Finding A Seasoned Lawyer No matter what your legal needs are you will see that there are countless lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they can specialize in your kind of case. This may make the entire process of finding one with a great deal of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, if you follow the following you will be able to define your research to the right one in very little time. The first task is to generate a list of the lawyers which can be listed in the area that specialize in your circumstances. While you are which makes this list you should only include those you have a good vibe about based upon their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down by using a bit of time evaluating their webpage. There you must be able to find how many years they are practicing and several general specifics of their success rates. At this moment your list must have shrunken further to the people that you felt had professional websites plus an appropriate amount of experience. You must then take time to look up independent reviews of each attorney. Be sure you read the reviews rather than counting on their overall rating. The data inside the reviews will provide you with an idea of the direction they connect to their clients and how much time they invest into each case that they are focusing on. Finally, you should talk to at least the very last three lawyers which have the credentials you are interested in. This will provide you with the time to actually evaluate how interested they may be in representing you and the case. It is actually vital that you follow most of these steps to actually find someone which includes the right degree of experience to help you get the best possible outcome.
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What Is Commercial Law?
The law of transactions (sales, leases, consignments, bank notes, promissory notes, security agreements, etcetera.
How Do I Search For A Lawyer?
Here Is What Is Going On. I Am Invested Into A Company For About 40%. What I Am Trying To Figure Out Is How I Can Get A Hold Of What Is Going On. My Mother Has Been Throwing My Brother And I For A Loop Over What Is Going With The Business, So We Feel It Is In Our Best Interest To Protect Ourselves And Get A Lawyer.
Thing Is Though. Where Do I Even Start? What Sort Of Lawyer Am I Looking For? It Looks Like I May End Up Suing For Fraud, Forgery And Other Things As Well, But I Am Ultimately Trying To Find A Way To Protect My 40%. Any Help Would Be Great, Thanks. If It Matters, The Business Is In Texas.
Call your state Bar Association to find out where and how to contact reputable lawyers knowledgeable in the field you need.
Do Banks Have Insurance And Lawyers For When People Sue Them?
Thinking About Suing My Bank For Charging Me Insufficient Fund Fee.
If They Have A Lawyer And Insurance That Covers Lawyers Fees Then It Wouldn'T Be Good To Sue Em. But If They Don'T They Might Cooperate When They See They'Re About To Be Sued And Paying A Lawyer Will Be More Than Just Giving Me My Money Back.
I Feel Like Hey Stole My Money By Charging Me The Fees. When I Called The Bank The Staff Was Extremely Disrespectful. I Feel Pissed.
It's probably not with it unless the fees were very high. You could take the case to small claims court and operate pro se (act as your own lawyer). If you do, you had better have written documentation that the bank violated its own stated rules. If you agreed to terms when you opened an account, you are probably out of luck.
The bank might back down if you threaten suit and they want to keep you as a customer, although you don't sound like a customer they would be eager to retain.
I threatened a small suit once, though not with a bank. My claim was promptly settled though I got lucky because "The People's Court" was interested in televising the case and the other folks were plainly wrong. I had it all in letters and contracts.
You won't make any friends doing this. If the amount is less than $100, I'd let it go. Change banks if you can and if you really have to have some vengeance. "Feel like they stole my money" won't hold up in front of a judge, and disrespect, while never nice, carries no civil penalty.
Legal Question: Custody Issue?
I Gave My Husband (Who I Am Seperated From) Primary Custody Of My 2-Year Old Son Because At The Time I Did Not Have The Money To Hire A Lawyer And My Husband Had Me Cornered. I Have 50/50 Visitation, Meaning I Have Him Every Other Day/Night. I Am Seven Months Pregnant And I Want To Ensure That When The Baby Is Born That I Will Continue To See My 2-Year Old As Much As I Do Now. Do I Need To Have A Court Order To Do This Or Can I Get My Husband To Sign A Document Saying That The Situation Will Continue As It Is Now When The New Child Is Born? I Have Certainly Made My Share Of Mistakes But Want To Make Sure That Both Of My Children Lead A Fullfilling Life, And Losing Time With My Son Is A Heartbreaking Thought.
