Finding A Skilled Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will notice that there are countless lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise they specialize in your type of case. This can make the entire process of finding one with a great deal of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, if you follow the following it is possible to define your research off to the right one out of almost no time. The first task is to make a selection of the lawyers which can be listed in your area that specialize in your needs. When you are causeing this to be list you need to only include those that you may have a good vibe about depending on their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down through taking a bit of time evaluating their webpage. There you should be able to find how many years they have been practicing and some general specifics of their success rates. At this time your list must have shrunken further to those that you just felt had professional websites plus an appropriate quantity of experience. You need to then spend some time to look up independent reviews of each attorney. Be sure to see the reviews rather than just counting on their overall rating. The information within the reviews will give you a sense of the way that they connect to their clientele and the length of time they invest into each case that they are taking care of. Finally, it is advisable to meet up with at least the past three lawyers which have the credentials you are looking for. This gives you time to truly evaluate how interested they may be in representing both you and your case. It really is important to follow all of these steps to actually find someone that has the best amount of experience to help you get the best possible outcome.
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Any Immigration Lawyer Here? Either Free Consultation Or Minimum Fees?
I Have Applied And Received K1 Visa And Travelled To Us And Got Married And Applied For I-485 Or Green Card But It Has Been Taking Time And They Have Been Sending Me Request Of Evidence And Most Of These Evidence I Have Already Submitted. I Have Been Jobless For 6Months My Wife Cant Afford To Have All Responsibilities On Her Own Here And I Need To Be Able To Work And Help Her.
Any Help Is Appreciated.
File an I-765 for a work permit (EAD). You should have done that with the AoS package already. If filed concurrently, it's FREE of charge and after 10 to 12 weeks it'll be in the mail and you can start working.
That said, by now you probably will have your Green Card earlier than 10 to 12 weeks. If you still want to file, attach a copy of your I-485 and a note that this form is filed in connection with your I-485 which has already been submitted.
The EAD will most likely be valid for 1 year. The advantage is that if your wife doesn't meet the income requirements needed for the I-864, your income, since it comes from a US source now, can be counted for that purpose as well if you file your 2014 taxes jointly on January 1, 2015.
What Are The Biggest Causes Of Accidents On Construction Sites?
Assuming you mean road construction sites?
Aggressive time crunched drivers who do not give a hoot about anyone but themselves. They think the rules do not apply to them.
I have lost several good friends that way and would like to help get the word out. Either slow the hell down, Obey the rules or completely go around the construction zones.
Been to five funerals because of jack a##es like that and I have no use for them at all.
Can Grandparents Wishing To Seek De Facto Custody Or Legal Custody Get Legal Aid?
Can We Get Child Support With De Facto Custody????
We Have Had Our Grandson For Over A Year Now. The Mother Is Very Irresponsible; The Reason We Had To Take Him Was Because Child Protective Services Became Involved. Don’T Get Me Wrong, I Am Not Sad We Have Him, Just Want To Have Some Legal Say So Over The Matter. We Don’T Keep His Dad From Seeing Him, Even Though He Has Been In And Out Of Jail. My Wife And I Agree To Let Him And His Mother Pick Him Up On The Weekends When They Decide The Want To See Him (Which Varies Drastically). We Receive No Reimbursement From Either Side.
I Have Just Lost My Job And I Am Only A Step (Not Blood) In The Eyes Of The Court... However, My Wife Is Blood And Is On Disability Because Of Her Ms. We Have Managed To Still Take Care Of Him And Our Bills With The Challenges We Face. Be Honest What Is Our Best Approach To Legally Be Able To Have A Say In Our Grandsons Life Without Going For Total Custody???
Yes you can. As for legal aid, it is not a government program. It survives on the donations of attorneys, which have declined by 60% in the last two years. What you need is to file a motion for custody of a child in need of care. An attorney need not cost a lot if you take the time to prepare, and then interview several attorneys. A less experienced (cheaper) attorney should be able to handle this without any problems. This link will teach you how.
Texas Cps Prohibited By Law From Giving Legal Advice.?
I'M Trying To Find Which Section Of Which Texas I Can Find Something About This &Quot;Cps Staff Are Prohibited By Law From Giving Legal Advice.&Quot; This Is For Texas Child Protective Services (Cps). I Found The Quote Off The Texas Department Of Family And Protective Services Website. Thank You!
In all fifty states it is illegal to practice law or give legal advice without a license.
