Finding A Highly Skilled Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will notice that there are many lawyers in your area that advertise that they can concentrate on your kind of case. This will make the whole process of finding one with quite a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, should you follow the following it is possible to limit your research to the correct one out of almost no time. The initial step is to generate a list of the lawyers that are listed in your town specializing in your position. When you are causeing this to be list you should only include those which you have a great vibe about according to their advertisement. You may then narrow this list down if you take some time evaluating their webpage. There you will be able to find the amount of years they are practicing plus some general information about their success rates. At this point your list needs to have shrunken further to people that you felt had professional websites and an appropriate level of experience. You must then take the time to search for independent reviews of each attorney. Be sure you see the reviews rather than relying on their overall rating. The details in the reviews will give you a solid idea of the way they interact with their customers and the length of time they invest into each case that they are taking care of. Finally, you will want to talk to no less than the past three lawyers which have the credentials you are looking for. This provides you with time to really evaluate how interested they may be in representing your case. It can be imperative that you follow many of these steps to ensure that you hire a company which includes the right measure of experience to help you the perfect outcome.
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Attorney Question.?Well This Isn'T Really An Attorney Question But I Have Physical Custody Of My 11 Yr Old Son
We Have Joint Custody But Like I Said He Lives With Me. He Is Going To Start Middle School This Month. He Has A Mild Form Of Autism. His Dad Is Taking Me To Court In Front Of A Mediator.To Talk About The Middle School He Will Be Going To. I Want Him To Go To A Middle School I Have Been To And His Dad Wants Him To Live Over There And Go To The School In That Area. His Dad Is Worring About Gangs And Bullies. I Do Not Agree. Every Middle School Has Gangs And Bullies. He Said He Does Not Have An Attorney. But It Is Going To Be At A Courthouse And I Was Served The Summons That Had His Attorneys Name On It. I Can Not Afford An Attorney And Was Wondering If Anyone Knows Of Any In The Fort Worth Tx Area Who Will Work With A Low Income Person. Do You Think I Would Need An Attorney?
Gosh, YES, you need an attorney! Your child is your most important asset. There are no second chances with these cases! Beg, borrow or steal to ensure both you and your child are properly represented. Check out the Texas State Bar Association lawyer referral service http://www.texasbar.com/Template.cfm?Sec... and also the link If You Can't Afford A Lawyer http://www.texasbar.com/Template.cfm?Sec... See also Lexis Nexis listings for family law attorneys in Fort Worth: http://www.martindale.com/Family-Law/Tex... Start at the top and ask each if s/he has a sliding scale and, if not, does s/he know of colleagues who might? And be gracious. What you're asking for is time, the only commodity lawyers have to sell.
Help With Financial Aid?
I Am 18 Years Old, Female, And I Live In Louisiana. I Do Not Live With My Parents, I Live With My Brother, So I Depend On His Income. I Don't Have A Job. How Do I Get Financial Aid? And Anybody Who Just Wants To Leave A Smart *** Remark Don't Even Bother, Because I'm Pretty Sure I'm Asking For Help, Not Mean Remarks. Thanks.
In order to get financial aid, you will have to fill out a FASFA form. That is what will determine how much financial aid you will receive, and what types of aid, such as student loans, work study, grants, etc.
You will most likely have to have your parents income listed on your FASFA, whether you live with them or not. Since they are your legal guardians, you will need their names, birthdates, social security numbers, and all of their tax information.
The only way to not use your parents information is if you declare yourself an "independent" student. But be careful... just because you don't live with your parents and you are "independent" and out on your own doesn't matter to the school.
In order to be classified as an Independent Student (where they would take only your income into consideration) you need to meet one of these criteria:
Be 24 years of age by Jan 1, 2009.
Have children (dependents) of your own.
Be a member of the military.
Your parents are deceased or your are legally emancipated from them.
I would suggest going to the school of your choice, and talking with the financial aid department. They are your biggest source of help because they can tell you the specifics about what you need to do at that particular school.
Check into scholarships as well. Most students don't take the time to fill out the applications and write the essays, but it can come in handy!
Good luck to you!
Visit And Send Mail To Stateville Correctional Facility?
How Do I Do This?? I`Ve Been Looking Online.. But I Cant Figure It Out.. Does Anyone Know? Its Would Be Great To Have A Number Or Something To Call.. Thanks!! =]
On the first visit to any correctional facility, the visitors will be required to have a photo identification, such as a driver's license, a state identification card, or acceptable documentation of non-US citizen including a current passport, visa, or Matricula, and documentation that includes their date of birth.
Please have two forms of identification; one should be a photo ID for additional visits.
Maximum security visits are 7:30am-2:30pm (daily)
Minimum security visits are 8:00-2:00pm (weekends and holidays)
Visitors must arrive by 1:30 pm weekdays (12:45pm weekends & holidays).
General population and protective custody inmate visits are limited to two hours on weekdays and one hour on weekends and holidays.
All segregation inmate visits are limited to one hour.
In re mail:
16830 So. Broadway St.
P.O. Box 112
Joliet, Il 60434
How do I write/correspond with an inmate?
Inmates may receive mail at any time during their incarceration. Write an inmate as you would anyone else, but remember to put his inmate number in the proximity of his name on the envelope. Your letter to the inmate will be opened and searched for contraband. If contraband is found, we will ask the state’s attorney of your county to prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law. We are not interested in what you write the inmate unless it contains plans for his escape or other illegal activity. Please do not decorate the envelope with stickers. We strictly enforce the prohibition of stickers since they may be used to introduce contraband materials. Any document received at a prison that has stickers attached will be returned.
