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Finding A Seasoned Lawyer Irrespective of what your legal needs are you will recognize that there are loads of lawyers in the area that advertise they focus on your sort of case. This may make the entire process of finding one with a great deal of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, should you follow the following it will be easy to narrow down your search off to the right one out of almost no time. The first step is to generate a set of the lawyers which are listed in your town that specialize in your position. While you are making this list you should only include those which you have a good vibe about based on their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down by using a bit of time evaluating their website. There you must be able to find just how many years they are practicing and some general specifics of their success rates. At this moment your list needs to have shrunken further to individuals which you felt had professional websites and an appropriate quantity of experience. You should then take time to look up independent reviews of each attorney. Be sure you look at the reviews instead of just depending on their overall rating. The info from the reviews provides you with a solid idea of the direction they communicate with their customers and the time they invest into each case that they are focusing on. Finally, it is advisable to talk with no less than the final three lawyers who have the credentials you are interested in. This gives you enough time to really evaluate how interested these are in representing you and your case. It is imperative that you follow most of these steps to ensure that you find someone which includes the best degree of experience to obtain the best possible outcome.

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How Can I Find A Court Hearing Date?
In Riverside Ca. Family Law Court House.

.Ask the clerk of the court.If the case has any reference to you,then the court will supply this information.

(Family Law - Divorce) Which Forms Do I Need To Complete To Contest A Default?
(Family Law - Divorce) Which Forms Do I Need To Complete To Contest A Proof Of Summons Which I Was Never Served For – A Default Has Been Entered Now I Want To Contest It?

It depends on the state. You should ask at the Clerk of Court's office whether there are some forms. Default is generally very difficult to contest. You will probably need a lawyer.

Need Legal Help, Lawyer Theft?
My Mother Got Into An Accident 2 Years Ago Had To Go To The Hospital And A Few Months Of Therapy. She Has Been Represented By A Small Law Firm In Nj Were She Lives At, A Few Weeks Ago They Called Her And Told Her That Her Case Was Done And That She Needed To Go Into Their Offices. Once There They Told Her That What Little They Got Off The Case It Went To Medical And Lawyer Fees The Lawyer Representing Her Offered Her A Consolation Check On The Amount Of 2,500 Made To Her From His Personal Checking Acct Just For The Time She Had Lost. He Then Tried To Seduced Her Into Signing Some Documents That She Did Not Signed But She Said That When He Showed Her Those Papers She Saw A Lump Sump Stating $75,000 But Then He Took It Away From Her When She Said She Was Not Signing That, She Went On And Told Him That She Does Not Want Him To Write Him A Personal Check, But Rather She Would Like A Company Check Made To Her And She Wanted A Copy Of Those Documents…. He Said No And Almost Forced Her To Sing Those Documents. Then She Called Me And Told Me What Had Happened, Apparently Now They Even Had A One Of My Mom’S Friends Trying To Convince Her To Sing The Stuff And Take The Small Check! I Told Her To Hold Off And Let Me Do Some Research And See What The Deal Is… What Do You Guys Think Is Going On? Were Can I Get Help For This Type Of Problems?

A client should never feel pressured to sign.

The settlement sounds low, but it could happen. Maybe at first look they thought they could get more, but later facts where against it.

And if a lawyer had judged the case wrong, it would be reasonable for a lawyer to pay out of pocket, it could happen that way.

But almost forcing her to sign. That puts everything else into question.

How reasonable is your mother? If your mom over reacts to things, then talk to the lawyer to see what the real story is. If your mothers story is absolutely true, and he was forcing her to sign something, then you might need a new lawyer.

I'm not sure, but my feeling is that the new lawyer would tell you not to even talk to the old lawyer.