Section 81.101 of the Texas Government Code states:
(a) In this chapter the "practice of law" means the preparation of a pleading or other document incident to an action or special proceeding or the management of the action or proceeding on behalf of a client before a judge in court as well as a service rendered out of court, including the giving of advice or the rendering of any service requiring the use of legal skill or knowledge, such as preparing a will, contract, or other instrument, the legal effect of which under the facts and conclusions involved must be carefully determined.
Here is a link to the statute for Texas:
Juvenile Laws In New Jersey?
I Understand In 1 Year I'Ll Be An Adult So I Can Make My Own Decisions, But I Also Know Turning 18 Is A Bigger Responsibility. Now My Questions Are Simple For The Most Part. I'Ll Be Driving Soon And I Don'T Want To Ever Run Into Trouble With The Law,Especially Since I'Ve Had Problems With Dyfs And I Don'T Want Any Interaction With Nj Laws. So My Question Is If Your 17 Are Able To Be Tried As An Adult For Minor Offenses Such As Disorderly Conduct, Disturbing The Peace, Misdemeanors Or Are You Only Charged As An Adult For Rape,Murder, Felonies, Etc. I Have A Court Date With Division Of Youth And Family Services And I'M Not Planning On Answering The Judges Questions Due To The Fact That I Don'T Want My Life On The Front Page Of News. I Want My Life To Remain My Life So The Next Question Is Can The Judge Find Me In Contempt Of Court Even If I'M 17. If So What Will Happen To Me?
Generally, when a youthful offender gets charged and tried as an adult, it is because of a serious crime. BUT, and it is a big but, a long history of juvenile offenses and also lead to adult court. If, for instance, you have a history of setting fires and acts of vandalism, the next fire you set could get you charged as an adult, with Arson, a felony crime.
If you have a court date with the juvenile services, you do have a right to be represented by a lawyer. If you are concerned that the information they want could harm you somehow, I certainly would want a lawyer, who specializes in Juvenile law, there to represent my interests.
If you do have a juvenile record, it will be sealed when you reach 18. Unless you have some serious offense on record, it should not hinder your college plans, and, for the most part, should not hinder entering most professions. If you plan on some career that requires a Top Secret clearance, the investigating authority can access juvenile records in that case. If your offenses are juvenile, i.e., Minor In Possession, shoplifting, traffic offenses, breaking curfew, etc., you need not worry too much. You are not applying for sainthood, just a job. . ., no one expects you to be perfect.
Expungements are not that easy to get. There is a complicated, time consuming, process for expungement. It is not designed to be easy. Typically, you can not ask for expungement until three to five years after the offense. Whoever, in your State, investigates expungement requests will look to see if you have committed any other offenses, they will study the nature and circumstances of the offense you want expunged, and - - - they do not have to grant it. If the judge, who found you in contempt of his court, argues that the charge should not be expunged, it may very well not be.
Hope this helps, good luck.
Question For An Experienced Lawyer Or Someone Involved In The Law?
My Friend Was Recently Arrested For The 2Nd Time For Stealing. The Truth Is, That Both Times She Really Was Innocent. I'Ll Explain Each Situation As Short As Possible And Will Add Details As Ppl Answer.
She Was Charged With A Stolen Credit Card. Her Boyfriend Took Her Out To Dinner And Said His Mom Was Paying. She Had No Idea That The Credit Card Was Stolen. Her Fingerprints Were Found On The Card And Had To Pay Half The Things That Were Stolen. She Was Given No Jail Time, Probation, Or Other Fines. Her Second Offence Recently Happened In A Mall. These Girls That She Has Never Met In Her Life Went Into A Dressing Room With Clothes. They Stuffed Their Bags And Stuff With These Clothes. The Girls Asked My Friend To Hold Their Stuff As They Walked Out While They Did Something (I'M Unaware Of What They Were Doing). The Alarms Went Off And All Of Them Were Arrested. She Said She Pled Guilty At The Mall Regardless Of Her Not Having Representation.
My Question Is This. What Options Does She Have When She Faces Court. Is There Any Possibility Of Avoiding Jail Time. Can She Change Her Plea From Guilty To Innocent If Her Lawyer Can Provide A Legitimate Case. If She Cannot Avoid Jailtime What Is The Minimum She Is Facing. She Is 18 So She Will Be Charged As An Adult. Please Help Me.
You don't plead guilty in a mall. You only plead in court. And she can plead not guilty even if her lawyer can't provide a legitimate case.