4 Approaches To Help Your Lawyer Enable You To If you want a legal professional at all, you must work closely along with them in order to win your case. Irrespective of how competent they may be, they're likely to need your help. Listed below are four important ways to help your legal team help you win: 1. Be Totally Honest Or Higher Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - no matter what information you're planning to reveal directly to them. Privilege means everything you say is saved in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team must know all things in advance - most importantly information one other side could discover and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a continuing and factual account of all information associated with your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys with all the data they should enable them to win. 3. Arrive Early For Many Engagements Never be late when you're appearing before a court and prevent wasting the attorney's time, too, because they are punctually, each time. In fact, because you might need to discuss very last minute details or be extra ready for the truth you're facing, it's smart to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been arrested for just about any crime, it's important so that you can convince the court that you simply both regret the actions and are making strides toward increasing your life. For instance, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer for any rehab program. Be sincere and involved with the cities the judge is presiding over. Working more closely with your legal team increases your chances of absolute success. Try these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you ought to win your case.
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What Major For Law School?
Would It Be Okay To Major In The Sciences If I Wanted To Go To Law School?
Maybe Physics, With A Minor In Bio Or Chem.
Law schools don't care about your major. They'll sometimes give science majors with low GPAs a little leeway because they understand that they're more challenging and that science classes often curve, but there's not a whole lot of flexibility. LSAT and GPA are still king, and if your GPA is too low, that's what's going to matter 1000x more than the difficulty of your undergraduate major. As much as we'd like to hope that law schools would carefully consider the major and school before ruling on GPA, the reality is that the USNWR rankings don't take this information into account, only raw GPA and LSAT scores. Law schools report these raw numbers without context (20% of our matriculating class had the flu on the day of the LSAT - please factor this in, thanks! Love, Yale) and they're what count.
So, my general advice is that you pick a major that interests you enough to stay motivated and that you think you can do well in. Yes, it's okay for you to major in those subjects because law schools really don't care all that much, but just be aware that your GPA could suffer and that'll somewhat affect the quality of law schools you can get into after graduation.
Science majors often go into law, and statistically they are some of the highest LSAT scorers. Engineers specifically have a real edge when competing for patent law jobs.
Legal Advice, Attorney Would Be Greatful?
Okay, My Girlfriend Has A 6 Year Old Daughter With Her Ex-Huband And In The Divorce Decree It States That She Has Supervised Visitation On Her Days Off. It's Been 3 Weeks Since She Last Saw The Child, The Ex Is Pretty Much Denying Her Her Visitation. It Also States That Concealment Of The Child From The Other Parent Is A Felony. We Have Picked Up The Papers To File A Motion For An Emergency Hearing. What Is The Next Step To Take? An Attorney Seems To Cost Too Much!
Contact your local Bar Association (State or County) and see if they have any resources. Most states require attorneys to do some pro bono (free) work. There may also be some parent advocate groups that might be willing to help, so ask the Bar Association about these.
You already HAVE the court order. Ask the clerk to look and see if you have filed the paper properly. They can NOT give you legal advice, but they can tell you if you have filed the papers properly. This in fact is part of their job. You don't need an attorney for everything. Many are bottom feeders looking to gouge you anyway.
Most courts are very user friendly toward pro-se (self representing) folks-- they will give you some attitude because you are not a lawyer. Dress nice-- be honest and respectful to the court.
Father Passed Away. I Need Lawyer Help Regarding Life Insurance?
My Father Recently Passed Away And Was On Social Security Disability And Retired. He Was Only 46 And Legally Had A Domestic Partnership.My Dad Told Me That He Was Going To Get Life Insurance Just In Case Anything Were To Happen To Him My Family And I Would Be Taken Care Of. Problem Is, I'M Not Sure If He Did.So I Wanted To Know If There Was A Way For Me To Find This Out.I'M Just Worried That My Dad'S Gf Would Get Everything And I Wouldn'T Be Entitled To Anything. And I Know That My Dad Would Have Wanted Me To Be Compensated. I Feel That I'M Entitled. My Father And I Were Very Close.
Why in the world do you think you need a lawyer?
Whoever is named on the life insurance, gets the money - IF there is any life insurance. GF cannot intercept the money.
If GF is named beneficiary on the policy, then she gets the money, and you cannot get your hands on it, either.
Your feelings of entitlement do not matter in the least. All that matters, is what the papers said.
You'll be looking at shelling out $5,000 at least, to an attorney - and they'll be telling you the same thing.
I can tell you, though, that anyone who's disabled enough to qualify for SSDI is not likely going to find an insurance company willing to sell him a life insurance policy. I can also tell you that life insurance polices are NOT a matter of public record, and unless you are named executor of his estate (or administrator, if he had no will) by a judge, you will have no legal access to any possible information.
There's no website where you can pop his name in, and find out if he had life insurance. It's private information, protected by the privacy laws.
Can Legal Aid In Nc Help Me Get A Restricted License?
I Have Issues With My License, Meaning I Have To Pay About 2500 To Get It Back. I Need To Be Able To Drive To And From Work, What Can I Do?
You are going to have to talk with your local chapter of legal aid. Legal aid has been forced by local and Federal government to take restrictions on the types of cases they can handle. If you've received restriction of your license due to DWI, DUI, drug or other crimes your best bet is to pay the fines. You could try to look into working out a payment plan to pay on the fines but I do not suggest you get behind the wheel of a vehicle without your license being cleared.
See A Copy Of The Will & Probate Court Records?
Grandma Passed Away And I Never Heard Anything From Our Uncle About What Was Left To Me. How Can I Find Out? If I Was In The Will, Wouldn'T I Have To Be Contacted By The Lawyer Handling The Case?
When a will is before the probate court, it is public information. Some counties have websites which publish the documents filed in probate court.
If you are an heir, you will be contacted (assuming the executor can find you). But it may not be immediately after the death.
Some states allow an executor up to four years after the death to file for probate. After the will is filed for probate, the executor must find and report all assets of the estate. That could be weeks later. Then the executor may liquidate some assets in order to divide them among heirs. Depending on the complexity of the estate, that could be months or years longer.
If you have questions, contact the clerk of the probate court in the county in which you believe the estate might have been filed. Or call your uncle. (Note: An executor does not have to detail his actions to heirs unless instructed to do so by the court.)
If it appears that you are not being treated fairly in this matter, consult your attorney.
Can Anyone Tell Me What Part Of The 3Rd Reich The Child Support Guidelines Were Originally Written In?
The Childsupport Guidelines In The State Of Florida Are Written To Be Deliberately Unfair To The Non Primary Custodial Parent. While I Have No Problem Supporting My Children I Do Know The Difference Between Child Support And Shrew Support. Moreover I Feel The Default Scenario Should Be That Any Father Who Wants Greater Than Forty Percent Of The Overnights Should Be Granted It And The Benefits Of Such An Agreement. Noting How Unfair This System Is I Was Wondering If Anyone Could Tell Me What Part Of The 3Rd Reich They Originated In.
The entire system of child support is totally 1000000000000000% against males. Women always get the kid and the dad is stuck giving the woman thousands of dollars a year. Look at stars and sports figures, they end up giving the woman like $25,000 a month in child support. There is no way in the world it takes $25,000 a month to raise a child. There are women who make a living on child support, 3 kids, 3 different dad's equals about $1500 a month. Most of the time the woman just spends the money on herself. Child support laws are written by liberal democrats and they should all be struck down and rewritten by people with brains.