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How Do I Find A Depakote Lawyer?
My Sister Took The Epilepsy Medicine Depakote For Nearly 15 Years In Her Early Twenties - Back Then She Didn'T Realize There Could Be A Risk Of Birth Defects If She Took It While She Was Pregnant. There Was No Warning On The Box And Her Doctor Didn'T Tell Her Anything. Anyways, My Neice Now Has Lots Of Health Issues That We Are Hearing Might Be Because Of The Depakote That My Sister Took. How Do I Find A Lawyer That Specializes In These Types Of Cases? I Live In A Small Town And We Don'T Have A Lot Of Stuff Near Us.
There are some resources out there for people looking for more information on Depakote attorneys or class action lawsuits for Depakote. This issue is really big in the UK right now and is gaining traction in the US. You can get more information on the types of claims that people are trying to make against the manufacturer and how to move forward on some reputable sites.
One that I have seen recently in the news is called Depakote Birth Injury Resources - their website is http://www.depakotebirthinjury.com
Is Finders Fee Illegal?
I Had About 30 Brokers, Agents, And Investors Keep Telling Me And Another Friend That Finders Fee Is Illegal Especially Without A License. I Never Heard Of A Finders Fee License. My Friend Told A Seller That He Can Find A Buyer To Buy His Property For 1% Of What The Price Is. The Seller Agreed. Now That Is When We Started Getting Messages Like That. I Have Called A Attorney In My State And 2 Other States To See What They Had To Say. They All Said That It Is Legal, There Is No Problem With It Because There Is Nothing Illegal For Giving Info To Another Person And Asking For A Percentage If The Deal Goes Through. All Said About The Same Thing. What Does Every One Else Have To Say?
What your friend is proposing sounds an awful lot like what a realtor does for a seller. Part of a realtor's job is to find a willing and able buyer to buy the property.
The people are telling you that you are on thin ground legally and that job is usually done by a licensed realtor and that you need a reator's license to arrange a deal like this.
I think either what you are proposing is illegal or you have done a really poor job of describing what your friend is going to do for the seller. How does it differ from what a realtor does? Are these 'services' in lieu of a realtor or in addition to a realtor?
Legal Aid Services?
I Am 50Yrs Old, My Husband Died In 1992. I Was Getting His Social
Security But Was Stopped When My Younger Son Reached Age 16.
I Can Hardly Make It With The Income I Am Making. I Would Like To
Know If I'M Entitle To Social Security Benefit?.
First of all I do not understand why your younger son is not receiving social security survivor benefits since his father is dead. He is entitled to them and medicaid until he is 18 years of age. He also is eligible for grants for college. You on the other hand should not touch your social security until you are of retirement age. If you do, this will greatly decrease the needed benefits when it is time for you to retire. You should go to the social security office with your 16 year old son, and take your husbands death certificate, and your son's social security number and birth certificate. Get another part time job if you have to. I am nearly 60 years old, and I work a lot of hours in order to make ends meet and take care of my elderly mom. I am not touching my social security benefits until it is time so I will not be penalized. Doing so would decrease your social security payments to the minimum that they will pay you. You want to keep paying into your quarters as long as you can. Good luck, and I hope this helps you. I am sorry about your husband.
How Do I Find An Attorneys Win/Loss Rate?
That's not a good indicator of an attorney's capability.
The reason is, some attorneys take cases that are extremely challenging, while others, the more lightweight ones, only accept cases that they anticipate will be easy to win.
Now, which attorney do you want to take your case, the lightweight with the good record, or the kick-a$$ bruiser who's not afraid to take on a challenge?
Divorce/Joint Custody Moving?
Illinois Divorce And Joint Custody Agreement With Me (Mom) Having Primary Custody Of One Child.
I Live In Illinois And He Lives In New Jersey
Father Refused To Give Me His Phone Number For 3 Months And I Had To Call His Mother
I Keep Her Medical And School Info To Myself Because Every Call Ends In Him Calling Me Names
He Never Calls To Speak To Her
He Hasn'T Seen Her In 1 Year
She (7Yrs Old) Has Told Him She Does Not Want To See Him
I Want To Move To Wisconsin In A Few Weeks
I Don'T Have Money For A Lawyer To Go For Sole Custody
My Former Lawyer Says I Need A Lawyer And To Ask The Court For Permission To Move
The Court House Says I Don'T Need To Do That Unless Its In The Agreement That I Have To
The Only Thing The Agreement Says Is That &Quot;This Court Has Jurisdiction Of The Parties Hereto And The Subject Matter Hereof&Quot;
The Father States He Has No Problem With Me Moving
Do I Need To Get Permission From The Court To Move?
If Yes, Do I Need A Lawyer? What Are The Steps?
If I Just Move, Can I Be Charged In Contempt Of Court?
If The Father Tries To Prove Me Being In Contempt, Can I Go To Jail? Would I Automatically Lose Custody?
Okay, no one looses custody over one contempt.
And I have never seen anyone go to jail over the first contempt, or the 5th contempt! The only time I have seen people go to jail over a custody order is IF they don't pay their child support.
the whole point in keeping people from just picking up and moving with their kids is because the court ASSUMES that will be breaking off all contact with the OTHER parent in the joint custody agreement. Since the dad already lives way out yonder that isn't really an issue here. Also he isn't objecting.
The absolute worst thing that can happen to you is that your ex can file in IL that he doesn't want you to move....and even if he did that then there is still a really great chance with your history that the courts wouldn't see it as hampering the father daughter relationship anyway...so no problem.
Some states require you to get permission to move out of their state if you have an active custody order. That is the ONLY hang up you might have, but even then, no one is going to pursue a single mom moving, it isn't sexy, or challenging and there are no drugs or world peace involved, so no one is going to get off their lazy butt and say, yeah, I want to track HER down...
It just doesn't work that way! They have rapists, and child molestors and people who haven't paid child support in 5 years...no one is going to bother looking into what YOU are doing.
You might want to check with the Wisconsin school though, they might want the custody order to say wisconsin and not IL.
On A Personal Injury Law Suit, What Is The %Rate A Lawyer Can Charge , This Is In The State Of Mn,?
The Personal Injury Was Sexual Abuse By A Priest. In 1988 My Attorney Charged Me 45%+Expences, Was This A Legal Rate To Charge At That Time,Also If It Was Not The Legal Rate Can I Sue For The Over Charge.
Depends upon the agreement you had with him. Take it to the bank that he knows what the legal limit is, if any, and isn't going to risk his law license on it.
You obviously signed an agreement for that 45%. You should have raised your objections at that time, before signing. It's too late to complain about it now!