4 Approaches To Help Your Lawyer Help You If you want an attorney at all, you have to work closely together to be able to win your case. No matter how competent they are, they're gonna need your help. Allow me to share four important strategies to help your legal team allow you to win: 1. Be Totally Honest Or Higher Your lawyers need and expect your complete cooperation - regardless of what information you're gonna reveal in their mind. Privilege means whatever you say is stored in confidence, so don't hold anything back. Your legal team should know all things in advance - most importantly information another side could find out about and surprise you with later. 2. Provide Meticulous Records Keep a regular and factual account of all information associated with your case. Whether it's witnesses or payments being made, provide your attorneys because of the data they have to enable them to win. 3. Show Up Early For Those Engagements Not be late when you're appearing before a court and get away from wasting the attorney's time, too, when you are promptly, each time. The truth is, because you may have to discuss last minute details or perhaps be extra ready for the truth you're facing, it's a great idea to arrive early. 4. Demonstrate That You May Have Your Act Together If you've been arrested for any type of crime, it's important to be able to prove to a legal court which you both regret the actions and therefore are making strides toward improving your life. As an example, if you're facing a DUI, volunteer to get a rehab program. Be sincere and included in the community the judge is presiding over. Working more closely along with your legal team increases your chances of absolute success. Try these tips, listen closely to how you're advised and ultimately, you need to win your case.
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How Do You Start Divorce Proceedings With A Spouse That You'Re Still Friends With? Do I Have To Have A Lawyer
Do you both mutually agree to the divorce? If yes, then the both of you go to an attorney or go the local Legal Research and Defense place and they have free attorneys that will place you on a waiting list and give you a divorce free of charge. a uncontested divorce is soooo much cheaper than one that is contested. (when both partners cant agree to anything then it's contested)
Just make sure that it's an uncontested divorce, if it's contested, then yeah you are gonna have to have attornies.
Modifying Shared Parenting Plan?
My Ex And I Have Shared Parenting Where We Are Both Deemed Residential Parents- We Share Our Daughter Week To Week; One Week With Dad, One Week With Me. To Avoid A Very Long Story, This Plan Has Been Effective As Of Last Year 2008 For Our 6 Year Old Daughter And I Truthfully Have Regretted Every Moment Of Agreeing To This Spp With Our Divorce. I Have Been Reading Some &Quot;Ohio Laws&Quot; For Modifying Shared Parenting Plans, But I Wasn'T Sure If Anyone Else Has Had Experience With Changing Their Plans Or Not- I Want To Get The Spp Modified Where My Ex Only Sees Her Every Other Weekend And A Day Or Two Through The Week. I Just Don'T Think A 6 Year Old Girl Should Be A Part From Her Mother Like This- And Why My Deadbeat Attorney Didn'T Fight For Me Or Why I Didn'T Just Fire The B$@$#%@#%, I Can'T Go Back, But Now I Want To Look Forward To See What I Can Do. My Ex Works Is The Kind Of Man That Could Fool A Blind Man- Meaning, People Think He'S God Because He Is In The Military (But He'S Truly A Manipulator) And I Am A Hardworking, Well Educated, Self-Supporting Mother. I Am Financially Capable Of Hiring An Attorney, But I Want To Go In Fully Prepared And Research All I Can Before I Make That Decision.
continue to do your research and also call around to different lawyers and get some advice, most first visits are free or you can do a phone consult....
Your ex might agree to a modified plan, depending on your situation?
Is the plan working out great for him and your daughter right now?
Sometimes modifying the plan could make the other parent insecure about child support, so if you approached the subject and he knew money was not a motive, that might make it easier to compromise...
I do not have experience with changing the plan and do not know anyone personally who has done this, to be able to tell you the outcome.....Good luck....:)
Might Be Getting Kicked Out, Legal Advice, Help?
So Basically My Parents Gave Me Fifteen Days To Move Out. Only Problem Is, I Recently Turned 18, I Don'T Have My High School Diploma Yet And I Can'T Find A Job. I Was Wondering If There Is Any Legal Action I Could Take To Prevent Them From Kicking Me Out, Or At Least To Tell Them I'D Be Willing To Take If They Did Kick Me Out. I'M In School And I'D Be Homeless If They Kicked Me Out, Help?!
