Finding A Skilled Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will notice that there are loads of lawyers in your area that advertise they are experts in your type of case. This will make the procedure of finding one with significant amounts of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the tips below it will be possible to limit your research to the correct one in very little time. The first task is to make a selection of the lawyers that happen to be listed in your area that specialize in your needs. While you are causeing this to be list you must only include those which you have an effective vibe about according to their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down by using a bit of time evaluating their site. There you should be able to find how many years they are practicing and several general details about their success rates. At this stage your list should have shrunken further to individuals that you just felt had professional websites along with an appropriate volume of experience. You should then take the time to check out independent reviews of each attorney. Be sure to look at the reviews instead of just relying upon their overall rating. The information in the reviews will provide you with a solid idea of the way they interact with their clients and how much time they invest into each case they are concentrating on. Finally, you will need to talk to a minimum of the final three lawyers who have the credentials you are searching for. This provides you with enough time to genuinely evaluate how interested they may be in representing your case. It is vital that you follow all of these steps to actually find someone containing the right measure of experience to help you get the perfect outcome.
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Is This Legal? Curfew Question?
I Want To Go Out With My Friend At 3:00 A.M Just To Walk Around The Neighborhood (It's So Peaceful At Night). We Are Not Going To Do Anything Illegal. We Are Both Under 18. If It Is Illegal, What Would The Punishments Be?
Your question has been reproduced below to preserve the original fact pattern to which this answer applies:
Q: "Is this legal? Curfew Question? I want to go out with my friend at 3:00 A.M just to walk around the neighborhood (it's so peaceful at night). We are not going to do anything illegal. We are both under 18. If it is illegal, what would the punishments be?"
A: There is no quick answer to your question.
Some municipalities maintain curfews. But without knowing where you are it's impossible to answer this question accurately and fully. Sometimes curfews apply to persons under the age of 16 but not those from 16 to 18. You need to check with your local police department or seek professional legal advice in your area.
Your presence outside of your home after curfew is the illegal act even where you may not be otherwise engaged in illegal activity. The infraction will usually result in the police telling you to go home or taking you into custody and calling your parents/guardian to come pick you up. Rarely is a citation issued. But if it were, the penalty would be fairly minor-- kind of like a traffic ticket. The bad part is that you establish a record of violations then-- something you really want to avoid.
If you are under 16, then-- quite honestly-- your parents shouldn't be letting you out at 3AM. Even if you are older, that shouldn't be a regular event for you. Yes, you could be doing worse things. But is that really a very high standard to hold up for yourself? And yes, you probably aren't causing any real harm to anyone-- except yourself. Do you have good grades and are you learning in school? (Are you even in school?) If not, then your chosen lifestyle of walking the neighborhood at 3AM might not be as beneficial to you as you suppose. Try developing a routine where you get in bed at an earlier hour and wake up earlier. You might find that's peaceful too.
[This is not legal advice. You should consult a licensed attorney-at-law for legal advice or representation before making decisions that may affect your legal rights.]
Aggressive Custody Attorney In Boise Idaho?
Can Anyone Recommend An Aggressive, Honest, Knowledgeable Family Law Attorney In Boise Idaho?
We Live In Texas And Are Trying To Get Custody Of My Husbands Kids. It'S Really Hard To Find Someone Commendable From So Far Away. We'Ve Had Bad Experiences In The Past With Attorney'S Just Taking Our Money For The Sake Of Making It, And Not Doing What They Promised. We Need Someone Who Is A Go Getter And Who Won’T Abuse Our Bill.
You probably won't find an answer on Yahoo Answers. Very few legitimate attorneys, much less ones from Boise, visit Yahoo Answers. Most of the people on here are wannabe lawyers who give bad legal advice.
Your best bet is to visit an actual legal forum visited by real attorneys. For example, see the link below.
Would A Double Major In Psychology And Sociology Help A Person Who Would Want To Practice Family Law?
I Want To Double Major In Psychology And Sociology At Brigham Young University. But I Need To Know If Those Degrees Would Allow Me To Continue My Education At A Law School. My Goal Is To Practice Family Law At An Adoption Agency.
I would recommend majoring in only psychology and taking some supplemental pre-law courses.
