Finding An Experienced Lawyer Regardless of what your legal needs are you will find that there are numerous lawyers in your area that advertise they concentrate on your type of case. This could make the whole process of finding one with significant amounts of experience a bit of a challenge. However, when you follow the tips below it will be possible to restrict your pursuit to the correct one out of very little time. The first step is to create a selection of the lawyers which can be listed in the area focusing on your needs. When you are which makes this list you must only include those that you may have a good vibe about depending on their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down by using a bit of time evaluating their internet site. There you will be able to find the number of years they have been practicing and a few general details about their success rates. At this point your list should have shrunken further to the people that you just felt had professional websites as well as an appropriate quantity of experience. You must then make time to look up independent reviews of each attorney. Make sure to look at the reviews instead of just depending on their overall rating. The data within the reviews will give you a sense of the direction they connect to their customers and how much time they invest into each case they are taking care of. Finally, you should meet up with a minimum of the last three lawyers who have the credentials you are interested in. This provides you with time to genuinely evaluate how interested they can be in representing both you and your case. It can be vital that you follow all of these steps to actually find someone which includes the right measure of experience to obtain the best possible outcome.
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Does Anyone Know What Site I Can Find Probono Attorneys?
My Daughter Lives In Texas With Her Dad. I Live In Indiana With My Boys. I Went To Texas A Few Weeks Ago And Couldn'T Pick Her Up As Scheduled For The Summer Vacation. I Had Already Purchased Plane Tickets, Asked For Certain Days On, And So On. Before I Left, I Was Served With Court Papers About Me Being Sued For Full Custody And A Restraning Order. I Went Balistic. I Called To Texas And Spoke To Everyone I Could At The Court House And Went Through A Lengthy Phone Interview For Tx Rural Legal Aid. I Went With Some Hope, But Much To My Dismay, I Return Without My Daughter. I Am A Single Working Mother, Trying My Best. Why He Would Do Something Like That Just Because He Doesn'T Like Me, Is Uncomprehensional. My Boys Were Severely Dissappointed As Was I. I Can'Y Afford A High Priced Attorney. I Wrote Up A Per Say Motion For Continuance And Was Grated One Month. My Court Date Is July 6Th. There Is No Possible Way I Can Make It, And Even If I Could I Have No Representation.
Any chance your daughter is in West Texas? Go to this website (anyway). Use the contact information on the HomePage. Do nothing short of asking how to find help in the county where your daughter resides, if she is not in West Texas. On the left of the Page, click the "Branch Offices" Option to see if your daughter's county is listed. If so, contact that branch office.
On the bottom of the HomePage, there is a "State Programs..." link. You may find options there -- five links are offered per page; be sure to click of "next page" to get more options.
"The mission of West Texas Legal Services is to provide quality legal services to low income people who would not otherwise have access to the justice system."
600 E. WEATHERFORD ST
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
The Director of the Program is Jesse L. Gaines whose address is the Central Office (You should contact this person for advice as well):
600 East Weatherford Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
telephone number 817-877-0609
fax number 817-336-8625
CHECK THIS WEBSITE, TOO, AND CONTACT THEM: They are connected to the group above. In the Blue Strip on the PAge, there is a link to "Counties Served". Check to see if your daughter's county is listed. Contact these people (too) to see if they can refer you to someone in your daughter's county.
IF YOU CAN TELL US THE COUNTY SHE IS IN, IT WILL BE HELPFUL TO FIND SOME ONE/GROUP CLOSER TO HER. Please & thank you. (Please e-mail me with the county, otherwise I have to stop the search here. I'm spending too much time looking - and I don't know what county she's in.)
Is It True That A Good Lawyer Can Get You Millions From A Very, Very Simple Slip And Fall....?
Typically not. Many times, if the defendant has acted somewhat reasonable, punitive damages (money damages meant to punish the defendant) are not available and you may only get actual damages, ie the medical costs you incurred from the fall for say an aircast. It really comes down to the state you live in and what threshold is required for a plaintiff to get punitive damages.
My Daughters Dad Changed Her Last Name And Visitation Rights On Me How Do I Change It Back Without Waiting A Y?
Legal Aid Says I Might Need A Lawyer To Change It Back. How Do I Find A Pro-Bono Lawyer Willing To Take My Case?
Legal aid should be able to help you find a lawyer, if not, you may have to make some phone calls and tell a few lawyers about your situation, until someone feels like they want to help you.
You don't say if you have custody or he does, or if you share joint custody. This makes a difference in what your legal standing is. As long as your parental rights have not been terminated through the courts, you should have a say so in such important matters. Also, you don't say how he got these things changed? If he didn't go to court and get a court order to that effect, then they are most likely not legally binding. If he did go to court, you were supposed to be notified so that you would have a chance to show up and tell your side and your wishes. If he did go to court and you were not contacted about it, then you can use that fact to have the issues revisited.
How Can I Find A Lawyer Who Will Work On Contingency?
My Uncle Owes Me Alot Of Money Payable On His Death But Is Willing To Give Only 15 %. I Have No Money For Lawyers.
NO lawyer will take on contingency, unless the money is guaranteed........
Per another question, your uncle has remarried, so most likely any money or assets will pass to the new wife.
What, if, when he dies, there are NO assets? Then there is nothing to collect. Any debts, depending on what they are, may have to be repaid from any assets.
My suggestion is to call up a lawyer for a "free" consultation on your legal rights. Most will give 1 free consult. But, you will have to show up in person at the lawyers office and not expect to get on a telephone.
Can A Minor Sign A Custody Agreement?
If A Parent Of A Child Is A Minor  Can They Sign A Custody Agreement Without A Parent Or Attorney Present? If Later That Parent Wants Custody Of Their Child Back [Life Is Cleaned Up, They Are An Adult Now, Married, Employed Ect] Can They Use The Argument That They Were A Minor And The Agreement Is Not Legally Binding?
[This Is A Last Resort]
The Case Is In Texas
Anyone can sign anything. Anyone can argue anything. Custody agreements are never binding until and unless they are approved by a court. Once they are approved they are enforced because the court has ordered it, not because the parties agreed to it.
If, on the other hand, you are not talking about custody at all, but termination of parental rights, and surrendering custody to a government agency, that will be approved by a court and once approved it is final and the court does not need your agreement.
I Signed The Deeds Of My Home To My Son He Was Supposed To Pay The Utilities And Taxes I Could Still Live Here
He Doesn'T Do Anything He Said He Would Do. I Found Out He Has A 5Year Old Daughter He Has Never Supported.The Mother Has Put A Freeze On The Property.I Asked My Son To Give Me My Home Back Several Months Ago Since He Don'T Do What He Promised To Do.Is There Anything I Can Do To Get My Home Back From Him. I Am Disabled And I Am Afraid I Will Be Left Homeless. Can His Ex Wife Get It To Get The Child Support He Owes In Child Support. My Son Is A Dead Beat Father And A Dead Beat Son. Please Give Me Some Advice As What To Do.Thanks Treva Shelby
You could contact an elder law attorney, and maybe there's a chance he can get a judge to invalidate the deed transfer based on the fact that it was part of an agreement which your son is not upholding. However, if you didn't put anything in writing then you're going to have a tough time of it. The house is your son's property now, so the law is mostly on his side.