What items can I mail to an inmate?
Inmates may receive correspondence, legal mail, and publications which are reviewed to determine whether they are obscene or constitute a danger to safety and security. Inmates may receive cashier's checks or money orders not to exceed $50 addressed to them with their inmate number and your name and address. Money orders should be sent to the prison.
Additionally, funds in any amount may be sent to the inmate via Western Union. The sender should specify that the recipient is with ILLINOIS DEPT CORRECTIONS. The sender must indicate the inmate's incarceration name and inmate number.
Help! I Was Arrested Out-Of-State And I Need To Find The Best Criminal Attorney But How Do I Find One?
I Was Arrested In Marietta, Georgia. I'Ve Received Tons Of Letters From Offices Wishing To Represent Me But I Have No Idea Of Knowing Their Reputations And Their Success Rates, You Know? I'M Wondering If There Are Some Sites That &Quot;Rate&Quot; Attorneys Or At Least Give You Some More Info. On Them Then Just The Generic Stuff You See In The Yellow Pages. Maybe Like Some References From People They Have Represented. I Live About 1500 Miles Away. I'M Being Charged With A Class D Felony And A Misdemeanor So It'S Serious Business. Please Do Not Just Give Me Sites That Show The Different Attorneys In The Site, I'Ve Checked Those Out Already. Please Help Me. I'M Scared And Need Help. I Have The Money To Afford A Very Good Attorney Thank God So I Don'T Want To Waste It On One With Little Or No Experience Or One That No Judge Or Prosecuting Attorney Can Stand Of Course! Thanks So Much!
Nevada Family Law,Can Father Keep Kids From Mother If No Custody Has Been Established? Is This Legal?
Mother Of 2,I Reside In Ohio My Kids In Las Vegas With My Ex Whom I Never Married. I Decided To Keep The Kids Toghther For Finacial Reasons Until I Was On My Feet Again To Do Custody. My Son Is Not My Exes He Has Legal Guardianship,My Daughter Is Ours. There Has Not Been Any Custody As Of Yet. &Quot;We Just Agreed&Quot;. It Has Changed,He Controls Everything And I Have Been To Visit,He Does Not Let Our Kids See Their Mother And I Call All The Time I Barley Get To Talk To Them Just When The Dad Feels Like It. My Only Fault Here Was Being Broke,Not Working As A House Mom When Being With Him,Trying To Get Out Of A Rut Now. I Have Been Told I Need A Lawyer In Lasvegas,Does Anyone Know How I Find A Lawyer That Accepts Payment Plans? Or How I Can Find Someone That Practices Nv Law In Ohio? Or Is There Anything I Can Do Myself To Save Money?At This Point It Is Hurting The Kids And My Ex Thinks He Is And Will Always Be Calling The Shots. I Did This Only With Good Intentions In Mind ,I Thought He Was Too
As SOON as possible, you will need to contact a lawyer who does a lot of family law, and find out what your rights are. In theory, if he has no legal custody of either child, you should be able to get the law on your side and get them back in one fell swoop, at least temporarily. My position would be that he repeatedly refused to return them to you, which is effectively the case at this point. Since he has no custody currently, you may be able to take the kids back to Ohio, absent any court filings to the contrary.
If you do custody in Nevada, and especially if your kids are in school and have been in Nevada for some time, the court may decide that the kids will remain in Nevada permanently. This is because Nevada law provides that custody must be based on the best interests of the child. By statute, Nevada courts do not award custody to a parent simply because she is the mother or he is the father. Rather, there is a legal presumption that joint custody is in the best interest of the child.
Here is the link for the self-help forms that you should look over before talking to the lawyer:
Write a list of questions before you talk to anyone, so that you have them handy. Have the birth certificate info along with the dates you tried to visit/reclaim your children handy for the lawyer.
There is a good chance that you will have to move to Vegas, at least temporarily (if not permanently) if you are to regain custody of your kids.
I picked these four attorneys out of the LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell directory based on their backgrounds, in my order of preference. I have not met these lawyers, but the first two certainly look like they could get the job done for you.
Allison L. Herr
725 South Eighth Street, Suite B
Las Vegas, Nevada 89101
Email: Allison L. Herr
Patricia L. Vaccarino
6600 West Charleston, Suite 102
Las Vegas, Nevada 89146
Rebecca A. Miller, Esq.
Schofield Miller Law Firm
528 S. Casino Center Blvd., 3rd Floor
Las Vegas, NV 89101
Law Offices of Brian J. Steinberg, Ltd.
2250 Rancho Drive, Suite 215
Las Vegas, Nevada 89102
or you could try the Lawyer Referral & Information Service of the State Bar of Nevada - You also may qualify for a reduced fee attorney... http://www.nvbar.org/lris/lris.htm
Best of luck. Remember, this is for the long haul, so it will require an investment of time and money.
Best Maine Divorce Attorney?
Who Are Some Of The Best Divorce / Family Law Attorneys In Maine?
http://www.martindale.com/ is a site for finding attorneys where you are located who handle your type of case. It rates the attorneys, too.
However, within the legal community the ratings are considered more an indicator of hourly fee than of competence. Any attorney who’s been rated at all, even not very highly, should represent you well. Those who are unrated may lack experience.