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How Do You Become A Discrimination Lawyer?
Also, What Is Their Job Outlook?
You graduate from college(4 yrs $40- $50K), go to Law School (3 yrs $100-$150K) study for the state bar exam(3-4 mos), take and pass the exam, get your license then apply to all the law firms that handle discrimination law and hope that you get selected for a position paying $60-$70K p/yr. There are too many lawyers out there already!
Mediation Parenting Plan?
If The Other Party Does Not Follow The Parenting Plan Signed By The Judge, Will We Have To Go Back To Mediation?
Can I Call The Cops On Her? She Has A Lawyer Now, And She Didnt Have One When We Went To Mediation Yesterday. Now She Signed Papers Saying She Doesnt Agree To The Agreement. Apparently She Had 3 Days To Do This After Mediation Since She Didnt Have A Lawyer. I Never Heard Of This!
You haven't provided anything close to the information I would need to give you an answer.
When was the parenting plan signed by a judge? Was the mediation part of a petition to modify the original parenting plan? Were you represented by an attorney during mediation? Was this court ordered mediation? Who was supposed to present the mediation agreement to a judge for signature.
What part of what parenting plan is she failing to comply with? Why is she failing to comply with it?
It is very, very unlikely that calling the police would be the right move. If you believe she is in contempt of a signed (by a judge or court commissioner) parenting plan and you can demonstrate that she doesn't have a reason to ignore the order, then you file a motion and you ask a judge to find her in contempt. That is your appropriate remedy.
As far as mediation? This was mediation, not arbitration. If you were represented and she was not, it seems very reasonable she would have a "remorse" period to take back her agreement. Otherwise, it is entirely possible that your jurisdiction allows parties to have a 72 hour remorse period to change their minds.
Does A Power Of Attorney Override A Will?
I don't know what you mean by "override" - a power of attorney is a completely different document from a will. A power of attorney generally gives Person B authority to handle Person A's legal and financial affairs while Person A is alive but incapacitated in some way. Upon the death of Person A, the power of attorney becomes null and void and no longer gives Person B any authority over Person A's assets or affairs. A will is a document in which Person A can name who they want to be the executor of their estate *after they're dead* and directs the disposition of their assets *after they're dead*. Until Person A dies, their will has no legal effect and is just a piece of paper. There is no overlap between a power of attorney and a will so there is no way one can "override" the other.
How Do You Become A Judge? What Is The Difference Between An Attorney And A Lawyer?
I Want To Know What It Takes To Become A Judge And If You Would Have To Start Out As A Defense Attorney Or Something. And When You Are A Defense Attorney Do You Have To Defend Certain People When You Are Just Starting Out? Like I Wouldnt Want To Defend A Scumbag That I Know Is Guilty. Please Let Me Know And Personal Experiences Would Be Great.
There is no difference between an attorney or lawyer - one and the same. They are sometimes referred to as Esquire as well. Most of the people defense attorneys defend are probably guilty - if you don't like that then join the prosecutor's office. Low man on the totem pole in a law firm gets the types of cases no one else wants. Of course, there are attorneys who specialize in other fields e.g. tax attorneys, corporate attorneys, civil litigation, etc.
Some judges are elected. Federal judges are appointed for life so it's all in who you know and the reputation you've earned. Many federal judges contribute to their political party and are rewarded if their candidate wins. Some federal judges are magistrates which means that theirs is not a political appointment and they aren't guaranteed the job for life.
Is There Any Place To Get Legal Advice For Free?
I Have Decided To Leave My Home Once I Turn 18. I Will Be Moving In With My Girlfriend Who Lives In Ny, I Am Currently In Indiana. She Lives With Her Mom N Sis. They Accept Me And Are Really Nice People. My Dad Molested Me As A Kid. I Read Some Where That I Cannot Leave If I Am Still 18 And If I Do, They Can Try To Take Me Back. What Are The Legal Actions My Parents Can Take To Make Me Stay Home? Can They Call The Police And Report Me As A Missing Person If I Decide To Leave Without Telling Them( This Is The Real Thing I Am Going To Do).
Where did you read that?
You probably have a local 'Legal Aid society.
Try them for advice on your rights.
Just tell them you 'want out' ASAP.
Don't tell them you plan to sneak away.
They could be obligated to inform your parents.
I don't know Indiana Law, but generally once you're 18, you can leave.
If you're still in school, in some States, you might be required to finish High School
if your parents insist on it, but that's about all I've heard that might apply.
As to a missing person report, a letter mailed to the local police as you depart,
stating that you left of your own accord, are legally an adult, and want to sever
connections with your family, and why, should keep them off you.
(And save them wasted effort which they will appreciate.)
- You need not state your destination.)
Kentucky Juvenile Sex Offender Laws?
I Have A Family Member That Has Pled Guilty To Sex Abuse, 1St Degree In Kentucky. Th Kentucky Department Of Juvenile Justice Has Done An Assessment On Him And His Lawyer Has Had An Indepedent Assessment Done As Well. This Boy Has Never Been In Any Trouble With The Law Or In School Ever Before. Will They Just Make Him Go To Sex Offender Counseling Or Remove Him From The Home Or What??? Any Advice From Anyone Would Be Helpful. Serious Replies Only Please.
The Djj Worker On Her Recommendations It States Detention Until Placed Into Residential Treatment Program. But, Everyone Else Has Just Recommended Counseling.
Not sure about Kentucky But You don't mention his age which is a consideration,you dint mention the nature of the offense,beyond whatever Kentucky feels is 1st degree material, obviously serious... The law varies from state to state, But I am thinking of Factors (such as a 17yo M with a 14 or 15 yo f ... Point is the state is always going to suggest maximum penalties... The sad Part is This sex offender status will follow him for the rest of his life More these days then ever, even as a under aged man at the time of the incident ...