of the DHS (Department of Homeland Security) or EOIR (The immigration Courts and the Board of Immigration Appeals). So, even if your attorneys are phenomenal and argue your case convincingly, DHS can just reply "that's great, but i'm choosing not to exercise favorable discretion,"and deny your case.

If, however, your attorney or his/her staff are completely incompetent and don't address your concerns, then you can and should complain to your state bar association.

The worst thing anyone can do, especially if you have a difficult or complicated case that needs a motion to reopen or motion to reissue is to go to non-lawyers for help. I used to work for one of the oldest and most respected Immigration Law Firms in the country. I spent most of my time helping clients who screwed over by a "service agency." These service agencies generally fill out a few bogus asylum applications for clients and charge them a few hundred dollars less than a law firm would. For hearings they hire horrible attorneys who further screw over these clients. Then the service agency shuts down and opens up in a new location under a new name to start the scam over again. The clients are either deported or if they are not caught, live here illegally. The lucky few are able to hire actual attorneys - usually at a much higher rate because now they have to fix the service agencies mistakes. So don't go to service agencies!!

What Is Life Like When Dating Or Marrying To A Corporate Law Firm Partner?
I Would Like To Specify My Question About Corporate M&A Law Firm Partners Husbands Or Boyfriends. Can People Share Their Experience With Me What Is It Like Marrying To A Corporate M&A Law Firm Partner? Since They Are Partners, Can They Spend More Time With The Family Or They Still Have To Work Like Cattles And Worry About Billable Hours All The Time? Are They Home Often? Do They Have To Travel To Other Cities Or Countries? Thank You.

In a typical medium to large sized firm a partner is expected to supervise associate attorneys and staff, as well as bring in large, paying clients. They're responsible for also bringing in billable clients, in the sense that they can bill out a sum total of so many hours of time per week in addition to their usual duties.

They make a larger cut of the profits, but they also have some liability when the firm is losing money. All in all its a good position to be in when the economy is going strong and you have strong clients, not so good when the economy is weak and your strong clients try and cut corners.

Typical time spent at work 60 to 70 hours a week. Probably be the same if he or she were to be working on their own.

Associates probably put in more time, closer to 90 hours a week.

Typical schmoozing with corporate clients involves attending parties, throwing parties, entertaining clients when they're in town, flying out to clients either to represent them out of town or to consult with them at their main office, etc.

There will also be times when contributions are made to charities in both time and money. It can get hectic. Expect a lot of golf, tennis, and other activity situations.

How Can You Check Into A Lawyer'S Background To Makes Sure He Is The Good Attorney That He Claims To Be?

try the following:

1. ask the clerks at the courthouse
2. search legal briefs online for his name
3. search newspapers' content for his name -- who did he defend?

4. check to see if he's in good standing with state bar association
5. ask other attorneys, but not criminal defense ones [they'll maybe not tell truth since they'll oppose him in court].
6. ask other defendants you meet while in the system