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Many people do not think about selecting a lawyer right up until they are in desperate need. The legal problem could be personal, like family law, for a divorce or separation or if you are searching for a bankrupcy or trust legal professional. It may be a criminal condition you need to be defended on. Businesses want attorneys as well, whether they are being sued for discrimination, sexual harassment, or maybe unjust business procedures. Tax lawyers are also very helpful while dealing with government difficulties. Just like doctors, lawyers have expertise. A large, full service law firm has a number of legal professionals with distinct areas of expertise, so based upon on your individual legal issue, you can immediately hold on to the most effective attorney at law to meet your existing need without having to start your search each time you need legal assistance.It is best to locate a lawyer you can trust. You want one with a decent record, who isstraightforward, productive, and wins cases. You really want to have confidence that they will defend you thoroughly and bill you reasonably for their products and services. Quite often a reference from a close friend or business affiliate can be helpful, even so you should keep your options open and review all the firms accessible, because when you need to have legal help, you need it quickly and you want the best you can afford to pay for. Thank you for browsing for a lawyer with us. Your time is valuable, and Action Pages, at, is glad to give specific search parameters to match your needs. We consistently strive to concentrate on the most popular phrases so you can instantly find anything at all you are looking for.

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How Is That Our Probate Attorney Is Going To Get More Money Than Any Of The Airs To My Mothers Estate?

It's either because the estate is small or there's a lot of work involved in administering the estate (which is often the case with large estates). Yes, lawyers charge a pretty high fee for this type of thing, but courts are required to approve it before it can be paid. If it was an unfair fee, the judge would reject the attorney's bill and pay the attorney what the work was actually worth. You'd really be surprised about how much work goes into administration of some estates.

Admittedly, a lot of judges just rubber stamp the attorney's bill, but at least theoretically they're supposed to keep an eye on what the attorney is charging. Not knowing any specific facts it's hard to say whether the fees are warranted or whether the judge is just trusting the attorney's assessment of his own fees.

What Type Of Lawyer Can Advise On Erection And Maintenance Of Commercial Billboards And Signs In Houston,Tx?
I Need Someone Who Knows The Current Laws Regarding Billboards Being Placed Along The Freeways In My County. I Am Seeking Advise From A Lawyer Who Knows My Local Sign Code And Can Answer Questions Regarding The Erection, Placement, And Maintenance Of A Billboard In Houston, Tx.

You need to ask a local lawyer.

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Will Attorney Keep Entire Retainer?
If I Have Given An Attorney A $2000 Retainer For The First 10 Hours Of Work, And Our Case Was Settled Within 5 Hours Of His Time, Will He Keep The Remainder Of The Retainer? Our Case Was Settled In Mediation And Did Not Require Much Of The Attorney'S Time.

If he's nice, he will give half of it back.

I Need This Legal Case Broken Down I Have Some Answers Already But Need Help?Paralegal Lawyer Help On This?
Ok I Cant Find The Statute On Common Law Marriage In Iowa. Can Someone Provide The Statute? Ok Conflicting Statements Of The Law Have Confussed Me On This Issue.... In A Divorce Decree It Saise That If The Defendant Cohabits Or Is Remarried Any Longer Then 30 Days Alimony Ends. This Was The Terms In The Decree However.. Cohabitation Is Not Defined As A Person Living With Someone For 30 Days, But Someone Who Has Financial Changed The Status Of The Plaintiff By Sharing &Quot;As A Couple&Quot; Bills, And So Forth. What Is Conflicting Is Would The Decree Be Considered Fair And Reasonable And If So Does The Defendants Definition Of Cohabitation Stand Being Those Were The Terms Of The Decree Or Does The Deffinition Of The Court Of Cohabitation Stand? Reason This Is Important Is Because This Guy Hired A Private Investigator And Found Out About Cohabitation Of 12 Months But No Solid Proof That This Has Changed The Financial Situation Of The Defendant. See It Is Kind Of Conlficting. Help?

here is an article called "How to Find Legal Help When You Can't Afford It" with links to legal information and legal assistance in every state:

I suggest that you seek a consultation with an attorney because you need legal advice to resolve this question.

