4 Strategies To Help Your Lawyer Assist You To If you want a lawyer for any excuse, you need to work closely with them so that you can win your case. No matter how competent they are, they're planning to need your help. Listed below are four important methods to help your legal team enable you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest And Up Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - regardless of what information you're likely to reveal in their mind. Privilege means anything you say is saved in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team has to know everything in advance - particularly information one other side could learn about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuous and factual account of most information related to your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the data they should assist them to win. 3. Turn Up Early For All Those Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and steer clear of wasting the attorney's time, too, when you are punctually, whenever. In fact, because you may want to discuss last second details or perhaps be extra ready for the case you're facing, it's smart to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate You Have Your Act Together If you've been involved in any type of crime, it's important in order to convince a legal court which you both regret the actions and are making strides toward improving your life. For example, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for any rehab program. Be sincere and linked to the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely along with your legal team increases your chances of absolute success. Follow these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you ought to win your case.
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I Need An Affordable Lawyer?
I Got A Speeding Ticket In Yuma Az, And Would Rather Pay For A Lawyer To Fight It Off Then To Pay The Ticket Fine And My Raised Insurance Cost. This Is Granted Of Course, That The Lawyer Fees Are Considerably Less.
Depends on how much the ticket is for.
While you are probably pissed off at getting a ticket, you must realize that lawyers are expensive to hire in any shape or form. Even bad ones.
Unless you are facing some serious $1000 fine or something along those lines, you are better off paying the ticket. Also, a lawyer would probably only be able to plead and you wouldn't have as many points on your license and would pay a reduced fine.
Alabama Minor Work Laws?
I Was Wondering What The Laws Where On How Many Hours A 16, 17 Year Old, Can Work. I Got Into An Argument With My Manegment Because They Said I Cannot Work More Than 8 Hours A Day Because I Am A Minor. Is This True? I Cannot Find Anywhere That Says That. Plus I Have Worked Over 8 Hours Many Many Times, And No One Has Said Anything.
by federal and Alabama law you are correct but NEVER argue with management. the company you work for may have a policy not to work minors more then 8 hours a day. arguing with a manger is insubordination, never put yourself in the wrong to prove a point. ask for clarification if it is law or policy and explain you just need to know because the federal law says you can work any hours and Alabama law does not limit the number of hours in a day. this website will give you more info:
or this site is for the US Department of Labor "YouthRules!":
Is It Legal For Insurance To Take My Check From Insurance After Wreck?
I Had A Wreck A Couple Weeks Ago And Told Me I Could Come Pick Up My Check Today From Insurance. When I Got There To Fill Out The Paperwork And Pick Up The Check They Told Me It Wasn'T Ready And That They Will Have To Send It To The Car Dealer (Express Credit Auto) So They Can Take Out What I Owe And They Give Me Whats Left Which I Do Not Have A Car Now And The Check Was To Get Me Another Car, Which I Told Them And All They Said Was To Use What Is Left To Get Another Car By Them. Which I Just Want My Check So I Can Get My Car, I Told Them I Will Still Be Paying My Bill For The Car But They Then Said It Is Illegal For The Insurance To Give Me The Check When They Hold The Lien To The Car. I Don'T Know What The Legal Side Is, Can Anyone Help Me??
Yes, if your car is totaled, and the title reflects a "first secured party of interest," that means the car is collateral on a car loan. And the insurance company is required to protect their interests.
Sometimes they will send one settlement check with two payees listed, and sometimes they will issue two checks, one to you and the other to the loan company. To do that, they would need to contact the loan company to get the pay-off balance on the loan.
You need to find out what the pay-off balance is today on your car loan, and compare that to the amount of the settlement proceeds. You will get any money that is in excess of the pay-off balance on the car loan. If the pay-off balance is MORE than the settlement, then you get nothing. In that case, we would say you are "underwater" on your car loan.
If you are "underwater," then check and see if you have any GAP insurance to help you.