There is no legal action to take. You are now an adult, if they no longer wish to support you they are not required to do so. The Salvation Army can direct you to a homeless shelter.
Your best course of action is to find out what you can do in order for them allow you to remain with them until you are out of high school, and then do as they require.
As as adult you no longer have any legal rights to live in any property at all without the agreement of the property owner.
How Much Does A Lawyer Cost For A Shoplifting Felony?
I Got Caught With Two Of My Other Friends Shoplifting From Sears And We Got Caught... The Amount Stolen Was Over $500... So Its Called A Felony And We Need To Get A Lawyer. Does Anybody Know How Much Would It Cost To Get An Attorney For This Case?
Felony cases are very expensive start seeing the ones that offer free consultations
Government Assistance & Custody Rights?
If You Have A Child And You'Re No Longer In A Relationship With The Father (Father Resides In Nevada, Never Married, But Signed On The Birth Certificate), You Apply For Assistance Ie: Food Stamps Out Of State (Idaho) From Which The Father Lives, Will They Come After Him For Child Care?...And Will He Gain Custody Rights?
If So, Would Those Custody Rights Force The Person To Move Back To The State In Which The Father Resides?
ANY custody or support hearings are under the jurisdiction of the child's home state. If child lived in Idaho, its entire life, all court involvement will be there. The state will file for support, if mom uses any benefits.
He does not get custody or other rights, unless he in fact FILES in court (in Idaho). He will not get CUSTODY unless there is some reason to prove mother being unfit/ harm to child. Getting food stamps does not qualify as being danger to child.
He cannot force anyone to move anywhere...unless the fact of baby lived in Nevada long enough that Nevada should have been the home state.
I Want To Know About Slip And Fall Settlements.?
I Slipped And Fell At A Mcdonalds Last January, While 28 Weeks Pregnant With My Twins. I Immediately Went And Got Checked Out, Everything Was Fine Until The Next Afternoon When I Went Into Pre Term Labor. I Ended Up Spending 4 Months In The Hospital. And I Am Still In Unbearable Pain Almost A Year Later That Confinds Me To Bed Most Of The Time. I Might Need Back Surgery Later On, And I Just Feel Depressed All The Time. The Drs Told Me It Was A Miracle That Both Of My Babies Are Okay. I Cant Remember Very Well, Because The Medication They Had To Give Me Put Me In A Phsyco Fog. Why Is My Case Taking So Long? And Im Really Curious About How Much Is A Good Amount To Settle For? Thanks.
You haven't provided enough information for anyone to even be able to tell if you have a valid complaint against McDonalds.
WHY did you fall? Just because you fell inside the business does not mean the business was negligent.
IF the business did act negligently (meaning the employees knew full good and well that the floor was wet but they still failed to put up a wet floor sign), then you have to prove they are responsible for your damages.
They would be responsible for the medical bills from the day of the fall. They would NOT automatically be responsible for you going into pre term labor, or spending four months in the hospital. Your pregnancy was considered high risk by virtue of you carrying twins. By carrying twins, your balance was compromised . . . and this was not the fault of McDonalds so a potential future jury might think your fall was as much the responsibility of your pregnancy.
Why on earth did you have to spend four month in the hospital? If you were 28 weeks with twins, and twins are usually born at 36 weeks - it seems bizarre that you would have needed to remain in the hospital for much over two months.
Again, even if you are able to prove that McDonalds acted negligently and was responsible for your fall - your case is not one I would want to take to trial because it would be a nightmare to prove your damages. Their lawyers would focus on the fact that you went to the hospital after the fall and you checked out fine. That things went south for you 24 hours later doesn't mean it was because of your fall and it will be your burden to prove differently. (This means you will spend a fortune on expert witnesses . . . and this amount would come out of your potential future recovery.)
Just based on the very little bit of information you have provided, I don't think you should expect to get all that much money.