Online Iowa legal information and resources can be found here if you want to look for more general information:

How Many Different Levels Of Assault Charges Are There In General?
I'M Talking For A Person Above 18. Would Be Great If Someone Had Info Specifically For Ohio.

Simple Assault – Laws & Penalties

Assault, also referred to as simple assault, is considered a misdemeanor in most circumstances. Assault can be committed by:

Knowingly causing or attempting to cause physical harm to another or to another’s unborn.
Recklessly causing serious physical harm to another or to another’s unborn.

Does this mean I can be charged with assault for something that happened on accident?

Yes. If you acted recklessly and it led to serious physical harm of someone then you can be charged and potentially found guilty of this offense. For instance, if you are drinking and at a party when you decide to juggle knives, your actions could be considered reckless, particularly if you do not know how to juggle. If your juggling leads to the injury of someone, even unintentional, you can be charged with assault.

In most cases assault is considered a first degree misdemeanor and is punishable by up to 6 months in jail and fines up to $1,000.

Ref: ORC 2903.13
Negligent Assault – Laws & Penalties

Negligent assault is one that is committed without intent. To be negligent means that through your neglect, harm was done. For instance, if you are a professional knife juggler and decide to juggle knives but neglect to take time to move back from your audience knowing the risk exists for a knife to go awry you are being negligent. If the juggling act ends in harm to someone, you could be charged with negligent assault.

According to the law, negligent assault occurs when physical harm is caused through the negligent use of a deadly weapon. A common example of negligent assault is hunting accidents.

Negligent assault is considered a 3rd degree misdemeanor and is punishable by jail time up to 60 days and fines up to $500.

Ref: ORC 2903.14
Ohio Felony Assault – Laws & Penalties

Typically a second degree felony, felonious assault can be committed in a few different ways. If there is probable cause (or a good reason to believe) that you committed any of the following, you may be charged with this offense:

Cause serious harm to someone or an unborn child, or
Cause or attempt to cause harm through the use of a deadly weapon.

A second degree felony typically carries a potential sentence of 2-8 years in prison and fines up to $20,000. A very serious penalty for what the courts consider a very serious crime.

Ref: ORC 2903.11
Aggravated Assault – Laws & Penalties

Slightly less severe than felonious assault, aggravated assault is very similarly written in Ohio Laws. The difference between a felonious assault and an aggravated assault is the manner in which they are committed.

Aggravated assault is when you:

Cause serious harm to someone or an unborn child, or
Cause or attempt to cause harm through the use of a deadly weapon

And does this while in “under the influence of sudden passion or in a sudden fit of rage”.

The court recognizes that when in an extreme rage or while feeling high levels of passion, a person may not act rationally. For this reason, when an assault is committed in this heightened state, it is punished less severely.

Under Ohio law, aggravated assault is a 4th degree felony and is punishable by a prison term of 18 months to 6 years and fines of up to $5,000. }{

Legal Help In Wisconsin?
Are There Any Free Or Low Cost Legal Services To Assist A Young Mother With 2 Children, Who Is Not Getting Regular Child Support From Ex, Yet He Seems To Legally Be Able To Control Her Life? He Even Keeps Her From Moving To A Place Where She Can Have A Better Job To Support The Children He'S Not Supporting? She Needs An Attorney Or Legal Assistance Because The Mediator Is Leaning Toward The Former Husband On All Issues

Do you have a child support order? If so, simply call your county court house and speak to some one in the Child Support division. They will take care of it for you. If there is an order, they will send him 3 notices of default, if he does not clear it up, he will get arrested and not released until he pays you, IN FULL. Do you know that in Wisconsin you also get interest on back child support owed? I forgot what the percentage is but it was higher than my bank was paying.

If you do not have a child support order, you can get one without a lawyer. (I did) You go to your county courthouse, to the clerks office and tell them you what you need. They can not give you legal advice but they can tell give you the proper forms and tell you how many copies you need and who they go to.

Here's some links that can help you

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