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Questions On Child Support And Alimony?
This Is In The State Of Maine. I Have A Friend Who Doesn'T Know What To Do, Has 2 Kids And Can'T Afford A Lawyer. Her And Her Husband Are Getting A Divorce. The Dad Already Got A Lawyer And Now Has The Kids With Full Temporary Custody Because She Moved Into A Different County Only 20 Miles Away But They Are Keeping The Kids With The Father So They Can Stay In The Same School Until All This Gets Settled.
1. Alimony - If No Documents Were Signed At Marriage, Should She Be Able To Get Alimony No Matter What Happens To The Kids?
2. Child Support - What Can She Expect If She Get'S Half Custody, Or No Custody At All (She Want'S Half Custody So Both Parents Will Be In The Kids Lives.
3. Is There Is A Difference Between Half Custody And Shared Full Custody?
Thanks For Any Other Info, Advice, Or Resources On All This. And Is There A Way To Get A Court Appointed Attorney?
Alimony - unless they been married at least ten years it wont happen.
She needs a lawyer bad..no matter how she gets one.
Custody would determine child support, most judges favor joint if parents live close enough. She should have never left her kids with the dad, itll be ten times harder to get physical custody. Good luck
Who Is Better Ty Lawson Or Mike Conley?
Lawson. He's the better scorer and playmaker. He also has great spped with the ball unlike conley who doesn't have the explosiveness of ty lawson
How Can I Find A Good Lawyer For Child Support?
Someone Owes Me 63K In Child Support And They Get Paid Under The Table. I'M Suppose To Also Get Their Income Tax, Which That Never Happens Cause They Owe Uncle Sam For Not Paying Their Taxes.
Get a good lawyer with NO upfront fee and LOW fees. There are many lawyers, you need to call around. Make sure his expertise in divorce and he has a long good history. Get alimony and child support and you will be ok.
I like to just add because maybe I got your attention:
Recommended to take it slow, take time to get to know the person. Try to keep things clean, less baggage. Let 7 years of perfect relationship before marriage. After 7 years of perfect marriage then a child if desired.
If things are minor I usually just wouldn't even give it a second thought. If it is major I just fix it the best way and that's it. Maybe this will be a good method for you guys. Always reinforce it with Love
Either way for later as a wife if you decide make sure to take care of him always in the love making area. I hope you can be stay at home wife ([no school]events with guys around unless your husband is there 100%) that takes care of all the woman things and he is taking care of all the man things like lifting, fixing working outside and handling all those jerks, and if you do work outside you know what I mean. I hope you can be a home wife so the marriage can be a loving one with peace.
Always talking is good. Find a private place to talk with time to talk. Never teach, just inform if necessary and in a meek manner. Handle the kids and teach them with few words and listen well, pay attention to details. If some parts kids can't be handled then inform the husband.
Be a good wife and make sure all the cooking and cleaning is done. Stay Fit, Smell Good, Dress well. Make sure to make love when ever either of you want.
Be meek. Quick to listen, slow to speak. Only tell him things when needed. Never teach him. If you do tell him something make sure it is kindly. Handle the kids, and if you notice you can't for sure then inform him in a kindly way.
Hugs and kisses are always good any time, instead in front of the guys otherwise the guys might want some too. Make sure to let him know to keep the making love part private.
On another note you seem to be a very nice person, so I like to add that what ever person you want a serious relationship with, take your time (years) and really really really see if this is the person you will spend your whole life with. If you can even better never get married and just enjoy your life with nothing serious, make sure the other party knows your intentions. I also like to add though, in marriage it is a different kinda love, a very valuable kinda love. Always do whats best for everyone like what you did when you asked this question,
Try your best. Love like you never love before. This is the best way for love to come and start surrounding your life. May love be around you, through you and is you.
Love and the Good Life will come
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What Are Some Good Questions To Ask A Lawyer?
What Are Some Good Questions To Ask A Lawyer? My Father Is Being Accused Of Molesting 2 Girls We Got Him A Lawyer What Kind Of Questions Can I Ask Him. Can I Ask Him I Want Him To Attend To All Courts Instead Of Sending His Other Workers.
#1. Does he think you have a "Case". #2. Does he think You can win it. & #3. How MUCH does he charge. -Those are the main ones. Good luck.
If I Want To Become A Corporate Lawyer...?
Would An Undergrad Degree In Legal Studies Suffice? If Not, What Courses Do I Need To Take? I Am Looking For Online Undergrad Alternatives, And Have Been Home Schooled For A Very Long Time So I'M Unsure What Kind Of Classes I Would Need To Take.
You would, but if you are looking into corporate law, that wouldn't be a good route to go. "Corporate" law is business law. Most of the corporate attorneys I know have their undergraduate work in business or economics. A few of them got their MBA before going to law school. Make sure you understand what "corporate law" is. I can tell you that "corporate law" is NOT just working for a big company. It often entails mergers and acquisitions, and deals with a lot of accounting and business aspects. If you want to become a corporate attorney, a legal studies degree is NOT what you need.
What Is A Legal Will In Canada?
I Can'T Afford A Lawyer'S Fee'S So What Can Be Used As A Legal Will In Canada?
Depends somewhat on the Province. There are a lot of requirements regarding contents and execution.
The law surrounding wills is extremely technical, and there's frequently no recourse for technical deficiencies. If you get something wrong, then the whole will might be toast. Or worse, it might be arguable, in which case your estate could get tied up in litigation for years, and the only ones who win in such a circumstance are the lawyers.
And there are two ways in which home-made wills and/or codicils can...and *do*,...go wrong. First, a home-made will, whether with a 'will kit' or not, is far more likely to have substantive errors, including grammatical and punctuation errors which change the meaning of a clause. I've seen even simple distributions botched very badly - in case a testator inadvertently wrote two of his kids out.
The second way is by technical deficiency. I once saw a will which was done using an online will kit. The testator even ran it by a law student friend when doing it, and was told that the will had everything he needed...
...he then signed one witness field, put the date in the second witness field, and had a single witness sign in the field where the testator would normally sign. Only one witness. This is a technical deficiency which renders the will completely invalid. And so while the will sets out a very different distribution of assets than would result from intestacy (in fact, the set of beneficiaries is completely different), the estate has to be distributed under intestacy, and his intended beneficiaries are out of luck.
Another common one is using beneficiaries as witnesses - after all, if they're close enough for you to trust them to witness your will, you've likely left them something in the will. But such a gift is presumptively void.
There are more major red flags than I could list off, and so I could never suggest that it's a good idea to do a will at home.
Even if you don't do something that completely destroys the will, a good properly-drafted will is going to have clauses which makes the administration of your estate easier - legitimacy clauses, powers of trustee clauses, minority clauses - all sorts of things that you wouldn't think of just putting together your own will at home, and which a will kit may or may not have.
And there's significant value added in having given instructions to a lawyer, because a will made in a law office is better positioned to withstand a challenge based on incapacity or undue influence, because of the process that good lawyers will use and the fact that they will document the instructions, etc.
The bottom line is this: Estate litigators *love* home-made will kits. That's where they make their money.
For what a decent solicitor will charge you to put together your will, it's worth the peace of mind of knowing that it's done right.