Legal Advice On Alimony In Pa?
In The State Of Pa How Is Alimony Determined? My Parents Are Divorcing And My Mother Is The One Filing. However My Father Is On Disability For 10 Years And I'M Sure He Would Go To Domestics And File For Alimony. However The Tricky Part Is That He'S Been Abusing His Prescription Drugs For 10 Years By Snorting Them And Mixing Them. If The Court Knew That Would He Still Be Awarded Alimony? Me And My Mom Left Him For A Very Good Reason Obviously. Serious Advice Only...Thank You!

This is a tough one, he does have a good case for alimony, your lawyer could better answer. Here is why your dad could and couldn't get alimony.

+Long Marriage ?
+Disability
+No Job

-Unfit father
-Possible Drug abuser? (must be proved)
-Unable to pay child support.

Seeking Some Legal Advice?
After Just Recently Starting My Own Roofing Company And Posting An Ad On Kijiji I Started To Get Calls From People Offering Me There Services In Regards To Advertising. I Seem To Be Having An Issue With One Of These So Called Adverting Companies In Particular. After A Lengthy Sales Pitch I Told Them That It Was Something I Would Be Interested In, But After Several Issues Regarding Mis-Communication And Pushy Sales People I Pretty Much Told Them To Jam It, That I Would Not Be Using There Services. I Just Received An Invoice In The Mail And After Doing So I Called To Once Again Make It Clear That I Would Not Be Using There Services, According To Them I Have A Legal Obligation. I Literally Hung Up On This Guy Three Times For Him Only To Keep Calling Me Back Threatening Me.. Where Do I Stand On This?

If you never signed anything, you aren't legally bound. It is on them to prove that you have a contract if they sue you. You need to somehow find this company's contact information and the name of the person harassing you. There is a way to find a company's "registered agent". This person can be found by searching your state's taxable entities. Write them a letter and send it certified mail with return receipt making sure to keep a copy for yourself. In this letter, you need to state that facts. State that you have received their invoice and it is in error. Ask them to produce a signed contract or some form of proof that you owe this money. State that until they produce the proper documentation stating that you entered into any contract with them, you will not be paying. Also state that until this documentation is provided to prove your debt to them, that you request that they cease contacting you. Further harassment will result in more extreme measures.

Most likely, they will turn you debt in to a debt collector or try to sue you personally for it. If you are worried about them ruining your credit with a bogus debt collection, visit an attorney for your rights. I'm not an attorney, so other than personal experience, I can't give you "advice".

Divorce And Custody Questions?
Actually Have Three Questions To Ask # 1 - I Told My Husband I Wanted A Divorce He Told Me I Could Move Out But I Couldn'T Take Our 2 Young Children (3 Yrs Old And 2Yrs Old). Can He Stop Me From Taking Them? Should I Stay Where Until I Talk To A Lawyer First? # 2 - Do Judges Usually Give Mothers Full Custody? # 3 - Can He Stop Me From Moving Out Of The Province With Our Children? We Have Been Married For 5 Years, Own A House And A Business. But I Am Not Seeking Spousal Support Or Child Support Just Want A Clean Break With Some Personal Belongs Of Mine And My Children'S

1) No he can't tell you that you can't take the children but until there is a custody order, he doesn't have to give them back to you if you ever drop them off with him...if you don't drop them off with him, a judge will frown on your behavior because they don't like seeing people play games.....they will do the same to him if he doesn't give the children back.

2) Judges don't always give mothers full custody anymore. Fathers have a lot more rights now days and it's up to the lawyers to fight for their client to see who wins. Full custody will never be taken from the mom as long if she's a good mom but the dad might get 1/2 custody, which I don't agree with but I guess that's what the courts find in the best interest of the child now days.

3) Yes he can stop you from moving out of the province. My divorce paperwork says I have to get permission to leave the state with my child...I'm assuming province means UK? I'm not sure how they do it there so maybe...it depends on what your court paperwork says, I'd ask your lawyer when you get one.


Good luck with the clean break with the children. I hope that works out for you (sarcasm). It didn't workout for me. Now I have my ex husband using my child to harass me.