Here is a link to some of the law information at Brigham Young: http://ccc.byu.edu/ppa/handouts
It is difficult to find a high-paying job with just a bachelor's degree in psychology or sociology. No matter what you will need to get a law degree, master's degree or Ph.D. With good grades in psychology and some pre-law classes you are more likely to get into law school. Psychology is actually a good degree to have if you want to become a law student. In order to practice law you will need to attend law school after receiving your bachelor's degree. Find a program that has an emphasis on family law and focus on meeting the requirements for that particular program. It is best to start early to make sure you don't take unnecessary classes. Take classes at Brigham Young to make yourself the perfect candidate for a family law program. You could even meet with the pre-law advisors and see what they would recommend.
Furthermore, sociology is more focused on large group dynamics. This will not be very beneficial if you want to get into family law because family law is more individual-centered. I looked over Brigham Young's psychology requirements and you can definitely take some social psychology classes if you are interested in that area. Double majoring doesn't always look very good. It can be stressful, take longer, and it generally looks better to a law or graduate school if you really apply yourself to one area.
So to sum this all up, I would definitely recommend focusing on a mix of pre-law classes and psychology. This will make you a better-rounded candidate.
$15,000 I Phone Bill?
Ok. I Just Got Off The Phone With At-T. I Downloaded A Crap Full Of Apps Using The 3G Network. I Also Downloaded Some Songs. Now I Find Out That I Dont Have A Data Plan. Also, I Put My Entire Families Iphones ( I Bought My Sons My Daughter The 3G As Well) And They All Downloaded Apps/Songs. And Now Im Stuck With A $15,000 Phone Bill. Any Help? Anything I Can Do? I Called At-T And Threatened Them With My Attorney And They Said They Will Call Back. I Really Need Help Clearing This Mess Up So Please Help
If you're dealing with a nice rep, they can offer to add the data plan retroactively, to cover the costs of the downloads (Songs are usually extra anyway) however, they can also tell you it's not their problembecause you should have been aware what you did or did not have on your plan and you could have called customer service to verify. I hope they help you though, sounds like an honest (and expensive) mistake.
An Unpaid Wages Prob... Do I Need A Lawyer?
I Worked At A Fast Food Restaurant For 4 Months, They Never Paid Me My First Month & A Half (I Didn’T Quit, Idk Why) The Manager Made Excuses Because She Kept Losing My Employment Forms, And I Had To Fill'M Out 4 Times. Well Finaly I Got A Pay Check And It Wasnt In My Name!!! Well I Was Pregnant & Getting Married, I Needed The Money, So I Regrettably Took It. I Kept Asking About That Month And A Half, When I’D Get Paid For That Time, And No One Ever Did Anything... Well, We Got A New Manager And He Is Trying To Do Something About It, But They Don’T Have The Right Hours I Worked, Now They Owe Me 700 Bucks And The Owner Is Out Of The Country For A Month. I Called A Lawyer And He Said I Don’T Need To Sue (Plus That Costs So Much) That I Can Go To Some Unpaid Wages Place And Make Them Pay... But I Didn’T Find The Place He Was Talking About And Now I Cant Find His Number Again... What Do I Do? Im Me If U Must! It’S A Mager Food Chain By The Way, Not Some Cheap Don’T Have The Money, Place.
I would ask a lawyer's opinion.
I have recently found this http://locate-lawyer.info/ you tell them what the prob is, they'll send it off to
their lawyers who might or might not get back to you with a quote.
You then decide who to go with.
It's free till you choose someone, then obviously you pay the lawyer. You don't have to follow through
with anything so you might as well try it
How Do I Find A Pro Bono Divorce Attorney?
I Can'T Afford An Attorney But My Divorce Will Probably Be Contested, And I'M Running Out Of Time Until The Restraining Order Runs Out. I Need To Protect My Kids. Are There Any Reputable Websites To Find Pro Bono Attorneys In My City? How Can I Tell If Any Are Scams?
Depends on where you live. If there's domestic violence involved, you can perhaps find some limited assistance via a local agency or service like legal aid. Otherwise contested divorces don't tend to get pro bono assistance. Especially if people are fighting over things like money and property, an attorney isn't going to be motivated to give you their time for free so you can fight until the cows come home over how much money you get to walk away with. If you're fleeing abuse and it's not about money battles first and foremost, you're more likely to find assistance. Talk to the services that help with things like TRO's and abuse scenarios and they'll let you know if there's legal assistance possibly out there for your own situation.