Finding An Experienced Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will see that there are countless lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they focus on your type of case. This will make the entire process of finding one with a lot of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, should you follow the following you will be able to limit your research on the right one in almost no time. The first step is to produce a list of the lawyers which are listed in your area specializing in your needs. When you are making this list you should only include those which you have an excellent vibe about based upon their advertisement. You can then narrow this list down by taking some time evaluating their website. There you should be able to find just how many years they have been practicing and some general details about their success rates. At this point your list must have shrunken further to individuals which you felt had professional websites plus an appropriate amount of experience. You must then make time to lookup independent reviews of each attorney. Make sure to look at the reviews instead of just relying upon their overall rating. The info in the reviews will provide you with a solid idea of the direction they connect to their clients and the time they invest into each case they are focusing on. Finally, it is advisable to meet with no less than the final three lawyers which have the credentials you are searching for. This gives you time to truly evaluate how interested they are in representing both you and your case. It is vital that you follow all of these steps to ensure that you find a person which includes the best measure of experience to get you the best possible outcome.
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Legal Advice? Lawyer Breach Of Confidentiality?
Ok, So I Am 20 Years Old And Hired A Lawyer For A Drinking Ticket I Got. Well My Parents Hired The Same Lawyer Months Later For Something Totally Different And The Lawyer Ended Up Telling Them He Got Me Out Of A Ticket. Is That Even Legal?? I Specifically Told The Lawyer I Didn'T Want My Parents To Find Out About It Too And Now They Know! Ugh
The lawyer screwed up. Especially if you told him that you did not want your parents to know about the ticket. Tell the lawyer you are not happy about it. You could turn him in to the professional conduct board or lawyer discipline committee, but it's not going to result in much satisfaction since the catnip is out of the bag.
Is There A Prepaid Legal Service Where...?
Is There A Prepaid Legal Service Where You Can Make Monthly Payments To An Attorney In A Network, And Get So Many Speeding Tickets A Year, Where You Don'T Get Any Points For It, Just For Paying For This Service? I Heard About It On Tv.
Actually I've been using PrePaid Legal for almost 4 years now, and I have been satisfied with the service. I do not feel victim of a "scam"-- in fact, I have used the service to protect myself against a litigation claim. I have also used it many times to have legal questions answered.
The basic service gets you legal questions answered by an attorney specialized in the field of law you have questions about, preparation of a will, and document preparation/review. If you need further representation, you get a discount off the regular rates that the attorneys charge.
If you get a speeding ticket, you can consult with an attorney that specializes in traffic offenses and learn your rights and options. There is no system that stops you from getting points just for paying a service, though. In some circumstances a ticket may be reduced, or you may be able to challenge it and have the ticket dismissed.
I pay a lot less than $30 a month for it.
Question About Alimony?
If The Wife Cheats On Her Husband & They Go For A Divorce, Would He Still Have To Pay Her Alimony, Or Is It The Other Way Round?
Sorry Lad, but alimony is not determinate on fidelity. Unfortunately, it becomes a matter of whom is the main provider. Now that doesn't necessarily mean that person will pay alimony, it just means that if said person was the main provider and support of spouse they may have to pay. Each state is different with regards to economic situation.
P.S. did you have a pre-nump. that specified fidelity?
Speak to your attorney! Be sure he or she is a good one! And most of all don't let your lawyer ramrod you! Be aware of every word spoken and every paper signed by you. If you don't understand something have them explain it until you do. You pay a lot of money for their time so take advantage of it. And last but not least, big question, do you have children? This can also determine some type of alimony either to yourself or your spouse. Good luck!
Can Me And My Husband Get Custody Of My Brother?
Can Me And My Husband, Which Are 17 And 21, Get Custody Of My 7 Year Old Brother.
My Mother Is A Drug User, Even Without The Drugs She Is Not Mentally Stable To Take Care Of Him. She Has Been Staying With Other People And Has Moved 4 Times In The Past Month. She Is Now Talking About Moving To A Shelter. I Do Not Want My Brother Going, I Want Him In A Safe Household And Back In School. I Can Not Let Her Live With Me Because I Will Not Risk Loosing My Son. Is There Any Way We Can Get Custody At Least Temporary Custody Of Him.
We Live In Georgia.
certainly you can. you need to contact a family law solicitor and also social services. an inspection will be done to see if you a suitable carer. also, you need to prove your mothers addiction, possibly a photo or a needle or something. your solicitor will use this as evidence, as your brother is young he may not be used as a witness to your mothers acts and because he may love and see no wrong doing in her acts he will possibly defend making your case difficult. what you must not do is try and persuade him that his mother is a bad person, because if a custody case went to court he may say that you told him to say........making you look as bad as your mother. you also have to prove that you can be financially stable to care for him and also be able to apply effort to his school work and his own effort. make sure that both you and your husband are ready also because situations like these cause an awful lot of trouble, beleive me. I know exactly what it like, ive experienced a similar situation without drugs. i hope i was helpful to you!!
Probate Court Issues?
My Father Passed Away And Left No Will ,Estate Went Into Probate Court.We Appointed Our Brother As Executor Of Estate.There Was A Final Dispersement ,But We Believe That Our Brother Did Not Disclose A Mutual Funds Account.And Also Would Like To Know If There Would Be Some Kind Of Court Document Showing That The Case Is Closed.We Have Reason To Believe That There Is Still Payments Being Made On A 30 Year Note.My Father Passed Away In 1997 ,Is There A Statute Of Limitation In Reguards To If My Brother,Commited Fraud,Failure To Disclose Assets, Misrepresentation ?
If you really believe that fraud was committed, search and find evidence of that fraud and then make a motion to the court to reopen the estate on the grounds that fraud was committed. There may be a statute of limitations, but find out if that statute will not be applied upon discovery of fraud on the court. This is something you need a good estate attorney for. Only do this if you believe that a goodly sum was stolen that makes it worth all of the headache and heartache reopeining the case will cause.
What Is The Term For The Lawyer Person Who Defends Children In Abuse, Neglect Cases??
Guardian Ad Litem is the term for an appointed lawyer who represents the interests of a child in an abuse or neglect case. The state prosecutor is not there to represent the interests of the child; they are there to represent the interests of the state. Obviously, the attorney for the parents is there to represent the interests of the parents. This is why the court will often appoint a guardian ad litem for the child.
Edit: While Lisa is technically correct that a guardian ad litem does not have to be a lawyer, they usually are when it comes to court cases (though not always). An abuse or neglect case is against the parents or guardian who should be protecting the interest of the child, so a third party needs to be brought in.