Finding An Experienced Lawyer Irrespective of what your legal needs are you will notice that there are countless lawyers in your neighborhood that advertise that they are experts in your kind of case. This could make the process of finding one with quite a lot of experience a bit of a challenge. However, should you follow the following it will be possible to restrict your quest to the correct one in almost no time. Step one is to generate a list of the lawyers which can be listed in your neighborhood that specialize in your needs. While you are making this list you need to only include those which you have a great vibe about depending on their advertisement. After that you can narrow this list down by using a while evaluating their internet site. There you must be able to find the number of years they are practicing and a few general specifics of their success rates. At this stage your list needs to have shrunken further to the people which you felt had professional websites and an appropriate volume of experience. You ought to then take the time to search for independent reviews of each and every attorney. Be sure you read the reviews instead of just counting on their overall rating. The info inside the reviews will give you an idea of the direction they communicate with the clientele and how much time they invest into each case that they are working on. Finally, you will want to talk with at least the very last three lawyers who have the credentials you would like. This will provide you with time to really evaluate how interested they can be in representing you and your case. It is actually vital that you follow all of these steps to ensure that you hire a company that has the proper degree of experience to help you the very best outcome.
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How Should I Share The Money?
Please, I Need Honest Advice.
I Am Severely Physically Disabled, And Unable To Work.... I Am On Ssi...... I Received 10,000 Usd &Quot;Before&Quot; Applying For Ssi From My Family, And Gave It All To My Mother To Keep For Me. She Asked Me If She Could Borrow The Money And Promised To Repay In 2011. I Gave Her Permission To Use The Money..... Mom Took Full Care Of Me Until I Was Told About Ssi, Then Started Taking Care Of Myself When I Got Qualified... Mom Is A Single Mother And Has Paid My Rent For 13 Years Because We Didn'T Know There Was Such Thing As Ssi For People With Disabilities..... One Day, While Driving Her Car, Someone Collided In Me And Totaled My Mother'S Car, And I Got Permanently Injured. I Can No Longer Walk As A Result.... My Mom Got A Lawyer To Sue The People Who Crippled Me. They Decided To Pay Me Up 50K For My Injuries.
My Mother Now Wants Me To Buy Her A New Car, Since I Was The One Who Was Driving Her Car When It Got Totaled. And Mom Has Not Fulfilled Her Promise To Repaying Me Of The 10K She Borrowed From Me.
The Value Of Her Car That Got Totaled Was 7K. But Mom Wants Me To Buy Her A Brand New Car Of 25K. She Pointed Out That She Has Been Taking Full Care Of Me Since Birth, And That It Is Only Fair I Buy Her A New Car, Despite Owing Me 10K.
Should I Buy Her The Car? My Heart Says I Should Because She Deserves It, But Then Again, My Heart Also Doesn'T Think I Should. Please Help Me Out With This.
I would call the lawyer again... the car got totaled and it was not your fault.... besides paying for your injuries... the other partie's insurance is also responsible to replace the car.
Can I Fire My Probate Attorney, Without Getting In Trouble?
I Have Had A Ptobate Case Open Since October There Are Not Any Profitable Assets, I Have Asked Him Several Times To Close The Case And He Won'T, I Paid For All The Publications Now He Sent Me A Bill From February Saying I Haven'T Paid It, Why Is He Just Now Sending It? He Doesnt Respond To My Emails In A Timely Manner, And He Has Made Several Mistakes On Paper Work, What Can I Do To Get Him Off My Case Without Having To Pay Him Since He Has Not Done Anything Productive
If there are no probatable assets, why was a case filed? You can get another attorney to substitute in, but you definitely have to pay the other's bill for his time. Normally the attorney fee is a percentage of the estate value.
Help Attorney Needed?
Crackerjack Discrimination Attorney For A Kennesaw, Ga., Case Is Needed. Time Is Of The Essence. Thank You In Advance For Your Assistance.
Oh, don't you wish finding a good attorney were really this easy? Sorry, it's not.
Your phone directory probably has a yellow pages section for attorneys. If it covers a large enough area, they will probably also be broken down by specialty. Lawyers are almost as specialized as doctors these days, you know.
However, Kennesaw is probably not a very large town, and chances are there is no more than one attorney who would even be willing to accept a particular case. So if it is important that your attorney live where you do, you probably don't have many choices. Call all the attorneys in the book, and you may find one.
The more likely scenario is that you will need to go to the county seat (or is Kennesaw a county seat?), or even the state capital to find a large enough concentration of attorneys for your purposes. The good news is they tend to advertise with a good bit of information in the yellow pages, and also on the Internet.
How To Find Out Someone'S Place Of Employment? I'M An Attorney And Have Several Clients That Haven'T Paid Me?
I'M Planning On Suing Them But Am Trying To Prioritize Who To Take To Court First. I Figure It'S Best To Take The Ones That Actually Have Jobs First But I Need To Know How To Find That Out. Anyone Out There With Any Suggestions On Debt Collection?
Proceed with caution. The problem with debt collection if you're an attorney is they may turn around and claim that you committed malpractice in handling their matter. If they report you to the bar you may have to deal with an investigation. Even if their claim is frivolous, it'll be a major headache to deal with and will take time away from your practice. Next time, get a retainer up front to prevent this type of problem.
To find a place of employment, gather as much info about the person as possible to help you on your search. Do a Google search (sometimes the employer lists staff members on their websites). Also, Yahoo! actually has a free people search that sometimes shows updated employment info (go to Resources). Check with LinkedIn and other professional network places where the person's info might pop up. If all else fails, you can pay a company to do the search for you. Or better yet, just go ahead and sue them and find out the employment info during discovery. There are certain databases out there that can show employment info for a person if you have their ss# but i'm not familiar with them. Good Luck!
Power Of Attorney Re: Fraud?
My Mothers Sister Acted As Pof A, But The Document States That The P Of A Does Not Take Effect Until My Mom Was Deemed Incompetent, Which Never Happened. Now She Passed And Her Sister Is Executor And They Said Because She Is Deceased, I Cannot Challenge Their Actions Which I Consider To Be Fraud.The Attorney Handling The Situation Behind The Scene, States The Same Saying That He Is Now Only Concerned With The Estate. Can I File Criminal Or Civil Action To Uncover The Dirt?
Your mothers sister had a signed power of attorney by your mother so therefore she was suppose to act on your mothers behalf and seeing is how your mother never had the power of attorney voided she must of felt that her sister was doing everything just.
Why is it that you wish to challenge the acts of your mothers sister when she had power of attorney? this will help with an answer
Can A Juvenile File/ Higher A Lawyer To File For An Expungement?
If Someone Commited A Crime When He Was An Age Of 15, Which Resulted In A Misdemeanor For The Title Battery. Can He Still File For An Expungement Under Penal Code 1203.4A? Anyone Know?
That is the CA statute, I'm guessing?
Yes, you can file for expungement of your juvenile record under 1203.4a.
While juvenile records are sometimes sealed in CA, it is not automatic and it does not apply if the juvenile was charged as an adult. Also, expunging the conviction does not seal the record unless you also petition to have that done. Instead, the record will show a change of plea to "not guilty" and a dismissal of the charges.