You do not say if the custody agreement that you have now has been filed with the court (which you/he would have to petition the court to change) if this is an agreement between you and him, the two of you can mutually change it. If no agreement can be made then it can be taken to court. Which the court will more than likely abide by what is already in place.
Either way the custody is only for the 2 year old.
Now your husband may move to get custody of the unborn child. But that is unlikely that he will get an order of primary custody of a newborn, unless you have some serious issues at the time of birth.
Why would he change your schedule once your child arrives??
In any case exercise your visitation rights and I wish the four of you well.
Need Legal Advice For A Divorce... Please Help Husbands An Army Soldier...?
About 6 Months Ago My Husband Came Home From His Ait Training And Out Of No Where Told Me He Thinks He Made A Mistake Of Marrying Me And Wants A Divorce... Claims He Likes The Fact That He Wasnt Tied Down To Me And The Kids In Ait And Could Party And Do Whatever With His Single Soldier Buddies.. But A Day Later Disclosed He Had Feelings For A Fellow Woman Soldier. (To My Knowledge We Were Happily Married , As A Week Before This I Was Visiting Him And We Were Happy.. And I Even Drove The Two Hours To Pick Him Up From Ait) Now He Literally Packed His Bags And Took Off For Another State In Which We Were Suppose To Move With Him, Taking Our Only Vehicle (Which Was In His Mothers Name). At The Time We Had Two Children And I Was Pregnant With Our Third (Who Is Now 4 Weeks Old). As It Stands He Is Trying To File For A No Fault Divorce Stating This Was A Mutual Agreement (Which Was Not At All) But Ive Been Told By Family This Is An At Fault Divorce In Which Could Be Called Dissertion... I Just Want To Get This Figured Out So We Can Start The Process... Is There A Way He Would Be Force To Supply Me With A Vehicle For Our Children To Get To Dr Appts... And Which Type Of Divorce Would Be Correct To File For? We Have Only Been Married For 1 Yr And 4 Months But Together 5 Years....
It really depends on what state you live in as to the "type" of divorce. For example, if you hear on the news that a famous couple has filed for divorce in California, the news always reports that the dissolution was based on "irreconcilable differences." That is a fancy way of saying "no fault," or the parties just couldn't get along. So, in California, you have irreconcilable differences, insanity, bigamy, incest, etc. Generally, it is irreconcilable differences.
Also, depending on what state you reside, only the length of your marriage is important, not how long you were "together."
In any state, your ex should be required to pay child support.
Since you have not worked during the marriage and he is "gainfully employed," you may be able to request he pay attorney fees for you. This does not necessarily mean you can afford the most expensive attorney in town; however, you may be able to pay to have an attorney assist you with the process and paperwork even if he/she is not being paid to go to Court with you. Also, many states have family law facilitators offices located at the Courthouse. Check with your local Court.
Finally, the best advice I can give you is to either do your own research or hire an attorney. Those who provide you with legal advice who aren't attorneys may cause you more headaches than you need. You need to focus on what is best for you family now -- not whether your family thinks this is desertion.
And, as an aside in response to Faith: Why should her legal advice be FREE? When was the last time you went to a doctor and either you, your insurance plan, or the state was not billed for his services. If she seeks legal counsel, some attorneys do provide a free CONSULTATION. This does not entitle a person to unending legal representation.
Where Can I Obtain Low-Income Legal Aid Assistance For A Criminal Charge In Virginia?
Independent, Part-Time College Student Wrongly Charged With Serious Felony Criminal Charge: Credit Card Theft.
Looking For Any Kind Of Legal Assistance With Financial Leeway.
Any Programs In Va Cover Criminal Charges?
Ask for a public defender, that is the only criminal legal aid.