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How To Find A Good Lawyer?
I Have A Small Business In A Moderate Size City. I Can'T Find An Attorney. Either My Case Is Too Small, Or They Have A Conflict. I Hired One And The Idiot Didn'T Even Open My Webpage About The Issue With All The Details, Showed Up Unprepared And Told Me To Set The Case Up. Another Told Me After He Took The Case And We Were Headed To Court, That He Had To Ask Permission Of The Defendant Because She Was A Client Of His, Not Current But Does Some Things For Her During The Year. There Is A Real Old Boy Network And I Need An Aggressive Attorney That Can Handle Small Business Issues. A Third Was So Afraid Of The Other Attorney, He Just Kissed His Behind And Was His Yes Man The Whole Time, I Think He Wanted A Job With That Firm. Arrrghhh. Suggestions Please? I Want To Go After One Of Them For Legal Malpractice.
sounds like you are a real plum. I would love to read the web page, can you email me the url?
if you don't like the lawyers in your town, all the rest in the whole state are available. they can't all have conflicts.
My guess is you are not willing to pay top dollar for top talent, and your case does not involve a very interesting legal principle nor does it promise a profitable effort. Although it may be important to you, that doesn't mean it is going to be important to anyone else, especially those with top skills who are in demand for top dollar for interesting cases.
I Need Lawyer Advice!!!!!!!!?
My Mother In Law Doesn't Like Me And Always Makes It A Competetion Between My Family And Hers And We Moved In With My Mom To Save Money To Buy Our Own House The House We Lived In Wasnt Perfect For A Baby And The Way She Is Acting We Told Her That She Can't See Our Daughter Until She Stops And Acts Like A Human Being. She Calls Me Horrid Names And If You Have Seen The Movie Monster In Law With Jennifer Lopez Its Worse Than That... Now She Is Threatening To Call Childrens Services On Us And Get My Husband (Her Son) For Incompatance Because He Never Followed Up With The Military For Post Dramatic Stress... From Being In Iraq (He Is Completely Fine Doesn't Want To Harm Himself Or Others Trust Me!) Guess Question Is Can She Do This And Does She Really Have Rights To See Her Grandchild... She Calles And Curses Us Out Daily ..Would U Want Your Daughter Around That ?
Grandparents do not have inherent rights to see their grandchildren. However, there are some situations in which a grandparent will be able to exert visitation or custody rights when the parents are incompetent. However, if you husband were found to be incompetent (which doesn't sound like will hapen) your children will not be removed from his custody unless a court orders that be done and, in that event, you would be given full custody and could still preclude the grandmother from seing your children in all but the most exceptional cases. In my state (California) the grandmother must actually prove that there is a significant bodn already developed between her and the grandchildren and even having custody of the child for several months didn't rise to that level in one case I know of. Ultimately, I believe you have nothing to worry about. Typically CPS will hear her case and do nothing; at most, they will open a file on it and drop it after investigation if there is no evidence to substantiate any hardship or danger to the child. Keep in mind that a "best interests of the child" standard will be used and there is generally a presumption that staying with the married parents is in the child's best interest.
Regarding your latter stated concerns, I would keep a record of the text messages, possibly contact your phone provider for a print out of them for your records. It generally does not present a problem that you are living with your parents if all of the child's needs are provided for and there is no significant disruption caused by that arrangement.
One thing I do need to respond to is that you shouldn't record anyone's phone call unless you have a restraining order from a court granting you the right to do so or that person's written or recorded consent.
*This entry is not intended to constitute legal advice or create an attorney-client, fiduciary, or other legal relationship.
In Las Vegas What Are The Legal Options If The Will Of A Loved One Is Blocked From Entering Probate?
My Uncle Passed Away In Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada During February Of This Year And We Have Not Been Notified By The Trustees Of The Estate Regarding Probate. I Cannot Prove That I Was In The Will Other Than My Uncle Mentioning It When I Lived With Him.
I Can Prove That My Uncle'S Estate Exceeds $10-15 Million (This Is Public Information) And That My Brothers And I Are The Only Living Relatives Other Than A Wife He Married Very Late In Life. The Wife (Of 5 Years) Refuses To Answer Our Letters And We Do Not Have A Telephone Number For Her.