How To Waive Property Damage And Personal Injury Liability For Minors.?
If I'M A Minor, And I'M Doing Small Jobs (Lets Say, Hanging Christmastime Lights For A Neighbor) And I Want To Protect Myself From Them Suing My Parents Or Me For Any Damages That May Occur, Or Protect Them From Having To Pay For Any Self Injury That May Occur To Me Wail I Am Working, Is There A Waiver Or Contract Of Some Sort That Can Protect Me And My Client From Both Of Those Things Without Having To Pay For Insurance?
Much Appreciated :)
Yes. You can have them sign a waiver saying as much. Also, fun fact, parents are not liable for the torts (personal injury or property damage) of their children. Generally these are drafted by lawyers, but for something small like this, you can simply write a note that says the above and have the client sign it. Unfortunately, as a minor, you cannot legally waive harm that may come to you because minors cannot bind themselves to a contract.
What Is The Difference Of Legal Separation From Annulment?
Can You Please Differentiate Them ?
Please Be Informative And If You Have Links Where I Could Find Definitions Please
Place It Here, Thank You.
"Legal Separation is simply the name of a case. It is a distinct cause of action that can be brought to compel payments of reasonable support or maintenance from a spouse who won't pay voluntarily. To qualify, you must already be separated, without fault on your part. The procedures of this type of case are almost identical to those of divorce and the costs are about the same. A Judgment for Legal Separation will ultimately be entered but the court cannot divide ownership of the marital assets (unless both parties agree to do so). A judgment for Legal Separation will not dissolve the marriage. Legal Separation provides limited relief and is recommended only in certain, unique instances."
"Similar to a divorce filing, a marriage annulment case proceeds with a filing, petition, summons, and ancillary documents. The grounds for marriage annulment are stated in the petition. Many times, annulments occur after very short marriages, so there is no need to divide assets or debts or decide custody of children produced by the marriage."
Information About Germany Drinking And Driving Laws ?
Okaaay, Im In A Military Family And My Dad Is Getting Orders To Germany. I Just Wanted To Know What Are The Legal Driving And Drinking Ages. Like Is It Different On And Off Base ? I Was Researching It Myself And I Saw That The Legal Age To Buy Beer And Wine Was 16. And Driving Was 18. Is That Different For Americans ? Thank You.
Dear Meme Babe,
Okay, my father was career military and I lived in Germany 3 years as a high school student. That was many years ago. But like the US, European countries have been imposing stricter and stricter DUI laws over the past 10 years. 'Drinking' is one thing. 'Drinking and Driving' is another. It's a crime that can put you in jail bigtime. Even wine-guzzling France has strict drinking and driving laws now, for the simple reason that innocent people die when people are allowed to drink and drive.
THE BIG POINT HERE IS the fact that your father is US military stationed in a foreign country and you are there for no other reason than you are his dependent. Do not take this lightly: whatever you do reflects on your father. If you have a drinking/driving accident, your father's employer, the US military, is going to hear about it--for legal reasons for one thing, given you are US military (or US military dependent) who has to appear before a German or other foreign court--and for the reason that the US military does not want to be embarrassed by the behavior of its forces, or their dependents, in a foreign country. As I was taught in school, 'We American dependents are ambassadors for the United States.' For a 3rd reason, if you do have an accident you can be sure that everybody in your military community is going to know about it--your classmates, your neighbors, your teachers, your mother's friends, all of your father's superiors, everybody.
So, for your father's sake, forget about drawing the fine line between 'when you can legally drink, and how much can you legally drink and get away with, etc.,' because chances are you'll misjudge 'how much you legally drank' anyway. And foreign courts are often not kind to Americans who break the law (especially France).
So do your father a favor and don't drink and drive under any circumstances. If still in doubt, ASK YOUR FATHER his opinion on this matter. Regarding 'what age can you legally drive'--ask your father to find out for you.
Good luck to you--you're going to love Germany!