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Legal Aid For in
93401, 93402, 93403, 93405, 93406, 93407, 93408, 93409, 93410, 93412
Finding A Skilled Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will recognize that there are many lawyers in your area that advertise they focus on your form of case. This could make the whole process of finding one with a great deal of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the tips below it will be easy to narrow down your search to the right one in very little time. Step one is to make a selection of the lawyers that are listed in your neighborhood specializing in your position. While you are making this list you need to only include those that you may have a good vibe about based on their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down through taking a little while evaluating their webpage. There you should certainly find the amount of years they are practicing and a few general details about their success rates. At this time your list should have shrunken further to those that you just felt had professional websites and an appropriate level of experience. You must then spend some time to check out independent reviews of every attorney. Make sure you see the reviews instead of just depending on their overall rating. The information from the reviews provides you with an idea of the direction they communicate with their clientele and the time they invest into each case they are taking care of. Finally, you will want to meet up with at least the past three lawyers that have the credentials you would like. This will provide you with enough time to genuinely evaluate how interested they can be in representing your case. It really is important to follow every one of these steps to ensure that you find a person which includes the right level of experience to get you the ideal outcome.

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Lawyer Or Legal Aid?
I Got A Break And Entry X2 Charge , First Offense What Do You Think The Outcome Will Be Either With A Lawyer(Paid Well)? Or A Legal Aid?

Legal Aid doesn't handle criminal cases. You would have to go with a public defender and you have to show that you are indigent (cannot afford an attorney). I *think* there is probably a form where you have to list all your assets/liabilities (not sure about this but there's going to be some type of form you have to complete to say that you cannot afford an attorney.

Can you afford an attorney? If so, hire a private attorney.

If not, tell the judge that you need a public defender appointed to defend you.

Legal Advice?
I Had Received A Letter From A National Loan Servicing Center Stating That I Owe The College I Recently Graduated From $850.88 And I Tried To Get Into The Navy And The Chief Called The College That Irecently Graduted From And Someone Told Him In Finacial Aid That I Did Graduate But I Owe The College $5000 And I Told Him That That Cannot Be Right I Told Him That I Had Received A Letter From A Loan Company That I Only Owe The College That I Had Attend $850.88 For Tuition And I Contacted The School Where I Had Graduated From And Someone Told Me In Finacial Aid That They Was Not Aware Of The Loan And I Contacted The Loan Company And Someone Told Me That I Had Signed The Contact With Someone In Finacial Aid In November And I Had Told Someone That That Is A Lie And Someone From The School That I Was Attending Signed My Name And I Was Not Aware Of It In This Situation What Should I Do?

First of all get a notebook and make sure you keep a list of the names and numbers of the people you talk to. If you can, dig up all the paperwork you can and keep it all in one place. Is there a way that you can get a copy of that contract someone else may have signed? Do you know about how much you should owe? I wouldn't pay the loan company until I get it straight with the college.

Can Paternity Judgement Be Disputed In Ca. Subpeona Not Served To Me. Realized Judgement Made After Garnishes
Could Use Free Legal Consultation

Yes you can dispute a paternity judgment but it must be done immediately upon your finding out about it. Go to www.courtinfo.ca.gov, choose forms at the top then choose the ones for paternity. (It's form no. FL 272 Notice of Motion to set aside Judgment of Paternity you also need FL273 which is the declaration that goes with the motion.) Fill them out and file them in the county where your case is, they will set it for DNA analysis. You can also dispute a signed voluntary declaration of paternity too. Good luck

Need Real Estate Lawyers Help!!!?
My Ex Husband And I Bought A Home In 2009. Shortly After, We Divorced And Neither One Of Us Were Sure We Could Afford The House, We Were Young. His Aunt And Uncle Decided They Would Move In And Take Over The Payments Until They Could Get A Loan To Buy The House. The Uncle Had Filed Bankruptcy And Lost Their Home And The Aunt Is A Stay At Home Mother. The Uncle Wrote Up A Contract And All 4 Of Us Signed It. It Was Never Notarized Or Nor Was An Attorney Present. Since Then, They Haven'T Been Able To Get A Loan. My Ex Husband And I Decided To Ask Them To Find Another Place And I Would Move Into The House And Make The Payments. Was The Contract Legal And Do I Have A Right To Move Back Into The House? Also, They Missed A Payment In November And It Affected Our Credit. The Contract Also Says They Will Pay More Then The Monthly Payment Amount Of $600 A Month, But They Have Just Been Paying $580 Which Is The Minimum Monthly Payment.

