Finding A Seasoned Lawyer Whatever your legal needs are you will find that there are many lawyers in the area that advertise that they concentrate on your type of case. This could make the procedure of finding one with significant amounts of experience somewhat of a challenge. However, in the event you follow the tips below it will be possible to restrict your research off to the right one out of very little time. Step one is to make a listing of the lawyers that are listed in the area focusing on your circumstances. When you are making this list you must only include those that you have an effective vibe about according to their advertisement. Then you can narrow this list down by taking some time evaluating their internet site. There you should certainly find how many years they have been practicing plus some general specifics of their success rates. At this stage your list ought to have shrunken further to those that you felt had professional websites as well as an appropriate volume of experience. You must then take time to search for independent reviews for each attorney. Be sure you look at the reviews instead of just relying upon their overall rating. The data from the reviews provides you with an idea of the direction they interact with the clientele and how much time they invest into each case they are focusing on. Finally, it is advisable to meet with at least the past three lawyers that have the credentials you are interested in. This will give you some time to genuinely evaluate how interested these are in representing you and the case. It really is important to follow most of these steps to ensure that you find a person which includes the correct degree of experience to help you get the very best outcome.
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Child Custody Without A Lawyer....?
Has Anyone On Here Ever Filed For Custody With Out A Lawyer? My Sons Dad Doesn'T Have One Either We Just Want To Come To An Agreement. My Question Is How Difficult Is It To Do By Yourself And Who Makes It Legal? Who Do You Take The Filled Out Order To? (Specifically) Thanks.
My neighbor's daughter attempted to do so with desastrous results. Her ex showed up with a lawyer. There was something that she wasn't allowed to do because she wasn't a lawyer and therefore the judge couldn't consider it and only considered her ex's side (which was presented by his lawyer). In the end, her ex walked out with joint custody and my neighbor's daughter was ordered to pay child support to HIM.
On the other hand, my husband and his ex didn't even bother the court when they modified the court order concerning child support. They wrote down what they had both agreed to, got their signatures notarized, and that was it. No judge or lawyers were involved. Apparently, when both parties agree, you don't need a judge at all. The court gets involved when there are disputes.
Who Is The Best Divorce Lawyer In Tampa, Florida?
I Am About To File For A Divorce, So I Need One Of The Best Divorce Lawyer In Town.
Unfortunatly, best is a relative term and an attorney or firm that one person might believe is the best will not be what the next person thinks is the best. Add the fact that you are seeking a divorce which is an extremely emotional and turbulant time for all involved, and the idea of best can get skewed and mixed up in the emotional battle. In addition, one client's outcome may be exactly the same as another, but client #1 was very satisfied with the court's decision while client #2 was not. It really depends upon your expectations.
It is far better to determine what traits/qualities you are looking for in an attorney. For example, are you seeking a man or a woman attorney and are you seeking an extremely aggressive approach or a bit more laid back? I know the man and woman attorney question may be crazy, but if you are a man whose wife has filed for divorce and the wife is attempting to destroy your character in court, sometimes it can be helpful to have a female attorney to "show" the judge that not all women are "afraid" of you. Of course, this strategy also works the other way around and there are times when having an attorney of either gender may be more preferred in terms of overall strategy.
You might want to search through the attorney referral's page on DadsDivorce.com. It's the link I have provided you with below. Also, you might want to look through some of the articles there as they are a free resource for men (not just fathers) who are facing various issues surrounding divorce.
For A Debate, What Is A Good Case Supporting Insanity As A Legal Defense For Criminals?
For A Debate In My Class, I Was Given The Topic &Quot;Should Insanity Be Considered A Legal Defense&Quot; I Really Need Some Tips For The Debate, And A Specific Case That Occurred Which Will Appeal To My Audience And Specifically Their Emotions. Help!!! I Need A Real Trial That Occurred, Like A Where A Mother Possibly Killed The Murderer Of Her Child Because She Went &Quot;Mentally Ill&Quot;
The main reason 'Insanity' is a legal defence (in a nut shell) is because of the lack of the Mens-Rea (Guilty Mind.).
Think about it. If your insane then you don't really know what you are doing, this is because your mind is corrupt or influenced in some form or way.
Look at the case:
Penry v. Lynaugh
You will see in this case, the jury finally came to the conclusion that the death penalty was not sufficient and was deemed cruel because of the defendant's condition.
There is a lot of cases like this. Why don't you take a situation and make it into a case? For example, think of a popular Movie so you can get everyone intrigued and even the lay-people can understand. Like this:
What if Jigsaw out of (Saw: the films), got captured and put to trial?
Firstly, the majority would say he his mental and a sick twisted man.
A legal professional would say he might be perceived as a 'saviour' by punishing the wicked and those that don't value their lives. That he (himself) thinks of himself as a person who is helping society. Although, when you go deeper into this, the legal side is, no one deserves mutilation like this when Law is considered + lots of innocents did get hurt in the process, but because of Jigsaw's insanity of being a 'saviour', he did not take into account the innocents he was also punishing, meaning he is innocent to some extent because he did not know he was doing it. So he would defiantly be classed as insane.
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Major For Law School?
I Am Planning To Go To The U.S For My Undergrad I Want To Major In Psychology....After That I Want To Attend The Best Law School & Become A Lawyer...Is Psychology A Good Major?I Hv Heard People Say That The Major Doesnt Matter But Still...
I am an associate at an AmLaw top ten firm.
Your question is complex. Why do you want to major in psychology? If it is because you are personally interested in it, and you might do something other than go to law school, then go for it. If there's a chance you might want to go into counseling or social work, there's no reason not to major in psych. You can still get into law school -- no law school will hold a non-law related major against you when considering you for admission.
But if you know you're going to law school, and you want to major in the discipline that will be most useful to you, there's truly only one answer to your question. Major in English. Learn to read (i.e., to comprehend and analyze what you are reading). Learn to write (i.e., persuasively, objectively, technically, analytically). Assuming you know how to read and write, learn to read and write better. Concentrate on becoming the best reader and writer you can. That is what will help you as a lawyer more than anything else you might learn as a college student.
If you have an aversion to an English major, then major in philosophy. Sounds "useless" to you? Wrong. Learn to think. Learn to argue. Learn to push contradictory ideas up against each other, and evaluate them. Learn the significance of the context to that evaluation.
Do not concentrate on trying to learn substantive material that you believe will help you in law school. It won't. You will be taught all the substantive material you need while you are in law school. You don't need to understand "political science" to succeed in law school (or as a lawyer); you don't need to know a lot of "history" to succeed in law school (or as a lawyer); you don't need even need to know a lot of LAW to succeed in law school (or as a lawyer). Law school will give you what you need in those respects and, where it does not, you will gather it on your own in your practice of the law.
What you need to know before you show up at law school is how to read, write, and think. In law school, you will be taught to read, write, and think like a lawyer. You can always minor in psych.
This answer is about what you need to succeed in law school, not about what you need to gain admission. As to the latter, your major is unimportant. Approximately 90% of the admissions decision for all the top law schools is a formulaic weighted analysis of your undergraduate GPA combined with your LSAT score.
Corporate Law Firm Internship?
Just Thought That I Would Reach Out More Widely Than Just To My Local Law Firms And Ask If Anyone Works In A Large Corporate Law Firm Or Knows A Family Member Who Does Who Would Be Willing To Take In A 3Rd Year Honors Law Student For An Internship.
It depends on your grades. If you don't have straight A's, forget about getting a job as a lawyer.