My Brothers And I Are Worried That The Will Never Entered Probate And That My Uncle'S Wife Is Living Off Of The Trust And Assets.
Unfortunately, I Live In Florida And Cannot Afford To Move Back To Las Vegas.
When the wife is still living you more than likely will have to deal with her for this purpose after thing do settle down and you get a better idea of where things stand and where they are going at this time in your life.
The wife will be using the below enclosed information if they were still legally married after December 31 2010 for the 2011 tax year MFJ income tax return.
For the tax year of death the surviving spouse will file as married filing jointly the same as in past years using all of the itemized deductions and medical expenses that they are eligible to claim. The surviving spouse will be signing the tax return as a surviving spouse. Funeral expenses are not deductible on the individual tax return.
The surviving spouse alone can file the joint return if no personal representative has been appointed before the due date for filing the final joint return for the year of death. This also applies to the return for the preceding year if the decedent died after the close of the preceding tax year and before the due date for filing that return.
The word DECEASED, the decedent's name, and the date of death should be written across the top of the tax return. In the name and address space the surviving spouse should write the name and address of the decedent and, if a joint return, of the surviving spouse.
The surviving spouse (on a joint return) should sign the return and write in the signature area Filing as surviving spouse.
For more information go to www.irs.gov and use the search boxes for Publication 559 Survivors, Executors, and Administrators
This publication is designed to help those in charge of the property (estate) of an individual who has died (decedent). It shows them how to complete and file federal income tax returns and points out their responsibility to pay any taxes due.
A comprehensive example, using tax forms, is included near the end of this publication.
For more information the enclosed web site has some very useful information that you can use.
You also do not want to forget about the state tax returns.
Hope that you find the above enclosed information useful and good luck to you. 10/30/2011
I Need Advice In Private From A Solicitor Expert In Family Law In Ireland Please. Please?
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try your local phone book or local newspaper
Construction Law Assignment Help?
I Have An Assignment In Regards To Construction Law.
1. What Are The Duties Of The Contractor, The One Issuing The Contract?
2. What Are The Duties Of The Subcontractor?
3. What Are The Strengths And Weaknesses Of The Subcontractor?
4. Why Is It Important To Understand The Subcontractor Provisions?
5. Why Is It Important To Stay Within The Legal Framework Of The Construction Law While Working On Construction Project.
I Greatly Appreciate You Help With My Assignment!
Can You Plz Defiane Child Abuse?
My Dad Hits Me And My Friends Say That This Is Child Abuse...
( I Also Want To Be A Lawyer So This Is Helpful Thanx )
According to the home schooling mother reference dictionary:
Child abuse can be displayed with a variety of behaviors:
yelling, slapping, hitting, name-calling, swearing, touching, sexual advances, sexual violence, beating, or neglect.
It can be demonstrated in deprivation of food, clothing, shelter, medical care, privacy, or safety.
(There's other stuff, but I'm writing this "off the cuff.")
Although child abuse is rarely "intentional", in my experience there are some indicators that might predict the event:
1.) Parents who are trying to teach their child "once and for all" that a behavior is wrong might become overly aggressive in their training techniques.
2.) Parents who are "over-stressed" by events in their lives and cannot balance the responsibilities of parenting with the other events in their lives.
3.) Parents who lack the skills of patience and communication.
4.) Parents with personality disorders that cause them to want to use, harm, and/or abuse children.
I don't see spanking as a form of child abuse. Many states allow corporal punishment -- even in the schools. I think abuse is expressed through spanking, though, when a parent is trying to make a "once and for all" adjustment in the child's behavior, or when the parent -- out of frustration or anger -- is harsh or cruel or causes physical or emotional damage to the child.
It's impossible to know from your post whether your Dad is slapping your hand or whether he may be hauling off and backhanding you across the room. One might be controlled and appropriate... the other would be assault. In the remaining spectrum are various degrees of behaviors from kind to cruel.
If you feel that you are being treated in an abusive way by ANY adult, you should talk with your school guidance counselor or nurse or contact the police. You have a right to get intervention from professionals where your safety and well-being are concerned. Family relationships can be difficult things to work through. Get advice from someone who can help you.