You don't say what state/country you are in -- each jurisdiction has different rules for real estate contracts, so without consulting with a qualified local real estate attorney you aren't going to get a reliable answer here -- seek local help NOW to enforce what you can and get yourselves back on track here.

The bottom line is your contract MAY be enforceable, and it may be simply VOID, but it could be somewhere in the middle and there could be equitable issues that would make things difficult for you! Hire qualified local help!

Looking For Attorney In San Diego?
My Employer Injured Me By Grabbing Something From Me And Mishandling Me. He 200 Lbs And Me 105 Lbs. I Have Bruises And Scrapes And Have Seen Doctor. Need Good Attorney In San Diego. I Am Home Recovering. Anyone Know A Lawyer. Is This Personal Injury?

This may be a personal injury case but you have your work cut out for you at this point.

You must keep accurate records of everything, it's very important. Any and all medical, physical therapy and employment records, basically as much of a paper trail as you can develop.

If you choose to pursue this keep in mind that your life will become an open book. This is a civil case and everything is fair game and, in a case like this, it cold come down to your word against his which is why records and documents are so important.

Don't expect an easy time finding a lawyer, there are some who may take the case based on a settlement but most will want at least a retainer fee paid up front to even talk with you and review the paperwork/case.

i would consider contacting the California Labor Board (Department of Industrial Relations) and possibly starting with a claim there. They have their own investigators and while they will not get involved in a personal dispute they will investigate claims of employer abuse, however, they will only investigate abuses of labor law, not personal injury claims.

Also might consider the California Department of Rehabilitation. Since you have an on-the-job injury you may be eligible for assistance from them. Worth contacting them.

Finally, try the San Diego County Bar Association lawyer referral service to find a personal injury lawyer, or even a free review of the merits of your possible case.

Links to all below

Question About Child Visitation?
I Have A 2 Year Old Daughter Who I Have Not Been Able To Locate For About A Year And A Half. The Mother Is Being Vengeful. I Am Totally Up To Date On My Child Support. I Have Provided Insurance For About A Year Now But Still No Contact. I Have Never Had Any Problems With My Other Daughters Visitation. Just Asking If Anyone Knew Of Any Agency That Helps Fathers Rights. I Know The Lawyer Route But Even With A Court Order She Doesnt Have To Comply. Plus Many Times The Lawyer Is Not Willing To Stick There &Quot;Neck Out&Quot; Very Far To Actually Help. Tried The Dhs Where My Child Support Goes To But They Inform Me They Are Only There For Support Not Visitation. Any Info On Agencies Or Groups Would B Appreciated

Look at your divorce papers. The child support and visitation is completely separate. You should have stated on your papers your visitation orders. If you have on your divorce papers that you can visit with your child, then your ex has to comply. The only reason the courts would ever deny visitation is if you were a physical danger to your daughter, even then, you can still have supervised visits (even overnight). If you don't even know where your daughter is your ex is frustrating your rights and can even be charged with kidnapping! You can get the custody arrangement changed through the court.

Not that I don't believe you, but if you are on the up and up, then I wish you good luck. My ex is the exact opposite. He hardly pays for anything, never helps out, and still has the right to see his kids. It's ridiculous. (If you are not on the up and up, then it is better for you not to be in your daughter's life.) But, hopefully, your ex isn't a complete psychopath and will realize that regardless of your relationship w/her, your daughter deserves to have both parents in her life.

Sorry you have to go through this. Again, good luck and check out this website:

http://family-law.freeadvice.com/child_custody/686/